Introduction To Neurofeedback 2009 Workshop/Course

The UNT Neurotherapy Lab will be opening a graduate course* conducted concurrently with a workshop for licensed mental and medical healthcare providers who want to acquire foundation knowledge and introductory skills in EEG biofeedback (neurofeedback). The workshop/course is designed to provide introductory information on EEG biofeedback to practicing professionals who want to add neurofeedback to their counseling skills, as well as to graduate students in the behavioral sciences and education. Daily hands-on training is provided in small learning teams under the direction of an experienced neurofeedback provider.  The workshop/course will cover the 36 contact hours of blueprint knowledge required by the Biofeedback Certification Institute of America (B.C.I.A.) for certification in EEG biofeedback.

Important Note: The formal course agenda is not currently available; however, a downloadable agenda will be posted to this website as soon as it is completed. Please feel free to contact us regarding anticipated workshop training topics.

Required Reading: Since this course is being presented in an intensive format, participants will need some preparation prior to attending. It is expected that participants will have read the course text: Demos, J. (2005). Getting started with neurofeedback. New York: WW Norton.

Location: University of North Texas, Chilton Hall

Meeting Dates/Times:
January 14, 2009 (Wed) Time: 8:00am - 6:00pm
January 15, 2009 (Thu) Time: 8:00am - 6:00pm
January 16, 2009 (Fri)  Time: 8:00am - 6:00pm
January 17, 2099 (Sat) Time: 8:00am - 6:00pm

Cost: $850.00 (pre-registration) or $900.00 (late registration). All pre-registration applications should be received by December 15, 2008 to avoid a late registration fee. Payments options include check or Visa/MasterCard.

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Please contact: Chris Fisher

*Students taking this for graduate credit will have an additional class meeting later in the spring semester, to go over the exam and to complete the university's required number of classroom contact hours for a 3-credit hour course.