Can record-keeping land you in hot water?

Angelika Sadar discusses the importance of keeping good records for biofeedback practitioners and therapists.

 

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About the instructor

Angelika Sadar is a licensed psychologist who has been in private practice in the greater Philadelphia area since 1985. She is a nationally recognized speaker providing education and offering training to other professionals in neurofeedback, biofeedback, and practice development. Her interests include the use of EEG evaluations that include data base comparisons and ERPs to help guide treatment interventions, including neurofeedback.

Ethics And Biofeedback

Integrate Client Care and the Law

Course begins June 24

Wednesday, June 24, 4 pm EDT  
Wednesday, July 1, 4 pm EDT  
Wednesday, July 8, 4 pm EDT


Whether you have taken a biofeedback course, obtained BCIA certification, or are just starting out, this 3 part series will explore the ethical challenges of therapeutic work in biofeedback.

 

For example, we'll discuss working within the scope of your practice, what to do when your patient's presenting concerns exceed your level of expertise, as well as where to get help and how to obtain additional training. We will explore the benefits of an evidence-based practice as relates to equipment, assessment, marketing and reimbursement.

 

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Critical and Timely

Strengthen your understanding of the ethics of running a successful practice including practitioner training, patient assessment and ongoing practice development.

3 lecture sessions for $145

So Why Ethics And Biofeedback?