Leaders in the field endorse this course
Prof. Juri D. Kropotov, Ph.d.
Applied Neuroscience Expert Institute of the Human Brain
We are member of the TRF Therapeuthic Alliance and have done numerous trauma-informed Neurofeedback Trainings in partership with the Trauma Research Foundation.
Meet your instructors
Angelika Y. Sadar
MA, BCN, BCB-HRV
MD, MSCR, QEEG, BCN
MD, Mc, PhD, MPH
Mitchell M. Sadar
PhD, BCN, BCB-HRV
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the requirements to qualify to take the Intro to NF course? (i.e. licensing/credentials, etc.)
This certification is open to professionals who can document a minimum of a BA/BS degree in a BCIA-approved health care field completed at a regionally accredited academic institution (an Accredited Institution of Post-secondary Education as determined by the American Council on Education). **All International applicants for BCIA certification programs, outside of the US and Canada, must carry a valid government-issued license/credential that regulates clinical health care practice. For additional information, please see our International Welcome tab.**
BCIA-approved health care fields include psychology, medicine, nursing (including two-year registered nurses with license, not LVNs or LPNs), physical therapy, occupational therapy, social work, counseling, marriage family therapy, rehabilitation, chiropractic, recreational therapy, physician's assistant (with certification or license), exercise physiology, speech pathology, and sports medicine. The following fields require a master’s degree: music therapy and counseling education (MEd in counseling).
Are you attending from outside the United States of America?
If you are outside the United States of America, please call/whatsapp +1-610564-1704 or email [email protected] so we can review your special circumstances. You may qualify for an international rate.
Are there any special considerations, needs, equipment, etc. that I need to be aware of in order to participate in this course?
- Reliable Internet Access
- Loaner equipment is offered through BeeMedic for the duration of the didactic portion of the course. (BeeMedic requires a Windows Operating System. For more details, contact BeeMedic.) BeeMedic will provide a loaner laptop if your computer is not compatible.
- Running a NF session requires a monitor associated with the computer plus a second monitor. The second monitor is not part of the loaner program
- Equipment is shipped to students from BeeMedic in time for the first practicum training session. BeeMedic will also provide assistance with setup.
- Equipment is available for the US and Canada and on a case by case basis for countries elsewhere.
What is the difference between didactic training and full BCIA certification?
The Introduction to Neurofeedback Certification Course is one part of the BCIA Board Certification requirements and fulfills the didactic portion of the BCIA certification requirements
I am a university student pursuing a degree in a medical or mental health field. Can I take this course?
We are happy to have students pursuing a clinical degree interested in joining the course! Some things to be aware of:
- You must be licensed to purchase NF equipment.
- Beemedic is able to loan equipment to students for the duration of the practicum section of the course. Following the didactic portion, you will need to return the loaner equipment and consider if you want to rent or buy equipment to continue with your training.
- A "work around" for students who seek to purchase equipment is to have a licensed provider accept responsibility for the purchase and use of equipment. This would be coordinated with the equipment vendor
- BCIA ([email protected]) is a good resource for inquiring if your field of study and/or current status allows you to engage in the practice of NF clinically.
- There are unlicensed people who work with NF (ie. for peak performance). Still, there are regulations regarding the purchase of equipment, as the equipment is FDA cleared.
Will I be able to start practicing NF after completing this course, or are there additional requirements?
This course will provide you with basic knowledge so you can begin to “practice” neurofeedback on yourself and non - clients such as family members and friends. We strongly recommend that following the introductory course, you should pursue mentoring and further training/course work as you begin to train select clients/patients.
I want to learn more about the NF program and the BCIA Board Certification process, including what additional costs are involved.
Introduction to Neurofeedback course+ BCIA Board Certification Requirements Cost & Income Estimates:
- Intro to NF Program: $1,450
- Mentoring: (19 hours required beyond what if offered with the course): $2,375.00
- BCIA application and certification fees: approx. $450
- Equipment: $7,000.00 - $10,000.00
- Cost for the required Neuroanatomy course varies
- Total: (approx.) $ $11, 275 to 14,275
Income - based on charging $25 more per session than your usual fee:
- 10 sessions/week $250.00
- 40 weeks/year $10,000.00
Does this course meet the requirements for BCIA Board Certification in Neurofeedback?
The Introduction to Neurofeedback program includes several elements that qualify for BCIA board certification but not all. It also includes many components that are not included in other BCIA NF courses that are provided in the form of supplemental materials and videos.
The items in Bold below can be applied to BCIA Board Certification.
The items in Red below are required for BCIA Board Certification and are not included in the Introduction to Neurofeedback Course
Introduction to Neurofeedback certification course includes:
- 36 hour professionally recorded video course - access for 6 months- this meets the requirements for the BCIA Blueprint of Knowledge.
- 10 hours of community meetings - live via zoom
- 6 hours of practicum training to learn how to use the equipment - live via zoom
- Loaner equipment from BeeLab provided during the course practicum
- Supplemental Videos in course to enhance your learning
- 3 case studies - qualify towards BCIA Board Certification - recorded
- 1 individual mentoring session - individually scheduled via zoom
BCIA Board Certification requirements not included in Introduction to Neurofeedback course:
- BCIA Approved neuroanatomy course
- 19 individual mentoring sessions
- BCIA test
- BCIA application
What type of equipment is used in the course?
This course does not endorse any specific equipment manufacturer, however The Sadar Psychological Virtual BCIA course includes a loan of BeeLab from BeeMedic during the practicum sessions of the course (see website for practicum dates). However, we are happy to include practitioners who already have other equipment as the course focuses on learning how to do neurofeedback regardless of specific equipment. Once the basics of neurofeedback are learned, any FDA cleared NF equipment can be used.
How (and when) do I get signed up for loaner equipment?
After the course registration is closed, BeeMedic is provided with a list of course enrollees. BeeMedic will reach the course enrollees to offer loaner equipment, which will be shipped so that it can be installed for you before the first practicum session (see website for practicum dates). Please note that you will need a computer that supports the software (not compatible with MAC), or BeeMedic will loan you a laptop as well. The contract with BeeMedic will specify when the equipment must be returned, which will be shortly after the last practicum session. You will then need to consider whether you wish to rent or buy equipment (from BeeMedic or other manufacturers) to continue your training.
What are the equipment costs involved (during and after the course)?
This depends on the equipment you select. The basic equipment (sensors, amplifier, software, technical support) costs between $4000 and $10,000. This does not include the cost of a computer and/or monitor. When purchasing equipment, you need to consider if you just want the basics or if you want a system that offers more channels, alpha-theta training, coherence training, etc. Some manufacturers offer a basic system and others allow you to purchase a basic system that you can build on. This is discussed in the course. Please refer to the equipment manufacturers/distributors for more information.
How do I get set up with a mentor?
If you are pursuing BCIA board certification, you are required to complete 25 contact hours with a BCIA approved mentor.
Your course registration includes your first mentoring session with your choice of Angelika or Mitch, at no additional cost (value $150). Additional mentoring sessions with any of the Sadar Psychological mentors are available at a discounted rate of $125 for registered students.
If you are pursuing BCIA Certification we recommend:
- That you schedule your first mentoring with Mitch or Angelika after the first live Q&A session, as we find that lots of initial questions are addressed in this meeting. Many people like to wait until they are ready to begin training on equipment (following Section VIII) to schedule their first mentoring session.
- That you have more than one mentor as you complete your certification. This way you will be exposed to a variety of approaches as you develop your particular approach to doing neurofeedback. All of our mentors are BCIA approved. To schedule a mentoring session, please reach Kristin at [email protected]. She will provide you with complete details regarding mentoring with Mitch, Angelika, or any of the other Sadar Psychological mentors.
Community Meetings & Practicums
Where is the schedule for live sessions (cohorts, case studies, practicums)?
The live Cohort session schedule is located in the first section of the course (Getting Started) within the lesson titled “Zoom Link for Meetings). It is also on the website.
Where do I find the Zoom link for the live sessions?
The links are located in the first section of the course (Getting Started) within the lesson titled “Zoom Link for Meetings). You will also receive an email reminder with the links prior to scheduled live sessions.
Where do I find recordings from the live meetings?
Recordings are posted in the course below the Supplemental Documents section (titled according to type of session, i.e. Spring Cohort, Case Study, etc.). The recordings from live meetings are posted within 3-4 business days of the session
What is the process and requirements for participation in the practicums?
The practicums are included in the Intro to NF course. The schedule is posted on the website and in the “Getting Started” section of the course along with the Zoom meeting links. Live participation is strongly encouraged.
General Course Questions
How long do I have access to the course?
You have access to the online course material for 6 month from the date of purchase (or through the duration of the current cohort you enrolled in). If you need additional time to complete the course beyond that period, you have the option to extend access for three months for a $75 fee. Click here to purchase a course extension.
There is a lot of material to cover in this course. How do you recommend I pace myself throughout the course?
Ideally, at a minimum, you want to review the relevant course materials prior to scheduled community meetings. We recommend that you allot a minimum of 4 hours per week to review the core materials based on the sections being covered in the meetings. (I.e. prior to the first meeting, you should complete Section I: Orientation to Neurofeedback & Section II: Basic Neurophysiology & Neuroanatomy). As you progress further in the course, you will need to allot additional time for practice NF sessions.
Where can I get access to the Neurofeedback Log that is in the Supplemental Documents section?
When you begin mentoring, you will be provided with a personal copy of the NF log.
Where can I get access to the van Deusen, ADHD, and Amen forms?
Samples of these forms are available in the Sample Forms Manual located in the “Getting Started” section of the course, however the Amen, van Deusen and Clinical ADHD Questionnaire are electronically scored. To have them scored and analyzed to help determine brain functions that are strained (as reported by the client), you can establish an account with HBImed or Sadar and they will provide the report which includes these assessments for $50. To set up an account either way, reach [email protected]
How do I get help with problems in the course?
- If you have questions about technical issues or navigating the course platform, please email [email protected]
- If you have questions about the content, lectures, or equipment, please email [email protected]
- If you would like to schedule a mentoring appointment with Mitch or Angelika, please email [email protected]. Your first mentoring session is complementary and can be scheduled at any time. We recommend that you wait until you have reached the Patient/Client Assessment Section of the course before scheduling your first mentoring session, but you can schedule before that if you like.
- If you have questions about BCIA certification requirements, please email [email protected]
I am unable to download the PDF documents in the course. My browser states that the connection is not private.
The course platform, Thinkific, is a secure website. If you are having difficulties with downloading:
- Try a different browser
- Check the privacy settings in your browser and adjust to allow for downloads
- Check with your IT department as there may be firewall settings that prevent external downloads
I have some suggestions for course improvements. Where should I send them?
Please send any suggestions to [email protected]. All suggestions will be taken to our committee for consideration in future updates to the course.
Certificates and Continuing Education
How do I get my CE Certificate?
Once you have completed all ten sections of the online course, proceed to section XI for instructions on how to get your certificate that indicates completion of
the BCIA approved course and to receive APA CEs.
How do I get my BCIA certificate?
Once you have completed all ten sections of the course, proceed to Section XI under “What’s Next” for instructions on how to get your certificate.
Read what people are saying about our program
Angelika Y. Sadar, MA, BCN, BCB-HRV is a licensed psychologist who is board certified in neurofeedback and heart rate variability and is a BCIA approved mentor in neurofeedback. She has been in private practice in the greater Philadelphia area since 1985. Her work over the years has involved all age groups and clinical presentations. She is a treatment coordinator at Sadar Psychological and is a nationally recognized speaker providing education and offering training to other professionals in neurofeedback, biofeedback, and hypnosis. In 2018 she was invited to be part of BrainARC Switzerland and began developing evaluations protocols based on the research of HBImed, Switzerland. Presently, her clinical focus is on patients with complex/comorbid presentations and consulting with other psychologists, medical practitioners and other clinicians regarding EEG, neurofeedback and practice development. She is the executive director of the Northeast Region Biofeedback Society and a board member at large of The Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.
Mitchell Sadar, Ph.D., BCN,BCB-HRV is a licensed psychologist who was the director of a Pennsylvania Correctional Institution’s inpatient program for over 15 years. In 1999 he was trained in neurofeedback and tried to bring this modality to the correctional population, but his attempts were not accepted by the Department of Corrections. He then resolved to dedicate his work to biofeedback and developed his private practice. Since 2015 he has been the president of the Northeast Region Biofeedback Society. His background in neuropsychology readily lent itself to learning how the EEG can facilitate neurofeedback training. In 2018, along with his practitioner wife, Angelika Sadar, he was invited to be part of BrainARC Switzerland and began developing evaluations and protocols based on the research of HBImed, Switzerland. Since that time, he has focused on developing assessments that include an analysis of EEG and ERPs to help to guide biofeedback/neurofeedback protocols but also include recommendations regarding psychotherapy and lifestyle changes.
Robert “Rusty” P Turner, MD, MSCR, BCN, qEEG-D is the owner and CEO of Network Neurology in Charleston, South Carolina. He began this new endeavor with more than 16 years of faithful clinical work, teaching, and research at MUSC. He is a member of the Roper-St Francis Hospital System and an Associate Researcher with the MIND Research Institute in Irvine, California.
Dr. Turner maintains a full-time clinical, teaching, and neurophysiology practice with patients referred from throughout the southeastern regions of the United States. While working full time work at MUSC since 1997, he obtained a Master’s of Science degree in Clinical Research (epidemiology and biostatistics) in 2003 through the MUSC College of Graduate Studies.
He has since then been actively involved in ongoing clinical research with collaborative studies in non-invasive neurostimulation and neuromodulation techniques, as well as advanced techniques of EEG source analysis.
Dr. Leon Morales-Quezada M.D., MSc, mPH, Ph.D., BCN is a physician-scientist with experience in neurocognitive rehabilitation, noninvasive neuromodulation, applied psychophysiology, and technology development for neurological rehabilitation. Dr. Morales-Quezada received his MD degree from Universidad Autonoma de Aguascalientes and completed clinical training in emergency medicine and intensive care. He also completed a fellowship and Masters in Neuropsychology Rehabilitation at Touro College, a PhD in Cognitive Neurosciences from De Montfort University in Leicester UK, and a Master’s in Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health.
Dr. Morales-Quezada was awarded with the prestigious Fellowship in Integrative Medicine from the Harvard-NIH program, Division of General Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and the Nacional Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. He is currently a Research Faculty from Spaulding Rehabilitation Research Institute and fellow from the Ellen R. and Melvin J. Gordon Center for the Cure and Treatment of Paralysis. Dr. Morales-Quezada research interests focus on noninvasive neuromodulation, the placebo effect, and technology development applied in rehabilitation and behavioral medicine.
The Biofeedback Certification International Alliance
Blueprint of Knowledge Statements for Board Certification in Neurofeedback
The provider certified in Neurofeedback will have knowledge of:
I. Orientation to Neurofeedback – 4 hours
- Definition of Neurofeedback (EEG Biofeedback) Neurofeedback is employed to modify the electrical activity of the CNS including EEG, event related potentials, slow cortical potentials and other electrical activity either of subcortical or cortical origin. Neurofeedback is a specialized application of biofeedback of brainwave data in an operant conditioning paradigm. The method is used to treat clinical conditions as well as to enhance performance.
- History and Development of Neurofeedback
- Pioneers in EEG and Neurofeedback (e.g., Caton, Berger, Adrian, Kamiya, others)
- Discuss highlights of the seminal studies in Neurofeedback (e.g., Sterman 1968, 2000, Lubar 1976, Birbaumer 1982, others)
- Overview of principles of human learning as they apply to neurofeedback
- Learning theory (e.g. habituation, classical and operant conditioning, discrimination, shaping, generalization and )
- Application of learning principles to Neurofeedback (e.g., generalization to the life situation, discrimination training, length and number of sessions, )
- Assumptions underlying Neurofeedback:
- Concepts of feedback and control in biological systems.
- Basic psychophysiology of stress and attention
II. Basic Neurophysiology & Neuroanatomy – 4 hours
- Bioelectric origin and functional correlates of EEG (pyramidal cell and dipole activity, resonance and synchrony, etc.)
- Definition of ERPs and
- Relationship of post-synaptic potentials and action potentials to EEG
- Neuroplasticity (e.g. LTD, LTP)
- Functional Neuroanatomy
- Basic neuroanatomy of ascending sensory pathways to cortex
- Thalamic, cortical, and subcortical generators of
- General cortical and subcortical
- Major functions of cortical lobes and major subcortical structures and Brodmann
- Overview of connectivity, phase, and coherence concepts related to EEG networks and tracts (e.g. default network, nodes & )
III. Instrumentation & Electronics – 4 hours
- Essential Terms & Concepts
Basic metrics and terminology in electronics and instrumentation such as, impedance, differential amplifier principles, analog and digital filters, basic electrical terms (e.g. AC, DC, sine waves, volume conduction, Nyquist principle, gain, Fourier transform, low/high bandpass and notch filters, etc.), and common mode rejection
- Signal Acquisition
- 10-20 International Standard measurement and nomenclature for 19 recording sites, both classical and modified
- Comparison of QEEG to other neuroimaging techniques (e.g. PET, fMRI, CT, MEG, SPECT, )
- Use of limited number of electrodes (fewer than 19).
- Montage options and their characteristics
- Recognizing and correcting signals of noncerebral origin, such as but not limited to:
- Cardiac (pulse)
- Sweat (skin impedance)
- Cable sway
- 60 Hz (grounding)
- Electrode “pop”
- Recognizing normal EEG patterns
- posterior dominant rhythm
- difference between eyes open and eyes closed resting conditions (e.g. posterior alpha attenuation)
- developmental aspects of EEG
- diurnal influences on EEG
- Evaluation of subject variables during acquisition
- medication/drug/alcohol effects
- physical relaxation
- eyes closed/eyes open/anxiety
- Signal Processing
- Analog, raw EEG
- Basic signal measurement terms (e.g. amplitude, magnitude, power, Hz)
- Filtering methods and subjective characteristics of frequency bands (delta, theta, alpha, beta, gamma)
- Waveform morphology
- Source localization (LORETA inverse solution, Laplacian analysis)
- Clinically significant raw EEG waveforms (e.g. Mu, spike & wave, SMR, sleep spindles, )
- Aseptic Techniques
- Client and trainer hygiene
- Equipment sterilization
- Cross contamination
- Instrumentation Demonstration Client preparation, basic set-up and operation of EEG equipment, proper
electrode attachment and location of 10-20 sites, elimination of artifact from EEG recording, recognition of spike/wave activity in the raw EEG, etc.
IV. Research Evidence Base for Neurofeedback – 2 hours
- Interpretation of the methodological and statistical criteria and procedures for determining levels of efficacy and effectiveness of neurofeedback, as outlined in the Template for Developing Guidelines for the Evaluation of Clinical Efficacy of Psychophysiological Interventions and Evidence- Based Practice in Biofeedback &
- Key research studies establishing current efficacy levels of major applications of Neurofeedback (e.g., ADHD, Substance Abuse, Optimal Performance, )
V. Psychopharmacological Considerations – 2 hours
- Potential effects of prescribed and non- prescribed drugs on clinical
- Potential effects of prescribed and non- prescribed drugs on EEG
- Potential effects of different drugs on neurofeedback assessment and training
VI. Patient/Client Assessment – 4 hours
- Intake Assessment
- The client’s presenting symptoms and goals, medical and psychological conditions, medications, psychosocial and family history, and relevant biographical information,
- Pre and post-treatment assessments such as neuropsychological tests, continuous performance tests, EEG/QEEG, appropriate to your practice and
- EEG Assessment
- Standardized EEG Assessments (1 or 2-channel baselines)
- Overview of QEEG – 19-channel QEEG or an abbreviated Q
- Reading topographical displays (brain maps) and connectivity/coherence displays
- Normative Databases
- common properties
- how they are used
- Recognizing common normal and abnormal patterns in the EEG (e.g., posterior alpha blocking with eyes open; excessive high frequency beta in alcoholism and anxiety; high frontocentral theta to beta ratio in ADHD, )
- Ongoing Assessment
- Methods of periodic objective evaluation of patient/client progress
- Adjusting and evaluating treatment procedures to improve outcome
- Assessment Demonstration
Perform a basic EEG assessment, an abbreviated Q recording and/or attaching electrode cap and completing an abbreviated Q or 19-channel QEEG recording
VII. Developing Treatment Protocols – 6 hours
- Evolution of neurofeedback protocols Early protocols based on published studies
(e.g.,Peniston Protocol and revised Peniston
Protocols for alcoholism/PTSD, Theta/Beta protocol for ADHD, SMR protocol for epilepsy, etc.)
- Protocols based on results of EEG analysis and psychometric assessments
- Selecting a treatment model: standard (researched) protocols, QEEG-based amplitude and coherence/connectivity training, z-score training, LORETA z-score training, source localization training, SCP methods,
- Steps in protocol development and treatment planning using one or more of the treatment models
- Demonstration and case example exercises for practice using steps/decision tree for applying client assessment data to neurofeedback protocol selection and treatment/training planning
VIII. Treatment Implementation – 6 hours
- Client preparation for neurofeedback (e.g., orientation to neurofeedback and procedures; pre-training methods – respiration training, relaxation methods such as progressive relaxation, autogenic suggestions, HRV biofeedback, )
- Therapeutic relationship, coaching, and reinforcement strategies
- Procedures and mechanics of conducting a neurofeedback session
- Monitoring client reaction to treatment (e.g., use of pre-session questionnaires, )
- Obtaining clean EEG data (e.g., proper electrode attachment, impedance, artifact elimination, )
- Selecting appropriate electrode montages
- Setting thresholds for amplitude training
- Monitoring client progress (e.g., identifying drowsiness, revising protocols and moving to new sites, medication issues, identifying contraindications to treatment and adverse reactions, reading/interpreting session reports/graphs, )
- Introduction to Alpha-Theta Training
- Applications (e.g., to over arousal conditions: anxiety, alcoholism, PTSD, etc.)
- Indicators for using revised or original Peniston Protocol
- Issues related to alpha-theta crossovers, emotional abreactions,
- Psychotherapeutic skills and additional training beyond Introductory level course required for Alpha-Theta practitioners
- Guidelines and Cautions for Remote Training – refer to the ISNR Guidelines
- Full Neurofeedback Session
IX. Current Trends in Neurofeedback – 2 hours
- Identify current trends such as z-score training, LORETA z-Score training,
- Combining neurofeedback with other modalities (e.g., HRV, respiration, HEG, neuromodulation systems, etc.)
X. Ethical & Professional Conduct – 2 hours
- Ethical and Legal Practice
Familiarity with the BCIA Certification Guidelines, Professional Standards and Ethical Principles of Biofeedback, ISNR Practice Guidelines for Neurofeedback and ISNR Code of Ethics, and the practice guidelines of one’s primary profession
- Experimental vs. commonly accepted neurofeedback treatment
- Advertising, marketing of services, and public statements
- Continuing education and training
- Clinical Practice
When treating a medical or psychological disorder, one is required to carry a valid
state-issued health care license from a BCIA- approved health care field or agree to work under supervision.
- Scope of Practice
Neurofeedback services should be limited to the practice standards and guidelines of one’s license or the license of their supervisor and also to those areas where one has:
- Sufficient training (e.g., alpha/theta)
- Familiarity with the client population and disorders (e.g., age, diagnosis, )
- Client rights
- Privacy, confidentiality, and privileged communication
- Informed consent to assessment and treatment, treatment contract apprising of possible adverse effects
- Accepting clients, abandonment, and appropriate referral
- Equal access to health care
- HIPAA compliance
- Appropriate consultation and supervision in neurofeedback;
- Purposes and process of supervision and consultation
- Purposes and process of mentoring
- Professional relationships
- Dual relationships
- Conflicts of interest and exploitation of clients
- Consultation, referral, and relationships with other professionals
- Medical and medication monitoring
- Procedures for dealing with unethical behavior and consumer complaints
Total: 36 hours
Why choose Sadar Psychological and Sports Center for this course?
There is rapidly growing interest in the field of neurofeedback and more clinicians are bringing neurofeedback into their treatment repertoires to meet their patients’ needs. Sadar Psychological and Sports Center is at the forefront of training clinicians and connecting them with resources to bring neurofeedback into their practice. With that same commitment to providing clinicians with opportunities for professional enrichment and recognition of the growing demand for robust training programs, Sadar Psychological created a comprehensive online course to help you become a certified neurofeedback practitioner. We dedicated ourselves to developing an accessible curriculum suitable for any clinician interested in advancing their therapeutic skillset.
We invite you to join our online program to become a BCIA certified neurofeedback practitioner. Together we will grow our community and your practice – and help your patients feel better.
Don’t miss the chance to become a
Certified Neurofeedback practitioner at your own pace!
Includes bi-weekly study group led by seasoned neurofeedback practitioners
In compliance with APA standards, this program ensures an environment which encourages and respects diverse and divergent viewpoints, encourages learners to share their experiences and views, even if they are not fully consistent with those of the presenter The program also seeks to create an atmosphere of inclusion and respect and facilitates interactions which reflect respect for differing viewpoints We seek to Include program material and content which emphasize and include diversity in the populations served as well as in the learning group and that ensures that the program is accessible for all participants according to ADA guidelines. Presenters facilitate experiential learning which allows learners to process information and make connections that facilitate deep learning and include a focus on different circumstances that may vary within and between geographic and ethnic groups.
There is no commercial support for this program nor are there any relationships between Sadar Psychological, the presenter, program content, research, grants, or other funding that could reasonably be construed as conflicts of interest.
The views of the presenters are theirs and do not necessarily represent a position by Sadar Psychological. Sadar Psychological is committed to accessibility and non-discrimination in their continuing education activities. Sadar Psychological is also committed to conducting all activities in conformity with the American Psychological Association’s Ethical Principles for Psychologists. Participants are asked to be aware of the need for privacy and confidentiality throughout the program. If program content becomes stressful, participants are encouraged to process these feelings during discussion periods. If participants have special needs, we will attempt to accommodate them in accordance with ADA requirements. Please address questions, concerns, and any complaints to [email protected]
It is the responsibility of every attendee to abide by the standards set forth in the APA Code of Ethics for maintaining security and confidentiality of any test materials and proprietary information presented as part of this continuing education program. Any materials used as part of this program may not be copied or otherwise distributed, and no proprietary information will be disclosed by attendees to any person not registered for this program.
The content of this presentation will include assessment measures that help assess brain function to be utilized in determining treatment interventions. When applied and used according to psychological ethics and practice guidelines, within the scope of expertise of the practicing psychologist, the methods taught do not pose any risks. The information presented reference peer reviewed research that addresses both the utility and limitations of the methods presented.