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Hybrid (Online Self-Paced & 2 Days In-Person) This course is designed for health and wellness professionals who are looking to learn more or become certified in Neurofeedback. With advancements in today’s health technology, we now have the most advanced non-invasive technology at our fingertips. Ready to make better progress with your clients? Our solutions can help! Start offering better evaluations and health solutions to your community today. When it comes to supporting Neurofeedback providers, consider us your new best friends! No matter where you are in your journey we have solutions and services to help you succeed.

What you will learn...

We teach the science. By the conclusion of this course, the participants will be able to:

1. Explain the uses of Neurofeedback training;

2. List the definitions associated with the latest empirical Neurofeedback research;

3. List the pioneer researchers in neurofeedback and explain their findings;

4. Describe the history and progression of empirical Neurofeedback research and training;

5. Explain the therapeutic relationship between the Neurofeedback practitioner and client;

6. Explain the assumptions underlying Neurofeedback research and training;

7. Demonstrate Neurofeedback techniques necessary to pass the BCIA exam;

8. List and define terms associated with signal processing;

9. Describe the Neurofeedback intake process including collection of medical history, psychological conditions, medications, psychosocial and family history, and relevant biographical information, etc.

10. Describe how Neurofeedback services should be limited to the practice standards and guidelines of one’s license or the license of their supervisor and also to those areas where one has: sufficient training and familiarity with the client population and disorders;

11. Describe the pre and post-treatment assessments such as neuropsychological tests, continuous performance tests, and EEG/QEEG, appropriate to your practice and licensure;

12. Explain the methods associated with ongoing Neurofeedback assessment;

13. Explain how learning theories can be applied to Neurofeedback;

14. Describe the ethical and professional conduct of practitioners expected by the BCIA;

15. Explain basic neurophysiology and the connection to Neurofeedback;

16. Explain basic neuroanatomy and the connection to Neurofeedback;

17. Explain how the Neurofeedback signal is acquired;

18. Describe the non-electrical equipment involved in Neurofeedback;

19. Describe the electronic systems involved in Neurofeedback;

20. Explain the comparison between QEEG and other neuroimaging techniques;

21. Describe montages and their characteristics associated with Neurofeedback trainings;

22. Explain and recognize normal EEG patterns;

23. Explain and recognize abnormal EEG patterns;

24. List the psychopharmacological considerations in Neurofeedback;

25. Explain client rights associated with privacy, confidentiality, privileged communication, informed consent to assessment and treatment, treatment contract apprising of possible adverse effects, accepting clients, abandonment, and appropriate referrals, equal access to health care, and HIPAA compliance;

26. Describe the frequency of appropriate consultation and supervision in Neurofeedback;

27. Explain the purposes and process of supervision and consultation in Neurofeedback;

28. Describe the purposes and process of mentoring in Neurofeedback;

29. Define professional relationships in Neurofeedback including: dual relationships, conflicts of interest and exploitation of clients, consultations, referrals, and relationships with other professionals, medical and medication monitoring, procedures for dealing with unethical behavior and consumer complaints;

30. Explain the current trends in Neurofeedback software and equipment; and

31. Demonstrate treatment protocols and implementation of Neurofeedback labs. Again, thank you for choosing the InMindOut Neurofeedback Certificate Course. We look forward to assisting you on your journey as you expand your education!

Upcoming Dates & Locations

Where to meet us for your immersive hands on experience.

  • June 18 & 19, San Antonio, TX

  • July 16 & 17, Montreal, QC, Canada

  • September 20 & 21, San Antonio, TX

  • November 9 & 10, San Antonio, TX



I am an experienced neuroscience researcher that has worked with the military and universities to explore cognitive neuroscience and human performance. Since 2016, I have conducted biofeedback, neurofeedback, and quantitative electroencephalogram (QEEG) trainings, as well as repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (RTMS) treatments on Special Operations Forces (SOF) veterans. I have provided undergraduate and graduate level instruction on data-based insights using qualitative and quantitative research methods on a wide range of human issues. My research has been focused on attitude measurement, employee assessment, leadership, organizational development, intelligence, personality, neuropsychological issues, and psychometrics.

I am a previous member of the Army’s Special Forces Unit. I then pursued my education to become a Doctor of Philosophy with a specialization in talent performance optimization. I also hold a Bachelor of Psychology degree, a Masters of Arts in Developmental Psychology degree, and a Masters of Arts in Clinical Neuropsychology degree.

My passion for healing the body and mind has been my driving force in pursuing as much education as I can. I want to make a difference in the neuro-field by spreading the knowledge I have, as well as continuing my research on optimal performance. 

Specialized in the following :

Client Populations: Military and First Responder Cognitive and Optimal Performance, PTSD, TBI, Stress, Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Sleep, Addiction, Learning and Developmental Disabilities, and Epilepsy 

Hardware & Software:  Hardware: Thought Technology, Mitsar, iMediSync, BrainMaster, Cognionics, MindMedia, and other most commonly used industry systems. Software:  WinEEG, iMediSync’s iBrain and iHeart, BrainMaster, BioTrace, Neuroguide, etc.

Languages Spoken: English

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Course curriculum

  • 2

    Helpful Resources to Review Throughout the Course

    • Biofeedback and EEG Terminology Sheet

    • Neurofeedback Efficacy

  • 3

    Phase I Syllabus

    • Phase I Syllabus

  • 4

    Chapter #1

    • Introduction to Neurofeedback

    • Introduction to Neurofeedback Quiz

  • 5

    Chapter #2

    • History & Development of Neurofeedback

    • Hammond 2007 Article Summary

    • Hammond 2007 - What is neurofeedback?

    • History & Development of Neurofeedback Quiz

  • 6

    Chapter #3

    • Principles of Human Learning

    • White 1998 Article Summary

    • White 1998 - Alpha-theta neurotherapy as a multi-level matrix of intervention

    • Principles of Human Learning Quiz

  • 7

    Chapter #4

    • Electrical Terminology

    • Usakli 2010 Article Summary

    • Usakli 2010 - Improvement of EEG signal acquisition: An electrical aspect for state of the art of the front end

    • Electrical Terminology Quiz

  • 8

    Chapter #5

    • Neurophysiological Processes

    • Woodman 2010 Article Summary

    • Woodman 2010 - A brief introduction to the use of event-related potentials in studies of perception and attention

    • Bliss 2011 Article Summary

    • Bliss 2011 - Long-term potentiation and long-term depression: a clinical perspective

    • Olejniczak 2006 Article Summary

    • Olejniczak 2006 - Neurophysiologic basis of EEG

    • Neurophysiological Processes Quiz

  • 9

    Chapter #6

    • Neuroanatomy Part 1

    • Goldman 2002 Article Summary

    • Goldman 2002 - Simultaneous EEG and fMRI of the alpha rhythm

    • Neuroanatomy Part 1 Quiz

  • 10

    Chapter #7

    • Neuroanatomy Part 2

    • Lei 2018 Article Summary

    • Lei 2018 - Gating of sensory input at subcortical and cortical levels during grasping in humans

    • Neuroanatomy Part 2 Quiz

  • 11

    Chapter #8

    • Brodmann Areas

    • Johnson 2007 Article Summary

    • Johnson 2007 - Habituation of auditory evoked potentials: The dynamics of waveform morphology

    • Brodmann Areas Quiz

  • 12

    Chapter #9

    • Frequencies & Developmental Aspects of EEG

    • Scott 2005 Article Summary

    • Scott 2005 - Effects of an EEG biofeedback protocol on a mixed substance abusing population

    • Frequencies & Developmental Aspects of EEG Quiz

  • 13

    Chapter #10

    • Waveforms & Artifacts

    • McWhinney 2018 Article Summary

    • McWhinney 2018 - The impact of goal-oriented task design on Neurofeedback learning for brain-computer interface control

    • Waveforms & Artifacts Quiz

  • 14

    Chapter #11

    • Psychopharmacological Part 1

    • Keyhani 2018 Article Summary

    • Keyhani 2018 - Risks and benefits of marijuana use: a national survey of US adults

    • Psychopharmacological Part 1 Quiz

  • 15

    Chapter #12

    • Psychopharmacological Part 2

    • Bennett 2018 Article Summary

    • Bennett 2018 - Biopsychosocial approach to understanding resilience: Stress habituation and where to intervene

    • Psychopharmacological Part 2 Quiz

  • 16

    Chapter #13

    • Mental Health Disorders & Neurofeedback

    • Lubar 1976 Article Summary

    • Lubar 1976 - EEG and behavioral changes in a hyperkinetic child concurrent with training of the sensorimotor rhythm (SMR)

    • Luscher 2000 Article Summary

    • Luscher 2000 - Synaptic plasticity and dynamic modulation of the postsynaptic membrane

    • Mental Health Disorders & Neurofeedback Quiz

  • 17

    Chapter #14

    • Equipment

    • Sterman 2006 Article Summary

    • Sterman 2006 - Foundation and practice of Neurofeedback for the treatment of epilepsy

    • Equipment Quiz

  • 18

    Chapter #15

    • Pre-Training Methods & Client Monitoring

    • Fahrion 1992 Article Summary

    • Fahrion 1992 - Alterations in EEG amplitude, personality factors, and brain electrical mapping after alpha‐theta brainwave training: A controlled case study of an alcoholic in recovery

    • Pre-Training Methods & Client Monitoring Quiz

  • 19

    Chapter #16

    • Coaching & Relaxation Techniques

    • Dehghani-Arani 2013 Article Summary

    • Dehghani-Arani 2013 - Neurofeedback training for opiate addiction: improvement of mental health and craving

    • Coaching & Relaxation Techniques Quiz

  • 20

    Chapter #17

    • Neuroimaging Techniques & Montages

    • Wentrup 2005 Article Summary

    • Wentrup 2005 - EEG source localization for brain-computer interfaces

    • Neuroimaging Techniques & Montages Quiz

  • 21

    Chapter #18

    • Case Studies

    • Seeley 2007 Article Summary

    • Seeley 2007 - Dissociable intrinsic connectivity networks for salience processing and executive control

    • Case Studies Quiz

  • 22

    Chapter #19

    • Research Evidence & RCTs

    • Gruzelier 2014 Article Summary

    • Gruzelier 2014 - EEG-Neurofeedback for optimizing performance. I: a review of cognitive and affective outcome in healthy participants

    • Hammond 2011 Article Summary

    • Hammond 2011 - Standards of practice for neurofeedback and neurotherapy: A position paper of the International Society for Neurofeedback & Research

    • Research Evidence & RCTs Quiz

  • 23

    Chapter #20

    • BCIA Guidelines Part 1

    • Vaque 2002 Article Summary

    • Vaque 2002 - Template for developing guidelines for the evaluation of the clinical efficacy of psychophysiological interventions

    • BCIA Guidelines Part 1 Quiz

  • 24

    Chapter #21

    • BCIA Guidelines Part 2

    • Pigott 2013 Article Summary

    • Pigott 2013 - The evidence-base for neurofeedback as a reimbursable healthcare service to treat attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder

    • Bartholdy 2013 Article Summary

    • Bartholdy 2013 - The potential of neurofeedback in the treatment of eating disorders: a review of the literature

    • BCIA Guidelines Part 2 Quiz

  • 25

    Chapter #22

    • Developing a Treatment Plan Part I

    • Robbins 1998 Article Summary

    • Robbins 1998 - Wired for miracles

    • Developing a Treatment Plan Part I Quiz

  • 26

    Chapter #23

    • Developing a Treatment Plan Part II

    • Bazanova 2018 Article Summary

    • Bazanova 2018 - On the efficiency of individualized theta/beta ratio Neurofeedback combined with forehead EMG training in ADHD children

    • Jemmer 2006 Article Summary

    • Jemmer 2006 - Abreaction-Catharsis: Stirring Dull Roots with Spring Rain

    • Developing a Treatment Plan Part II Quiz

  • 27

    Chapter #24

    • Developing a Treatment Plan Part III

    • Groenveld 2019 Article Summary

    • Groenveld 2019 - Z-score Neurofeedback and heart rate variability training for adults and children with symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: A retrospective study

    • Developing a Treatment Plan Part III Quiz

  • 28

    Chapter #25

    • Developing a Treatment Plan Part IV

    • Developing a Treatment Plan Part IV Quiz

  • 29

    End of Phase I

    • End of Phase I

    • Phase I Survey

    • Congratulations! Next Steps: Phase II Registration

  • 30

    Phase II Schedule

    • Phase II Schedule

  • 31

    Final Exam

    • Final Exam Information

    • Final Exam

  • 32

    Next Steps

    • End of Course Survey

    • Next Steps!

  • 33

    Additional Materials

    • Performing Neurofeedback - A Full Case Example Part I

    • Performing Neurofeedback - A Full Case Example Part II

    • Performing Neurofeedback – A Full Case Example Part III

    • L1.1 Introduction to Neurofeedback

    • L1.2 Developing a Treatment Plan Part I

    • L1.3 Developing a Treatment Plan Part II

    • L1.4 Developing a Treatment Plan Part III

    • L1.5 Developing a Treatment Plan Part IV

    • Wilson 2011 - Clinical Use of a One Hertz Bin Electroencephalography Assessment

    • Cortical Brodmann Areas

    • Gunkelman - Drug Exposure & QEEG Findings

    • Thompson 2006 - Improving Attention in Adults and Children: Differing Electroencephalography Profiles and Implications for Training

    • Gunkelman 2006 - Transcend the DSM Using Phenotypes

    • Hammond 2005 - Neurofeedback with anxiety and affective disorders

    • Dias 2011 - A New Neurofeedback Protocol for Depression

    • Transcranial Technologies - Cortical Functions

    • Swatzyna 2017 - Integration of EEG Into Psychiatric Practice: A Step Toward Precision Medicine for Autism Spectrum Disorder


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