BCIA Accredited Home Study Course

Sadar Psychological and Sports Center is pleased to announce the availability of a home study course that will meet the BCIA requirements for the 36 hours of didactic training needed to obtain BCIA certification in neurofeedback.

We have gone to great lengths to ensure that this learning experience will be as meaningful and complete as possible. The segments have been professionally recorded to make sure that the video and audio quality is top rate.

The sections related to neurofeedback are presented by two psychologists with over twenty years in the field. A medical doctor working in a world-renowned brain rehabilitation center at Harvard University presents the section on Basic Neurophysiology and Neuroanatomy. Also, a pediatric neurologist and epileptologist presents the section on Psychopharmocological Considerations. This course also gives you the opportunity to learn about more than one manufacturer’s neurofeedback equipment if you choose to do so.

While taking the course you will have the ability to attend question and answer chat sessions held every two weeks, and you will become a part of a community that will have regular meetings aimed at facilitating your entrance into the field and the development of your practice.

We are enthusiastic about helping to grow this field with competent practitioners and would welcome the opportunity to help you become successful in your use of this powerful therapeutic tool.

Learn more about the BCIA Certification in Neurofeedback home study course now!

Not ready for commitment yet? Learn more about entering the field of Neurofeedback or give us a call and we will be happy to answer all your questions.

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