Neurofeedback in Clinical Practice
BICA-A Certified 4-Day Workshop
We are excited to offer an accredited Neurofeedback course that has been long sought by all who have attended our trainings on Neurofeedback with trauma and the EEG in clinical practice.
As leaders in the field of Neurofeedback and trauma, we have experience in working with complex and chronic cases. This course is based on our clinical expertise in using Neurofeedback as a tool for recovery in combination with other therapeutical modalities and is supported by our ongoing research.
With our experience providing Neurofeedback since 2003 as well as integrating the latest neuroscientific research, cutting-edge neuromodulation technologies, and outcome-driven psychological interventions this 4-day Neurofeedback workshop will provide you with a solid foundation in how to start your practice and support your clients.
This course is designed to provide you with the necessary basic skills and understanding to use Neurofeedback equipment and in applying eyes open neurofeedback protocols.
This course satisfies the BCIA blueprint of knowledge and will be delivered in mixture of online and face to face formats.
- Practical hands-on training, provided online and on-site
- Evidence-based Neurofeedback protocols demonstrated
- Practical tips for integrating Neurofeedback in your clinics
- Experienced and certified trainers
You will receive 36 hours of didactic education aligned with BCIA* Blueprint of Knowledge:
N.B. Aligns with *BCIA 2014 Revision
Mirjana is a PhD candidate with the Discipline of Psychiatry at the University of Sydney. Her research is focused on the examination of the mechanisms and efficacy of neurofeedback in reducing symptoms of PTSD in trauma affected refugees.
Sejla has worked as a clinician and a clinical supervisor at STARTTS since 1998 and since 2007 assisted in the development of its Neurofeedback (NF) Clinic. She is an accredited BCIA-A Neurofeedback Mentor.
Who should attend
Professionals who meet the pre-requisite educational requirements of a BA/BS minimum in a clinical health care field or equivalent.
BCIA-A accredited trainings are approved continuing professional development opportunities for health care professionals from a range of fields including, but not limited to, psychology, nursing, physiotherapy, dentistry, osteopathy, occupational therapy, chiropractic, social work, speech pathology, or medicine. Others may also participate in the workshop*.