This certification is open to professionals who can document a BA/BS degree from clinical health care areas including, but not limited to, psychology, nursing (includes all licensed RNs), counseling, medicine, and therapy granted by a regionally-accredited academic institution (an Accredited Institution of Post-secondary Education as determined by the American Council on Education). For a complete list of accepted health care degrees, read more....
October 2017 Update - Special Education has been removed from the list of accepted degrees.
Upon completion of these requirements, you will earn the designation Board Certified in Neurofeedback or BCN™.
License for Independent Practice When treating a medical or psychological disorder, you are required to hold a current license/credential issued by the state in which you practice in a BCIA-approved health care field. Without this license/credential, you must agree to work under the supervision of an appropriately-credentialed health care professional when working with a medical or psychological disorder. This supervisor should have training and experience with neurofeedback and clinical experience with the populations and disorders being treated. This does not apply to those who work only in peak/optimal performance. For further clarification, please read this document.
International Applicants - BCIA welcomes appropriately licensed/credentialed health care professionals from any country or region outside the United States and Canada. Read more....
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