BCIA Anatomy and Physiology
The Process and Benefits of Studying Anatomy and Physiology
Why Study BCIA Anatomy and Physiology?
BCIA Biofeedback, HRV Biofeedback, and Neurofeedback Certifications require completing an appropriate anatomy or physiology course from a regionally-accredited university or a BCIA-accredited educator like BioSource Software.
Human anatomy studies the cells, tissues, and organs that comprise the body and their organization. Human physiology explores how the body works. This knowledge provides a foundation for treating disorders and enhancing performance.
BCIA requires that you complete a human anatomy or physiology course for Biofeedback Certification. BCIA accepts Human Anatomy, Human Physiology, or Human Biology, covering the organization of the human body and all 11 systems. BCIA accredits BioSource Software's Human Physiology course to meet this requirement.
BCIA accepts a Behavioral Neuroscience, Neuroanatomy, Neurophysiology, or Physiological psychology course for Neurofeedback Certification. BCIA accredits BioSource Software's Physiological Psychology course to teach you about the brain's structure and function.
BCIA accepts anatomy or physiology courses taken for Biofeedback or Neurofeedback Certification for HRV Biofeedback Certification.
If you are interested in earning BCIA Biofeedback, HRV Biofeedback, or Neurofeedback Certification, contact BioSource Software today. Our mission is to teach the science of biofeedback, neurofeedback, and the qEEG, independent of equipment, software solutions, normative databases, or personal perspective.