UPCOMING BCIA WEBINAR:

June 29, 2017 - 2:00 pm EDT:
Neurofeedback Mentoring for Lyme and PAN/PANDAS


Presented by:
Rosann Capanna-Hodge, EdD, LPC, BCN

Lyme Disease and PANS/PANDAS are emerging health crises that have a far reaching impact on the field of mental health. Infectious disease can and does cause neuropsychiatric and neurocognitive symptomatology. Neurofeedback/biofeedback providers are at the front line of this crisis and need a good understanding of these diseases and how to best support their patients.

Treatments that help to calm the central nervous system, such as Neurofeedback and Biofeedback, aide in chronic disease states. This webinar will emphasize what is infection induced encephalopathy, Lyme Disease, and PANS/PANDAS, as well as review treatment protocols and supportive therapies. Treatment and protocol selection for two full case reviews will be presented.

Cost: $40. This webinar is approximately 90 minutes in length, including a Q&A portion.
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Join your colleagues August 12 - 13 in Orlando
for BSF's 12 CE credit HRV biofeedback meeting

BSF will hold its summer meeting August 12 - 13 at The Florida Hotel & Conference Center in Orlando. The program will feature Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback pioneer, Richard Gevirtz, PhD providing an in-depth exploration of the foundational science related to HRVB, and practically useful information about clinical protocols for various conditions. This is an "everything you want to know about HRVB" workshop for clinicians and researchers presented by an internationally renown expert.


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Heart rate variability biofeedback:
From basics to clinical applications


HRVB protocols for chronic pain, trauma,
anxiety, gastrointestinal disorders,
and other diagnoses

A weekend with HRVB pioneer
Richard Gevirtz, PhD
Distinguished Professor of Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology
at Alliant International University
San Diego, California

The conference will be held August 12 - 13, 2017 at The The Florida Hotel & Conference Center in Orlando, Florida. The hotel is offering a special discounted room rate for BSF conference participants of $99/night (plus taxes and fees) for registrations made by July 29, 2017.

Workshop Description

In this workshop, the physiological basis for HRV will be presented so as to promote an understanding of the various measurement issues and metrics used. A clinical assessment method will be demonstrated. Using a free software package (Kubios HRV), the various measures and their norms will be described and interpreted. Determining resonance frequency, home training, rescue techniques, and related topics will be discussed. HRVB protocols applied to clinical applications such as chronic pain, trauma, anxiety, and gastrointestinal problem, and other conditions will be discussed. PDFs of all of the slides and numerous reprints will be provided.

12 APA Approved CE Credits: This program is co-sponsored by the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB). When attended in its entirety, the program is available for 12 continuing education credits. AAPB is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. AAPB maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

Here is the WORKSHOP BROCHURE with everything you need to know about the meeting.

For at-a-glance, detailed information about the program, directions to the Florida Hotel, and to register, visit our CONFERENCE INFORMATION PAGE.


Haven't renewed your BSF membership and want to take advantage of the member discount for this workshop? RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP OR APPLY ONLINE HERE