We believe in having the highest standard of practice for the neuroregulation field, and actively involved in helping the field grow internationally. This means having a variety of trainings, including the BCIA certified 36-hour Didactic Training Program requirement for certification). We also offer mentoring and supervision to other professionals (through BCIA and ISNR), and guiding you through your professional journey and networking.
March 5 – May 7, 2024 (weekly on Tuesdays from 10am – 2:30pm ET)
Introduction to Neurofeedback: A 36-hour BCIA approved Didactic Training
In English with simultaneous translation into Spanish
Live Virtual (ZOOM)
March 7 – April 25, 2024 (weekly on Thursdays from 12pm – 3:30pm ET)
Functional Neuroanatomy Course
BCIA approved for neurofeedback and biofeedback board certification
Live Virtual (ZOOM) and On Demand
June 5-7, 2024
From Protocol Development to Conducting a Neurofeedback Session: Theory and Hands-on Practicum
In-person (Boston, MA)
June 8-9, 2024
Using neurofeedback and biofeedback to treat people with Developmental Trauma and PTSD
In-person (Boston, MA) and Live Virtual (ZOOM)
We offer a variety of courses throughout the year, including the BCIA 36-hour Didactic training course towards receiving a BCIA board certification in Neurofeedback.
Supervision and Mentoring
If you are interested in supervision/mentoring hours, both Ainat and Diana are certified as BCIA* and ISNR mentors and happy to work with you. We can do it either in person or via ZOOM.
*These hours fulfill the BCIA requirement for becoming a BCIA certified neurofeedback clinician or technician.
A collection of helpful links as you are going through the neurofeedback certification process.
Hear what other professionals are saying about our training courses.
This was a fantastic training! The presenters were knowledgeable and passionate and able to explain material in a way I could understand. I can’t wait to incorporate NFT into my practice!
I just wanted to thank you both for the wonderful and inspiring experience. You are both impressive professionals who clearly operate with strength and compassion. It was very special to be a part of something that is obviously only going to grow with momentum.
— Pamela, Psychologist
Overall, I thought the training was great. I arrived back home feeling inspired and needed a couple of weeks to let it all percolate and settle in. Thank you for your professionalism and efforts across the board! The teaching was clear and it was great to have Leon and Mirret…I can’t wait to get started!
— Anonymous, Psychologist
Thank you for having me and all of us.
Ainat and Diana’s passion for [Neurofeedback] teaching and research is infectious!
— Rafay, MD
All of the presenters were extremely knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the practice of Neurofeedback. Despite the volume of content covered each day, each presenter allowed space for questions and dialogue to ensure that all participants were connecting with the material. They were all extremely warm and open! …Basically, everything I learned in this course was new/different! This was my first introduction to NFT, and it was very informative. This course provided a great foundation for the on-the-job training that I’ll be receiving in the coming weeks.
I learned a great deal from participating in this training. All of the instructors were wonderful, and well versed in their expertise. I appreciated that the instructors welcomed questions, and also provide opportunities for future learning and continued growth in neurofeedback through supervision. Due to COVID restrictions, the training was remote. In the future, I would like to also attend an in-person training that they host to integrate some hands-on learning as well…. I was new to neurofeedback when I signed up to participate in this training, as such most of the concepts specifically related to neurofeedback were new to me. I learned so much! I am excited to begin integrating neurofeedback into my practice and feel that this course gave me the foundation and confidence to do so.
It was wonderful especially considering limitations of teaching remotely due to covid. I’m new to neurofeedback so much of it was new. I particularly enjoyed seeing how it is implemented to treat trauma.
The training seemed very well prepared and included a diversity of perspectives. Academic information was well blended with instructors’ experiences using the techniques. I’m very much looking forward to the in-person practicum. I gained more in-depth knowledge about brain functions, brain training, reading EEG’s and qEEG’s, current research, and applying neurofeedback techniques.