Instructed by: Cynthia Kerson, PhD, QEEGD, BCN, BCB
Course abstract and Description: This introductory level course is the equivalent of a three-credit course and provides 36 hours of CE credit. The course is targeted to licensed / certified clinicians such as psychologists, counselors, physical therapists, social workers, nurses, and physicians as well as to graduate students. Students learn by watching audiovisual lectures housed on the course website, reading assignments both from materials provided and standard texts, and interacting with their instructor via email. They respond to review tests after each lecture. Students start the course whenever they wish to and proceed at their convenience. There is a two-year limit to complete the course.
The course provides sufficient material so clinicians will know (a) the psychophysiological bases of EEG recordings (b) what the common assessments and interventions are as well as how they work, (c) what common complementary interventions are, (d) how the recording devices work in a clinical setting, (d) how to perform an effective recording, and (e) how to perform effective psychophysiological assessments and interventions. The course meets all of the requirements for the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance’s neurofeedback certification course and is accredited by them for this purpose. Please note that clinicians interested in being certified in neurofeedback by the BCIA would have to meet additional mentoring and education requirements. Please see www.BCIA.org for specifics.
Note: BFE discount codes, or affiliate discount codes, cannot be applied to the purchase of this course.
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