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E.GREEN  CIRC 1974

Individual & interactive group training and certificate programs: 

Biofeedback Skills Training

Neurofeedback Skills 101 Training

nirHEG Neurofeedback Certification

 

Dear One;

The World Health Organization reports a global brain disease epidemic. Millions of people worldwide suffer from cognitive decline and related symptoms associated with learned cognitive dysfunction. Regrettably clients are led astray by practitioners and prescriptions that focus on symptoms instead of the cause.

 

The Biofeedback Institute of Los Angeles (BILA) has a solution. Biofeedback skills can help people who suffer with memory challenges, attention deficit, brain fog, pain, anxiety, migraine and more, address the root nervous system causes associated with perfornamnce decline.

Biofeedback & Neurofeedback Skills Training programs can teach people to address health challenges based on the principles of psycho-physiology, mind and body.  Training participants learn to manage and overcome dysfunctional habits that compromise thinking, feeling, emotion and self-regulation.

BILA's 45 year legacy is based on thousands of success stories and healing journeys. Professional emotional support augments the quality and lasting benefits of bio/neurofeedback training.  We look forward to helping you along your healing journey.

BILA

   

Common Questions

 

Who can get biofeedback training?

Anyone interested in learning biofeedback  Although biofeedback equipment is common in university laboratories, medical doctor’s offices and psychotherapy clinics, biofeedback sensors or biosensors are now available to consumers for home use.

Psychologists, counselors, social workers, nurses, chiropractors, teachers, and others in professions that involve interpersonal communication and a helping role.  Students entering mental health professions can begin practicing biofeedback

 

Do I need a license or government registration?

No.  Although you don’t need special permission to use biofeedback, it is a good idea to pursue certified skills training especially if you are thinking about using biofeedback in professional practice. 

 

What are the side effects of Biofeedback & Neurofeedback Training?

For some people the effect of neurofeedback training can bring to mind unfamiliar, uncomfortable and deeply personal emotions.  Trainees sometimes feel vulnerable, uneasy and fatigued after neurofeedback training. As the trainees’ brain integrates new behaviors and builds new pathways and connections, a challenging healing process ensues. 

 

What is Neurocoaching? 

Neurocoaching is a process of self discovery that deepens self awareness.  This inner-cize cultivates ongoing reflection, study and practice and expedites neurofeedback trainees’ spiritual development. Successful trainees increase self awareness which leads to improved self-control.  Adept trainees voluntarily calm and or activate their nervous system; They are able to relax, soften and release tension. Instinctively, trainees are guided to replace competition, aggression and division with compassion, kindness, responsibility and life sustaining thinking. 

 

How will it affect you?

Neurocoaching focuses on personal spiritual growth  - a key to enriching universal consciousness. Your own personal growth will enhance the spiritual evolution of humanity more than anything else. People can grow and change by applying the way of Gandhi: “If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him.”


What is Biofeedback?

Biofeedback is a scientific means of physiological assessment and training. It allows people to train their nervous system (brain and body) and to become increasingly aware of body sensations.  This insight empowers people to improve their health. Subtle changes in the body can help clients manage and reduce pain. Clients who have anxiety and hold tension become aware of associated body holding patterns and learn to relax.

How does biofeedback work?

Biosensors placed on the head and body reflect subtle internal changes. These signals are  processed and with software can generate moment-to-moment feedback in the form of auditory, visual, or tactile rewards. The feedback signals allow trainees to make changes and improve their condition. A common biosensor records electrical activity in muscles.

 

Software transforms muscle activity into auditory or visual signals, which are transmitted back to the trainee when the muscles move. The trainee can learn to let go of muscle tension by interacting with the display.

What is Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is biofeedback for your brain.  It helps people improve executive skills like thinking, planing and impulse control. Neurofeedback is also used by athletes, executives, trainers and high level performers for creativity, calming, meditation psychological integration and transcendence.

CURRICULUM PRESENTED BY:

Biofeedback Institute of Los Angeles

We offer on-site training

 

Biofeedback Skills Training & Certificate Course 16 hours

Neurofeedback Skills 101 & Certification  8 hours (2 hours x 4 levels)

nirHEG Neurofeedback Certification  16 hours

COURSE:

Biofeedback Skills Training & Certification

9:00 am – 6:00 pm

March 8-9 Los Angeles

April 17-18 Las Vegas

May 2-3 Los Angeles

July 30-31 Los Angeles

September 12-13 Las Vegas

October 24-25 Los Angeles

November 7-8 New York

December 5-6 Colorado

COURSE:

Neurofeedback Skills Training 101 & Certification

9:00 am – 6:00 pm

March 10 Los Angeles

April 19 Las Vegas

May 4 Los Angeles

August 1  Los Angeles

September 14 Las Vegas

October 26 Los Angeles

November 9 New York

December 7 Colorado

COURSE:

nirHEG Neurofeedback Certification

Prerequisite Neurofeedback Skills Training 101

Practicum - 6 hours TBD

Case Study Supervision - 2 hours 

FACULTY:  

Stephanie DuPont, PsyD is a clinical psychologist with 20 years clinical and laboratory experience. She is certified by the Biofeedback Institute of Los Angeles (BILA) (501c) as a Biofeedback Provider and Didactic Trainer. As Training Director, Stephanie works with adults and children referred for distraction, pain and anxiety-based conditions, and she teaches practitioners who typically use biofeedback in practice.

 

BILA is an alternative community clinic and laboratory (biocompresearch.org) located in West Los Angeles. BILA offers a wide range of biofeedback modalities and assessment procedures, including neurofeedback, peripheral biofeedback, guided imagery, visualization, meditation, brainwave entrainment, phobic stimulation, and nutrition counseling.

 

Stephanie is a native of LA and obtained a Bachelor’s degree from USC, Master’s degrees from California State University LA in Clinical Psychology and Child Development, and a Doctoral degree from Ryokan College. Stephanie worked for 15 years under the tutelage of the late Doctors Marjorie Toomim, Ph.D, and Hershel Toomim, ScD, world-renowned pioneers in psychophysiology and biomedical engineering and founders of BILA and Biocomp Research Institute in 1969.