NIA’s NEW Course – Neurofeedback Protocol Selection – Now Available

NIA’s NEW Course – Neurofeedback Protocol Selection – Now Available

We’re incredibly excited to share our newest online course, Neurofeedback Protocols Selection, A Symptom-Based Approach!

In this course, Dr Moshe Perl expands on the classic arousal model used in neurofeedback training, distilling his knowledge of using client symptoms to derive neurofeedback protocols.

Presented through a series of engaging videos, we explore  Arousal, Instability, Learning Difficulties, Trauma & PTSD, Obsessive and Motivation Issues, Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD).

The first three Chapters have just been released, and we’ll be releasing the others episodically over the coming months. View the chapters.

To celebrate, we are rewarding the early-adopters with a limited special use discount.

From practitioners just starting out in neurofeedback therapy (recommended course), to those more advanced (recommended course), this course is designed to give great value to those wanting to learn a symptom-based approach to protocol selection, in neurofeedback.
Moshe’s teaching has been described as “a way of absorbing the knowledge of the experts in the field and translating it into a way that is accessible to new practitioners” and has developed a reputation for making complex topics in neurofeedback therapy accessible and fun. Testimonials

Please note!

This course assumes a minimum level of competency in concepts relating to neurofeedback therapy. 

Before purchasing Protocol Selection neurofeedback therapy, we encourage everyone to please watch the first video in Chapter 2 (by clicking on “Preview” in the Course Curriculum) so that you can better understand if this is the right course for you.

This is not a “basics” or “101” course in neurofeedback therapy. It will not introduce “the basics of neurofeedback”, nor the technical side of implementing treatment (i.e. how to use equipment) as it is assumed that students already possess a basic understanding of amplitude neurofeedback therapy, the international 10-20 system and have access to equipment that allows them to adjust neurofeedback protocols. Ideally students will have already completed a basic hands-on course in neurofeedback therapy and/or a BCIA certified course in neurofeedback therapy.