This course from New Mind Neurofeedback Center is presented as a web based-learning format. Each participant will have an opportunity to complete the course material at a time and pace that is convenient for him or her. The web based-learning format features online written material, hard copy articles and convenient reference lists as well as an online syllabus. The course provides an easy to follow format to complete each session with internet-based instruction and access to important resources and adjunct course material through embedded links.
Educational Objectives: The educational objectives of this course follow the outline of BCIA's core requirements that can be viewed at the BCIA website http://www.bcia.org.
It satisfies the requirement for 36 Didactic hours as outlined below.
|I||4||An Introduction to EEG Biofeedback|
|II||4||Basic Neurophysiology & Anatomy|
|III||4||Instrumentation & Electronics|
|VII||6||Developing Treatment Protocols|
|IX||2||Current Trends in Neurofeedback|
|X||2||Ethical & Professional Conduct|
Participants seeking Didactic credit to be applied toward BCIA certification are to have a bachelor’s degree or higher granted by a regionally accredited academic institution in a health care field such as: psychology, medicine, nursing, (including two-year licensed RNs), physical therapy, occupational therapy, social work, or counseling. Please visit: http://www.bcia.org web site for a complete list of approved health care fields. Credentialed special education teachers and counselors may also become certified to work in school environments. Individuals who do not hold a degree in one of the BCIA approved health care fields may be eligible for certification through a special review of credentials. Please contact BCIA for details.
Participants not seeking certification may participate if they have an interest in EEG Biofeedback as a practitioner, staff, or student with an interest in expanding their knowledge of EEG Biofeedback.
The course is ongoing and participants can enroll and work at their own pace. There is no limitation with regard to how long it takes you to complete the course. The course can be completed as quickly as you would like to go through it or you can take a couple of years. We find most successful students complete the course within a year. The tests are either pass or fail and can be retaken as many times as necessary in order to finish the course. All material required to take the tests and pass the course are contained in the course so that students can easily go back and review the information they need to know more about in order to pass a test.
A pioneer in the field of neurofeedback, Dr. Soutar has published three books on the topic of neurofeedback and conducted workshops on the various aspects of neurofeedback at conferences and clinics in the U.S and Europe. As a former professor of psychology and sociology, he has had extensive experience in teaching and training at both the undergraduate and the graduate level. He has also been working continuously over the years as a clinician, director and business administrator of various clinics around the country as well. He developed the first fully certified internet training course for neurofeedback. He has worked successfully with professional atheletes and businessmen on peak performance as well as a wide spectrum of individuals with the traditionally labeled psychological and medical disorders. He has also pioneered a wide range of clinical screening and assessment tools for neurofeedback including, the MiniQ, The MagnitudeAnalysis System, The Interactive Self Inventory, and The NPC Symptoms Checklist. He has also consulted with a variety of equipment manufacturers on the development of The MiniQ, Distance Training and Training Screen Formats as well as the portable mini neurofeedback trainer, the Bioscan ABT. Presently he is consulting on a variety of grants and research projects for the development of cybernetic interface for ALS patients, Spinal Chord Injury, and Depression. He is BCIA certified and a member of the ISNR. He is presently secretary of the Neurofeedback division of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback He has served as adjunct faculty for Arizona State University and the Maricopa Community College System. He was also co-director of neuropsychological and neurofeedback services for Health South Rehabilitation Hospital in Glendale Arizona. Dr. Soutar has worked with professional athletes, trainers, managers, medical practitioners, and psychologists to assist them in successfully achieving their performance goals. In addition he trains Md.’s, Counselors, and Professional Psychologists in neurofeedback and related technologies and does regular workshops internationally for other professionals in his field in areas of human transformation technologies, neurofeedback, and audiovisual entrainment.
Cost of the course is $995.00 and includes free access to regular lunch and learns, discounts on equipment and workshops and access to the New Mind List Serve.
|$995||EEG Biofeedback Certification Webcourse Complete (36hrs BCIA, 36hrs Psychologists)|
|$150||Module 1 An Introduction to EEG Biofeedback (4hrs BCIA, 4hrs Psychologists)|
|$150||Module 2 Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology (4hrs BCIA, 4hrs Psychologists)|
|$150||Module 3 Instrumentation & Electronics (4hrs BCIA, 4hrs Psychologists)|
|$75||Module 4 Research (2hrs BCIA, 2hrs Psychologists)|
|$75||Module 5 Psychopharmacology (2hrs BCIA, 2hrs Psychologists)|
|$150||Module 6 Patient/Client Assessment(4hrs BCIA, 4hrs Psychologists)|
|$225||Module 7 Developing Treatment Protocols (6hrs BCIA, 6hrs Psychologists)|
|$225||Module 8 Treatment Implementation (6hrs BCIA, 6hrs Psychologists)|
|$75||Module 9 Current Trends in Neurofeedback (2hrs BCIA, 2hrs Psychologists)|
|$75||Module 10 Ethical & Professional Conduct (2hrs BCIA, 2hrs Psychologists)|