As a result of taking this course, students should be able to:

  • Summarize the psychophysiological processes underlying each condition covered in the course
  • Use psychophysiological recording and biofeedback devices to record and display psychophysiological information
  • Control the biofeedback display to optimize learning
  • Use psychophysiological recording equipment to assess patients with specific conditions
  • Use biofeedback equipment to apply specific interventions tailored to each condition covered in the course

None of the instructional material offered provides students with the clinical skills needed to apply psychophysiological assessment and interventional techniques in a clinical environment unless they are already trained clinicians.

No text is absolutely required for the course because most of the text of the following pain assessment book is on the course web site. Students are strongly urged to purchase one recommended text. The instructor will be available to help students decide which one to purchase.

Continuing Education credits: 50

Cost: $750

Instructor: Richard A. Sherman, Ph.D.

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None of the instructional material offered provides students with the clinical skills needed to apply psychophysiological assessment and interventional techniques in a clinical environment unless they are already trained clinicians.

No text is absolutely required for the course because most of the text of the following pain assessment book is on the course web site. Students are strongly urged to purchase one recommended text. The instructor will be available to help students decide which one to purchase. This course is accredited and blueprint-relevant for initial certification by, and continuing education for, certificants of the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance.