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.
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.
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.
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.
The Dutch Association of Psychologists (Nederlands Instituut van Psychologen, NIP) is the largest professional association for psychologists in the Netherlands, representing more than 13,000 members: a dynamic group that advocates for psychologists at all levels in the psychological sector and in government. They are constantly promoting the contributions psychology makes to people’s health and wellbeing, and to understanding important social issues facing Dutch society. The NIP is well positioned to seize opportunities that will benefit NIP psychologists and the science and profession of psychology.
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.
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.
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.