FAQs

Who Are Our Courses For?

Clinicians, Educators, & Coaches.
We do not offer training directly to patients.

Which courses should I take for BCIA Certification? 

If you have not had a college level course in anatomy & physiology, you need to take one. Our’s is designed to provide the information people need to perform behavioral interventions.

1. For general biofeedback certification: Take general biofeedback.

2. For neurofeedback: Take EEG Biofeedback A & I.

3. For  urinary incontinence / pelvic floor: Take Intro to behav interventions for pelvic floor disorders.

 

Can I Get CE’s?
YES! Our courses offer between 35 and 50 CE’s. Our  CE courses are approved / accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) and California’s Boards of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, and (for most) BCIA.

How Do I Know These are Quality Courses?
Our Programs, Courses and Instructors are independently evaluated by state and national organizations, such as BCIA and APA so you can be assured of a top notch experience.

Are our Courses Approved by BCIA?
YES! We provide the required training for certification in general biofeedback, EEG biofeedback / neurofeedback, and pelvic floor disorders. You can also use our courses for recertification.

What Education Level Are Our Courses Set At?
Postgraduate (Masters and Doctorate level).
Note that these are difficult courses. They require about the same amount of time, work, and effort as any three credit graduate science class.

How Do I Take (sign-up for / register for) a Course?
These are distance education courses. Just purchase the course here at our web site and use our secure ordering site to pay by credit card or check in US funds. You can start when you wish to and work at your own pace.

What Are Classes Like? 
The courses are very similar to “in-person” courses except that you communicate with your instructor via phone or e-mail. We make sure every student gets personal attention from instructors with decades of experience. You receive CDs containing audiovisual lectures, reading material files, movies, etc. You start the class when you are ready and work at your own pace. For most courses you also read a required text. After you attend each lecture, you answer a set of short essay questions and e-mail them to your instructor. You and your instructor communicate by e-mail or phone to go over any questions you have and to add additional information you may want.