Biofeedback Certification International Alliance
BCIA-Australia (BCIA-A) Clinical Interchange Webinars & Network Meetings information far below
In 2010, the Applied Neuroscience Society of Australasia agreed to the development of an independent body whose role would be to develop and oversee standards for certification within Australasia. It was also agreed that this new organization would be affiliated with The Biofeedback Certification International Alliance. In 2011, Biofeedback Certification International Alliance – Australia Inc (BCIA-A) was first registered in Australia and a Committee was formed. BCIA-A has an affiliate relationship with BCIA.
BCIA-A certifies individuals who meet education and training standards in Neurofeedback and progressively re-certifies those who satisfy continuing education requirements. In doing so, we strive to protect the welfare of consumers, to provide credibility to Neurofeedback Practitioners and advance in the field of neurofeedback.
· BCIA-A through its affiliation with BCIA has international recognition.
· The Applied Neuroscience Society of Australasia (ANSA) recognizes BCIA-A Certification as the standard in the field.
· BCIA-A Certification is recognized by the Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB), the Biofeedback Foundation of Europe (BFE), and the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR) as the standard in the field.
· BCIA-A Certification will be recognized by Neurofeedback Practitioners in Australia.
· BCIA-A Certification provides improved status for the field of Neurofeedback and recognition amongst peers.
TO BECOME NEUROFEEDBACK CERTIFIED, request an application pack by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and CV.
The Inaugural BCIA-Australia Clinical Interchange for Neurofeedback Practitioners was held on Saturday 24 March 2018 via Webinar & Local Network Meeting sites.
PRESENTATIONS, with thanks to:
1. Dave Siever: Treatment approaches for TBI & Alzheimers
2. Phil Watts: How I protect myself and consumers – responsible service management
3. Jon Hegg: What I am doing and how I know I am doing it (NFB Evaluation & Progress Review)
BCIA-A Clinical Interchange #2, Saturday 23rd June 2018, presentations with thanks to:
1. Michelle Aniftos: How I mentor and support learners and colleagues toward BCN certification
2. Moshe Perl: What I look for when training people who are anxious
3. Shelley Hyman: How I introduce the idea of neurofeedback to new clients
4. Kerry Leahan: How I track changes in a course of Neurotherapy
BCIA-A Clinical Interchange #3, Saturday 3rd November 2018, presentations with thanks to:
1. Moshe Perl: Neurofeedback and ASD
2. Anna Waters: ERP Evaluation of Neurofeedback in the Treatment of PTSD
3. Kerryn Coombe: How I Implement LENS Neurofeedback
BCIA-A Clinical Interchange #4, Saturday 9th February 2019, presentations with thanks to:
1. Nerida Saunders: Case Vignette with tDCS in TBI
2. Natalie Challis: LORETA Neurofeedback
3. Rivi Sela: Remote Training in Neurofeedback
In addition, the following two sessions were recorded:
· Introduction to BetterFly for Remote Neurofeedback, Rivi Sela
· Overview of BCIA-A Certification Process, Michelle Aniftos
Date Claimer: 5th BCIA-A Clinical Interchange, SUNDAY, 12noon AEST 19th May 2019
Peer Presenters needed. Please submit titles to email@example.com