Course curriculum

    1. Welcome to the course!

    2. BCIA Intro the Neurofeedback Sample Forms Manual

    3. Mentoring

    4. Course Disclosures

    5. Required TRF Cohort Meetings

    1. Information about the supplemental resources

    2. About BCIA Neurofeedback Certification

    3. Learn more about becoming a board certified neurofeedback practitioner

    4. TRF BCIA NF Guidelines For Mentoring Candidates for Board Certification in Neurofeedback

    5. Using the Neurofeedback Log

    6. Midline Assessment

    7. Neurofeedback Systems Infographic

    8. qEEG Acquisition Infographic

    9. Neurofeedback Essential Skills List

    10. BCIA Practice Test

    11. Information About Electromagnetic Fields

    1. Section I Introduction

    2. Orientation to Neurofeedback Lesson

    3. Orientation to Neurofeedback Test

    1. Section II Introduction

    2. Basic Neurophysiology & Neuroanatomy Lesson

    3. Supplemental Articles

    4. Basic Neurophysiology and Neuroanatomy Test

    1. Section III Introduction

    2. Instrumentation and Electronics Lesson

    3. Supplemental Article

    4. Instrumentation and Electronics Test

    1. Section IV Introduction

    2. Research Base for Neurofeedback Lesson

    3. Supplemental Article

    4. Research Base for Neurofeedback Test

About this course

  • $2,500.00


Angelika Sadar

Angelika Y. Sadar, MA, BCN, BCB-HRV is a licensed psychologist who is board certified in neurofeedback and heart rate variability, and is a BCIA approved mentor in neurofeedback. She has been in private practice in the greater Philadelphia area since 1985. Her work over the years has involved all age groups and clinical presentations. She is a treatment coordinator at Sadar Psychological and is a nationally recognized speaker providing education and offering training to other professionals in neurofeedback, biofeedback, and hypnosis. In 2018 she was invited to be part of BrainARC Switzerland and began developing evaluations protocols based on the research of HBImed, Switzerland. Presently, her clinical focus is on patients with complex/comorbid presentations and consulting with other psychologists, medical practitioners and other clinicians regarding EEG, neurofeedback and practice development. She is the executive director of the Northeast Region Biofeedback Society and a board member at large of The Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback.

Mitchell Sadar

Mitchell Sadar, Ph.D., BCN,BCB-HRV is a licensed psychologist who was the director of a Pennsylvania Correctional Institution’s inpatient program for over 15 years. In 1999 he was trained in neurofeedback and tried to bring this modality to the correctional population, but his attempts were not accepted by the Department of Corrections. He then resolved to dedicate his work to biofeedback and developed his private practice. Since 2015 he has been the president of the Northeast Region Biofeedback Society. His background in neuropsychology readily lent itself to learning how the EEG can facilitate neurofeedback training. In 2018, along with his practitioner wife, Angelika Sadar, he was invited to be part of BrainARC Switzerland and began developing evaluations and protocols based on the research of HBImed, Switzerland. Since that time, he has focused on developing assessments that include an analysis of EEG and ERPs to help to guide biofeedback/neurofeedback protocols but also include recommendations regarding psychotherapy and lifestyle changes.

Leon Morales-Quezada

Dr. Leon Morales-Quezada M.D., MSc, mPH, Ph.D., BCN is a physician-scientist with experience in neurocognitive rehabilitation, noninvasive neuromodulation, applied psychophysiology, and technology development for neurological rehabilitation. Dr. Morales-Quezada received his MD degree from Universidad Autonoma de Aguascalientes and completed clinical training in emergency medicine and intensive care. He also completed a fellowship and Masters in Neuropsychology Rehabilitation at Touro College, a PhD in Cognitive Neurosciences from De Montfort University in Leicester UK, and a Master’s in Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Morales-Quezada was awarded with the prestigious Fellowship in Integrative Medicine from the Harvard-NIH program, Division of General Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and the Nacional Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. He is currently a Research Faculty from Spaulding Rehabilitation Research Institute and fellow from the Ellen R. and Melvin J. Gordon Center for the Cure and Treatment of Paralysis. Dr. Morales-Quezada research interests focus on noninvasive neuromodulation, the placebo effect, and technology development applied in rehabilitation and behavioral medicine.