Classes of Membership
Associate members: Persons who are interested in applied psychophysiology and biofeedback or related fields and who do not meet the necessary requirements for full members, including tertiary students with a student ID card. Associate Members do not have voting rights.
Members: Persons engaged in the research or practice of applied neurosciences or related fields. Full members are expected to hold an advanced university or professional level degree or certification [e.g. BCIA-A], and also be currently registered with the professional registration management board or committee within their particular discipline where it exists, or possesses advanced experience or accreditation to be equivalent to the above as judged by the ANSA Executive.
Fellow: Persons who have full membership entitlements deemed by the ANSA Executive, and confirmed by an Annual General Meeting on the grounds of their significant contribution to the Society. Such status will carry privileges as the ANSA Executive will determine in each case.
Honorary members: Persons deemed by the ANSA Executive, and confirmed by an Annual General Meeting on the grounds of their significant contribution to the field. Such status will carry privileges as the ANSA Executive will determine in each case. Honorary members may not be long standing members and/or do not pay an annual membership fee. Honorary members do not have voting rights.
Corporate members: Open to corporations supporting the Society’s aims, such as those involved in the improvement of human brain and body functioning and well-being. Corporate members do not have voting rights.
Corporate members will receive privileges as the ANSA Executive have determined and made public. For example, the Corporate Annual Fee includes:
STARTTS - NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors has established the Australian Neurofeedback Institute - www.anfi.org.au
Download flyer here, ANFI info.pdf
NB All members will abide by the Code of Conduct of the Society (See Appendix).