AAPB FREE WEBINAR:

August 18, 2017 - 1:00 pm EDT:
Multi-Cultural and Diversity Considerations for Organizations and Individuals


FREE TO AAPB MEMBERS

Presented by:
Rick Harvey, PhD
Associate Professor
San Francisco State University

Richard Harvey, PhD, is a tenured in the Department of Health Education where he teaches courses in Stress Management, Psychophysiology, Holistic Health and Epidemiology. His research includes developing stress-reduction interventions for increasing psychological courage and hardiness and reducing human stress.

Participants will learn three basic models of multicultural diversity focusing on cultural competence, efficacy and, humility on a seven step continuum. To learn more about the webinar content and learning objectives, visit the AAPB webinar description page.

CE Credits: 1 APA approved credit

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Mission Statement

The Biofeedback Society of Florida (BSF) was founded in 1978 to facilitate the exchange of ideas, methods, research, clinical experience, and applications of biofeedback with related disciplines. Today the Society is the official Florida affiliate of the national Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, and serves a diverse professional fraternity of health care providers and academicians who share an interest in applied psychophysiology and biofeedback.

BSF provides networking, continuing education, legislative action, and practice and technical consultation for its membership. Providers seeking information about adding biofeedback to their clinical practices are invited to contact BSF.

BSF also functions as an information and referral source for consumers who are considering biofeedback services.