BCIA Neurofeedback Recertification
The Process and Benefits of Becoming Recertified in Neurofeedback
BCIA requires certificants to complete 48 hours of accredited continuing education (30 hours for Senior Fellows) across each 4-year period that their biofeedback or neurofeedback certification is valid. All recertification applications require completing a minimum of 3 hours of ethics or professional conduct coursework as part of the CE requirements.
BCIA offers many ways to earn continuing education credits for recertification. All courses must be accredited and blueprint-relevant. BCIA uses the term "accredited" to refer to courses offered by universities that are regionally accredited and approved by a national professional healthcare organization such as the AMA, APA, or by BCIA.
The Steps for Earning Your BCIA Neurofeedback Recertification.
Visit BCIA's website to research your recertification requirements and continuing education options. Download BCIA's Recertification Application from the same page.
Your 4-year certification ends in December. Reduce your recertification fee by recertifying earlier.
January 1 – June 30: $225
July 1 – October 31: $250
After November 1: $275
January 1 – June 30: $200
July 1 – October 31: $225
After November 1: $250
Submit your Application and Filing Fee simultaneously.