All programs listed are accredited to provide 24 hours of education (plus four hours required practicum) to fulfill the didactic requirement toward BCIA Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction Biofeedback Certification.
Many of the training programs listed below are accredited by a national professional organization such as the APA. Please visit with each provider to see what accreditations each program carries if this is important to you when making your course selection.
You are required to submit a program evaluation within 30 days of the completion of the course in order to get didactic credit toward certification. All information will be summarized and shared with the specific training provider with no link to a specific person.
Behavioral Medicine Research & Training Foundation*
Port Angeles, WA
Biofeedback Training & Incontinence Solutions
Tiffany Lee MA, OTR, BCB-PMD and Jane Kaufman PT, MEd, BCB-PMD
(512) 557-6310 - www.pelvicfloorbiofeedback.com
Didactic Course: April 3 – 5 in San Marcos, TX, exam to follow on April 6
Hands on Course for Complex Cases: April 6 – 7
Didactic Course with Pediatric Emphasis: May 30 - June 1, exam to follow June 1 evening
Didactic Course: September 4 – 6 in South Burlington, VT, exam to follow on September 7
Hands on Course for Complex Cases: September 7 - 8
Debbie A. Callif, OTR, BCB-PMD
Fox Point, WI
June 18 - 21 - Treatment of Bowel, Bladder, and Pelvic Floor Disorders
June 22 - exam for pre-qualified BCIA applicants
Saybrook University - Behavioral Medicine Research & Training Foundation*
Port Angeles, WA
Section on Women's Health
American Physical Therapy Association
(800) 999-2782 (ext. 3229)
*Online courses or distance education available.
BCIA accredits education/training programs that meet our rigorous standards. Each provider is responsible for maintaining their own program. For more information, contact each company for specific details. For questions relating to certification, contact BCIA directly.