UPCOMING EVENTS

BCIA'S WEBINAR SERIES

CLINICAL UPDATE SERIES

October 5, 2018
How do You Know If It's ADHD?
presented by Vince Monastra, PhD, BCN.

REGISTER HERE!

October 26, 2018
CPT Codes
presented by Joy Lunt, RN, BCN

This webinar will count toward the 3 hours of ethics/professional conduct as required for BCIA certification. More information to come.

Visit www.BCIA.org for more information BCIA CE programs.



THE PERPLEXING
EKG ARTIFACT--
SEMG EXPERT,
DR. RON ROSENTHAL
HAS SOME ANSWERS


For those of us using surface EMG feedback for relaxation or neuromuscular retraining, the EKG signal is a perplexing source of physiological noise that can interfere with training. BSF's EMG expert, Ronald Rosenthal, PhD addresses the problem and offers some innovative solutions in this article written for Florida Biofeedback.

The Biofeedback Society of Florida announces its 40th Anniversary Meeting and 14 APA approved CE credit workshop October 27 - 28, 2018 in Orlando!

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

The Biofeedback Society of Florida (BSF) celebrates its 40th Anniversary with a special, two-day workshop, Biobehavioral Considerations in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Primary Headache Disorders presented by internationally renowned headache expert, Steve Baskin, Ph.D. The program includes an invited lecture by biofeedback pioneer and author of Biofeedback; A Practitioner’s Guide, Mark Schwartz, Ph.D., who will also give a keynote address at our Saturday evening dinner event.

This workshop is an in-depth clinical guide to the many advances in the diagnosis and management of migraine, cluster headache, tension-type headache, and atypical variants. The emphasis will be on the most common headache disorder, migraine. The lecture also includes a Pharmacology Update for BF/NF and mental health professionals that will address essential issues in psychopharmacology including pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and an overview of different medications across classes and diagnoses will be explored. Critical topics in psychopharmacology will be examined.

BSF will commemorate its 40th anniversary with a Saturday evening dinner and keynote address. The evening will be casual, fun, and informative and includes a dinner buffet and entertainment in the form of an instructive and humorous address by biofeedback pioneer and author, Mark Schwartz, PhD. Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend this special event. There is nominal charge for the evening event that covers the cost of dinner. Participants will receive an additional 1 APA CE credit at no charge for attendance.

The meeting takes place on October 27 – 28, 2018 at The Florida Hotel & Conference Center in Orlando. The hotel is offering as special discounted room rate for BSF workshop participants of $109/night (plus taxes and fees) for registrations made by October 13, 2018.

To reserve your room at the BSF rate, go directly to the Florida Hotel-BSF reservation page here.

DOWNLOAD AND PRINT A COPY OF THE WORKSHOP BROCHURE


REGISTER HERE FOR THE BSF WORKSHOP AND
DINNER CELEBRATION


Biobehavioral Considerations in the
Diagnosis and Treatment of
Primary Headache Disorders

Including a
Psychopharmacology Update for BF/NF
and other Healthcare Practitioners

Presented by
Steven M. Baskin PhD
New England Institute for Neurology and Headache
Stamford, Connecticut

With discussion and invited keynote address by
Mark S. Schwartz PhD
Please join us for the
40th Anniversary Commemorative Dinner and
Keynote Address with Dr. Schwartz


RENEW YOUR BSF MEMBERSHIP OR APPLY ONLINE HERE


UP TO 14 APA APPROVED CE CREDITS

This program, when attended in its entirety, is available for 14 continuing education credits (13 if not attending the Saturday evening keynote address). The program is co-sponsored by The Center LLC, which is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Center, LLC maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

Note: All licensed health care professionals should verify that their respective licensing boards accept APA approved CE program credits toward fulfillment of their licensing requirements.