BCIA Accredited Neurofeedback Training and Neurofeedback Certification are Now Available Online at NewMindAcademy.com
New Mind Academy offers online BCIA accredited neurofeedback web courses for health and mental health professionals seeking to learn neurofeedback training and obtain neurofeedback certification. The New Mind Academy BCIA certification web course is unique because it offers participants several different perspectives on neurofeedback, thereby providing a balanced and comprehensive view of the entire field.
Roswell, GA (Vocus) October 28, 2010
Healthcare and mental health professionals seeking BCIA accredited neurofeedback training and BCIA certification can now learn neurofeedback online, from the convenience of their home or office at their own pace, at New Mind Academy ““ http://www.newmindacademy.com. New Mind Academy is one of the most respected and oldest BCIA accredited neurofeedback web courses on the Internet, allowing professionals to avoid lengthy workshops while obtaining several different perspectives on neurofeedback, thereby providing a balanced view of the entire field. BCIA CEs also are available. The web-based course formats include Internet-based instruction, access to key resources, as well as one-on-one and group support.
New Mind Academy’s comprehensive, interactive web course is designed to be the “how to” guide leading to BCIA certification. The course is divided into modules and participants can learn at their own pace. Students may sign into the instructor-moderated discussion group when there are questions. The web course includes the following topics: Perspectives in Neurofeedback; Learning Theory; Basic Neuroanatomy; EEG and Electrophysiology; Morphology of Waveforms; Artifacts; Montages; Instrumentation; Research and Statistics; Psychopharmacology; Intake, Evaluation, and Treatment Planning; QEEG Brain Maps; Disorders and Protocols; and Professional Ethics.
Mentoring is also available with live web-based meetings in groups ““ as well as individually – to review the issues and challenges other clinicians and mentoring practitioners are encountering. Discussions range from protocol development to the advantages of various training modalities, politics of neurofeedback as well as how to operate the office. All mentoring students have a standing invitation to come into the New Mind clinic for a day of shadowing to experience how a neurofeedback clinic operates.
“Health and mental health professionals can finally receive the highest quality BCIA Accredited Neurofeedback Training and Neurofeedback Certification from the convenience of their home or office ““ at their own pace,” said Richard Soutar, Ph.D., founder and CEO of New Mind Academy, a noted pioneer in the field of neurofeedback and former graduate-level professor of psychology and sociology. “The depth and quality of content New Mind provides to its students is unparalleled. Our web course draws upon the support of tier-one professionals from a wide variety of related fields ““ they lecture at our mentoring platforms, train in equipment use, and write our programs. Best of all, these individual experts are available to help each student overcome any barriers to achieving neurofeedback certification.”
New Mind Academy also provides unique “Lunch and Learn” sessions online twice a week, with live web meetings hosted by Dr. Soutar and invited experts in the field. These sessions involve live case reviews and neurofeedback discussions which create an excellent learning environment for students to ask questions, network with other professionals and students, and have discussions with leading seasoned professionals in the field of neurofeedback.
New Mind Academy’s web-based BCIA certification (36 hours) is $995.00 and the Mentoring Program for BCIA Certification is $1200.00. Visit http://www.newmindacademy.com for more information or to register for courses.
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