Introducing ANSA and Invitation to Participate in the 2020 Conference in Melbourne 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 neighbouring 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 …

New ISNR Board Member Spotlight – Ainat Rogel, PhD, MSW, BCN, LICSW

Hello Everybody, My name is Ainat Rogel and I am proud to be the new Secretary of the ISNR Board of Directors.  One thing to know about me, is that I welcome collaboration and diversity between people, treatments, ideas, and even hats.  I grateful to be able to combine more than one; as a researcher and a clinician, as a scientist …

Update from Foundation for Neurofeedback and Neuromodulation Research (FNNR)

Written and Submitted by:   Tato Sokhadze, PhD, BCN, President of FNNR Our foundation celebrated its 11th year anniversary during the Denver ISNR conference. During over the more than decade of existence, our foundation applied efforts to promote advancement in neurofeedback, neuromodulation and qEEG for research and clinical applications. We conducted several pilot research projects, put together teams of clinicians and …

Upcoming ISNR Webinars

  A Message from Rogene-Eichler-West, Chairperson of ISNR’s Public Education Committee Hey Folks, Mark your calendars because we have the following speakers lined up so far in 2020: Todd Coleman, January 24th Eddy Davelaar, February 28th Jeff Tarrant, March 13th Jay Gunkelman, April 17th More ISNR webinars are still to come!  Keep an eye out for announcements.

The Newest Issue of NeuroRegulation is Available!

The newest issue of NeuroRegulation is available! Read and/or download the individual articles or the full issue at http://www.neuroregulation.org Submissions are being accepted for consideration in the 1st issue of Volume 7, scheduled for publication in March 2020, the submission deadline for this issue is: February 9, 2020.   Early submissions are strongly encouraged to allow adequate time for the manuscript …

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Join ISNR in Congratulating Claire Gregory!

Dr. Devon Romero is one of Claire Gregory’s instructors who sent information in for ISNR’s In Memoriam Award. Below are excerpts from his submission about Claire Gregory: “Claire Gregory has been co-authoring a manuscript examining predictors of neurofeedback outcomes following qEEG individualized protocols for anxiety. She will be presenting preliminary results at the ISNR conference this year. Claire has been …

CPT Code Update: Where It Started and Where It Is Now

Update through August, 2019 1998 – CPT code 90901 is established as “biofeedback by any modality”. This combined multiple biofeedback codes (including EEG biofeedback) into a single code. 2016 – An application to update current neurofeedback codes, making them CAT III was submitted. This application was postponed, meaning no vote was taken. 2016 – Efforts to better understand the process …

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You Have Made a Difference!

ISNR recently reached out to you at the start of 2019 to ask: “Who would you like to acknowledge as a neuromodulation provider that provides services to under-served populations?” And here are the first, and second, nominees: This small practice works with Veterans, locally, regionally and nationally, especially working in the area of treating PTSD. They do a lot of …

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ISNR’s Making a Difference Award

SNR welcomes nominations for this award at any time. Please email nominations to office@isnr.org. Mission: ISNR would like to acknowledge neuromodulation providers that deliver neuromodulation to under-served populations. These populations may include, but are not limited to the following: homeless, substance abuse, developing countries, veterans, and any population that has not benefited from traditional medical/therapeutic interventions. Criteria: The provider does …