BSF Continuing Education Workshop Information

The Biofeedback Society of Florida (BSF) holds two CE programs annually, typically at the end of January and late summer. Our next meeting is being planned for late August 2019 in Orlando.

BSF CE workshops are co-sponsored by Two-Point, LLC, an APA approved CE provider. As such, BSF workshop credits are APA approved. Most health care professions accept APA approved continuing education credits to meet their CE requirement.

Visit this page periodically for updates on information about our next meeting.

Topics and presenters of past BSF meetings have included:
  • Optimal health and performance (for everyone)
    through biofeedback and neurofeedback;
    Psychophysiological methods for assessment and training
    Presented by Vietta "Sue" Wilson, Ph.D.

  • BSF 40th Anniversary Meeting
    Biobehavioral Considerations in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Primary Headache Disorders:
    A clinical guide to advances in diagnosis and management of migraine, cluster, tension-type headaches, and atypical variants; and An anecdotal history of the field of biofeedback
    Presented by Steven M. Baskin, Ph.D. and Mark S. Schwartz, Ph.D.

  • Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder: A brain-based perspective--
    Connectivity, network analyses, and QEEG methods for assessment;
    Coherence training and other neurofeedback and neuromodulation approaches to treatment
    Presented by Robert Coben, Ph.D.

  • Heart rate variability biofeedback: From basics to clinical applications HRVB protocols for chronic pain, trauma, anxiety, gastrointestinal disorders, and other diagnoses
    Presented by Richard Gevirtz, Ph.D.

  • Post-concussion Syndrome, Traumatic Brain Injury, and PTSD:
    Psychophysiolgical methods for assessment and treatment
    Heart rate variability biofeedback for Post-concussion Syndrome
    Presented by Leah Lagos, PsyD, BCB
    Treating repetitive brain trauma; From the NFL to youth sports
    Presented by George Rozelle, PhD, BCN, QEEGD

  • Posttraumatic stress: Prediction, prevention,and intervention
    Practice techniques for improved outcomes - Psychophysiological
    connections; HRV, EEG, virtual reality, and other innovative protocols
    Presented by Carmen Russoniello, PhD, BCB, BCN

  • Exploring the capabilities of digital biofeedback and neurofeedback instrumentation:
    Integrating hardware, software, and clinical skills for improved efficacy
    Presented by Frank DeGregorio, DEC, Thought Technology, Ltd, Ronald Rosenthal, Ph.D., & Katherine Billiot, Psy.D.

  • Minfdulness and acceptance based biofeedback:
    Practice techniques for improved outcomes
    Presented by Inna Khazan, Ph.D., BCB

  • Fibromyalgia: Neuroplasticity gone wrong - Surface EMG (sEMG), Quantitative EEG (qEEG),
    and Stress Profiling Methods for Diagnosis and Treatment
    Presented by Stu Donaldson, Ph.D.

  • Part 1: Heart - brain connections: Neuroanatomy and the effectiveness of combined
    neurofeedback and biofeedback interventions - Part II: Concussion hits hard: Interventions for
    Post-Concussion Syndrome based on a multi-modal assessment
    Presented by Lynda Thompson, Ph.D. & Michael Thompson, M.D.

  • Essential physiology for mental health and biofeedback practitioners:
    (1) The physiology of stress, (2) Cardiopulmonary anatomy and physiology
    Presented by Jan Newman, M.D., FACS, ABIHM

  • The P300 event-related EEG potential in detection of concealed information,
    deception, criminal and terror acts, malingering, and false memories
    Presented by J. Peter Rosenfeld, Ph.D.

  • An introduction to psychoneuroimmunology: Emotions and their impact on the immune system and behavior. QEEG assessment; LORETA and Z-score neurofeedback in neuro-psychiatry
    Presented by Nick Hall, Ph.D. and Lucas Koberda, M.D., Ph.D.

  • EEG/QEEG: Understanding how neurofeedback works through EEG modeling.
    Presented by Jay Gunkelman, QEEG-D

  • Efficacy and beyond: Biofeedback and neurofeedback applications that work
    A weekend with biofeedback pioneer and teacher, Doil Montgomery, Ph.D.

  • Integrating heart rate variability (HRV) biofeedback into your clinical practice
    Presented by Fred Shaffer, Ph.D

  • Biofeedback, neurofeedback, and hypnosis as treatment for the Polytrauma Clinical Triad:
    Mild traumatic brain injury, PTSD, and pain
    Presented by Gabriel Tan, Ph.D., ABPP

  • The Polyvagal Theory: Neural mechanisms mediating the interface between social engagement behaviors and heart rate variability (HRV)
    Presented by Stephen W. Porges, Ph.D.

  • EEG assessment and intervention: Quantitative electroencephalographic (QEEG) techniques and neurophysiological symptom integration for assessment and operant conditioning of the EEG
    Presented by Leslie Sherlin, Ph.D.