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Spainy Smith
Sep 07, 2022
In General Discussion
This innovative seminar is designed to teach clinicians biofeedback fundamentals and cutting-edge applications. This program covers all 42 hours of the BCIA Didactic Biofeedback Education requirement through powerful demonstrations of biofeedback and adjunctive procedures, imaginative hands-on lab exercises with multi-channel computerized equipment, professional multimedia presentations and comprehensive review materials. This program integrates personal hands-on training with equipment with didactic presentation. Participants will learn: The foundations of biofeedback Physiological basis and recording of surface electromyography (sEMG), temperature, electrodermal activity (EDA), respiration patterns (strain gauges and pCO2), electroencephalography (EEG), peripheral blood flow (BVP), heart rate and respiratory sinus arrhythmia (RSA) and economic biofeedback approaches (including incentive inspirometers and scales) How to identifying artifacts and determining appropriate recording How to record and interpret data How to perform a psychophysiological profile and pre and post data comparison The use of adjunctive techniques such as progressive relaxation t raining, autogenic training, imagery, guided breathing, desensitization, mindfulness training, quieting reflex. The role of home biofeedback devices such as EmWave, Unyte and GSR2 Overview of clinical and educational applications More Info : Professional Peripheral Biofeedback BCIA Program
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Spainy Smith
Sep 07, 2022
In General Discussion
Continuing Education Credit Available Health Training Seminars, a division of Biofeedback Resources International is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Health Training Seminars maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Many psychologists in the United States of America are required to take training to keep up with new developments in the field and to remind them of things that they may have learned a long time ago. There are many options for training including face to face programs, online programs, and material that psychologists can read. There are also many different topics that can be studied. As long as you have to take training you might as well make it something interesting, enjoyable, and useful. Biofeedback and neurofeedback are subjects that check all of those boxes. Psychologists tend to do a lot of talking and paperwork as a part of their routine. Some of this can become monotonous. Biofeedback and Neurofeedback introduce technology that helps the clients of psychologists to learn about themselves. It helps them to learn how to make real physiological measurable changes. They can learn to change how their body reacts to stress using biofeedback. They can train their brain to become more regulated through neurofeedback. More Info : Biofeedback and Neurofeedback Training
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