BCIA Neurofeedback Certification Program*
Distance Learning Modules/Self-Paced Learning
*This didactic education program is accredited by BCIA
Introductory to intermediate level
Cynthia Kerson, PhD, QEEGD, BCN, BCB Cynthia Kerson is the founder, COO and director of education for APEd. She maintained a neurofeedback practice in the San Francisco area where she specialized in neurofeedback training for learning disabilities, pain, depression and anxiety for 20 years. She serves on the Board of the Foundation for Neurofeedback and Neuromodulation Research (FNNR), Behavioral Medicine Research and Training Foundation (BMRTF) and Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB) and has had many other leadership roles in the field.
Dr. Kerson has published several papers and articles, and co-edited the Alpha Theta Handbook (2016). She is a mentor for BCIA and QEEGCB. She frequently presents at meetings on neurofeedback and the research projects of the FNNR. In addition to her more academic pursuits, she frequently consults with the media, contributing her expertise to television, including serving as the ‘EEG expert’ for the popular program MythBusters.
These courses can be purchased individually
or all together at a discount of $5/each for 4 or more.
This module provides the 2 hours of learning necessary for ethics and professional conduct, covering ethical and legal practice, clinical practice, scope of practice, client rights, supervision and professional relationships.
This module provides the 4 hours of learning necessary for neuroanatomy and physiology, covering neurophysiology and functional neuroanatomy.,
This module provides the 2 hours of learning necessary for the research evidence base, covering interpretation of methodology and key research studies.
This module provides the 2 hours of psychopharmacological considerations, covering potential effects on clinical presentation, EEG measures and assessment and training.