The following programs are accredited to provide 36 hours of education to fulfill the BCIA Neurofeedback Certification didactic requirement.
Behavioral Medicine, Research & Training Foundation
in cooperation with Saybrook University
Port Angeles, WA
also offers course work in general biofeedback, anatomy/physiology, and neuroanatomy/physiology
This is built on the 2014 neurofeedback blueprint and is offered per rubric, either live or recorded presentation.
Currently available are: Rubric II Functional Neuroanatomy, Rubric IV Research, Rubric V Psychopharmacology.
Coming soon is Rubric IX Current Trends.
Neurofeedback of Southern Vermont - John Demos
offers 32 hours of didactic course work in a Live Webcast format (online training)
the 4 hours of ethics are the responsibility of the student
New Mind Neurofeedback
*distance education or face to face format