International Affiliates

ISNR International Advisory Board

Jillian Harrington

President of ANSA
Australasia

I-Mei Lin

President of TABN
TAIWAN

Giuseppe Chiarenza

PAST President of IOP International
McGill Scott, BFSA

McGill Scott

PAST President of BFSA
South Africa

Ania Justo

President of SEBINE
SPAIN
Jose Lora headshot

José Antonio Lora

President of SENT
SPAIN

Silvia Fois

President of SINQ
Italy
Cinara

Cinara Soares

President of ABBIO
Brazil
Miyako-Tazaki

Miyako Tazaki

President of THE CNA
in Japan

Leticia Chacon

President of SMBN
Mexico

Susie See

President of APNA
Asia Pacific

ASIA PACIFIC

Asia Pacific Neuro-biofeedback Association (APNA) is a non-profit organization for clinicians and researchers who are involved in the scientific research and clinical applications of neurofeedback and biofeedback.

BRASIL

The Brazilian Biofeedback Association is a non-profit organization with international partnerships, yet without any political partisan interest nor affiliation, made up of people committeed to the transdisciplinary technique Biofeedback and including the secondary modality of the technique, Neurofeedback.

AUSTRALIA

The Applied Neuroscience Society of Australasia is a non-profit membership organization comprised of Health Professionals of various disciplines such as psychology, psychiatry, medicine, nursing, chiropractic and others, from Australia, New Zealand and neighboring countries, who are involved in the promotion of better mental health through Neurofeedback, Biofeedback, and neuromodulation techniques such as transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS), Photobiomodulation (PBM), Audio-Visual Entertainment (AVE), Trigeminal Nerve Stimulation (TNS) and other.

SOUTH AFRICA

BFSA is a non-profit, collegial association, the purpose of which is to grow in providing access to education, continual and ongoing supervision and guidelines pertaining to the standards of practice concerning bio-/neurofeedback. The main focus has been to encourage and assist all members to pursue their journey to become BCIA Certified in their field of Bio or Neurofeedback and in that way establish a solid body of well-trained clinicians.

The International Organization of Psychophysiology (IOP) was established as a nongovernmental organization in 1982.
The goals of IOP are:
The world-wide dissemination of information regarding psychophysiological research, teaching and applications.
The establishment and stimulation of psychophysiological research, teaching and applications
The development and promotion of international collaborations and discussion in the field of psychophysiology.

SPAIN

The Spanish Society for Bio and Neurofeedback (SEBINE) is the result of a collaborative effort of different entities and distinguished professionals in the world of bio and neurofeedback in Spain. SEBINE was born from the first neurofeedback and biofeedback association created in Spain. The main goal of the Society is the standardization and homologation of Bio and Neurofeedback as therapeutic tools. The empirical evidence, the research and continuous education plus high quality standards represents the foundation guidelines of their work.

SENT Neuroterapias

ITALY

The primary objectives that the founding members of the Italian Society for Neurofeedback and QEEG (SINQ) have set themselves since the preliminary meetings are the dissemination of Quantitative Electroencephalography (qEEG) and Neurofeedback.

MEXICO

The Mexican Society for Bio and Neurofeedback (SMBN) is a non-profit organization whose main goal is to provide high quality educational opportunities, to promote scientific research and evidence-based clinical applications of bio and neurofeedback, and enhance the collaboration among practitioners and clinical researchers in Mexico and internationally. Visit SMBN here.

JAPAN

The clinical neurofeedback association in Japan. Our society was established in 2016 in Tokyo, Japan. The number of members is 65, which is rather small, but in 2014, nobody knew about neurofeedback, since then we have contributed to prevail neurofeedback in Japan, the safe and effective methods to improve functions of ADHD or autistic children, and other mental problems, and at moment we found so many HP relating to neurofeedback. Most of our members are medical professionals, such as psychiatrists, physicians, psychologists, and university faculties and those whose family members have some psychological problems. We hold a research conference once a year in Tokyo, and BCIA 36 hour neurofeedback seminar once or twice a year. We also have a certification process, which aims at our members to receive a BCIA certification step by step. Now three of our members have BCIA neurofeedback therapist certification.

ISNR International Members

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