Claire Gregory

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 …

kimberly

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 …

Biofeedback Association

Feedback from the South African Biofeedback (BFSA) practitioners

This year, 4 BFSA members were able to make the long journey from South Africa to Phoenix to attend and partake in the opportunity of information sharing and fellowship with like-minded individuals in the field of Neuro and Biofeedback.  Karlien Balt was given the opportunity to present her preliminary findings of her research project on the “Effects of ISF training …

FNNR

Foundation for Neurofeedback and Neuromodulation Research (FNNR) Update

During this decade of existence, our foundation applied its 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 neurofeedback specialists to submit for grants, some of which resulted in federal funding (e.g., CNP project), and pursued other forms of fundraising (ISNR members’ donations, …

NeuroRegulation

NeuroRegulation now has an impact factor!

While most are familiar with what had been perceived as the only journal metric, called Journal Impact Factor (JIF), which is calculated only for journals indexed in Web-of-Science (WoS), the CiteScore metric from Scopus is being recognized by universities and academic institutions as being on par with JIF.  In some cases this new metric is even preferred over JIF because …

ISNR President

Final Letter from the President

This being my final opportunity to address the membership as the current president I take pause not only to reflect on the past year’s achievements but to also look forward at the possibilities and opportunities that lie in front of us. We can easily identify the ways in which our practices, our teaching and our research is evolving. These evolutions, …

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Introducing the Brazilian Biofeedback Association

ABBIO – The Brazilian Biofeedback Association is a non-profit Brazilian nation association with international partnerships, yet without any political partisan interest nor affiliation, made up of people committed to the transdisciplinary technique Biofeedback and including the secondary modality of the technique, Neurofeedback. We are composed of people coming from various professions from two main areas: Health and Education. However, we also …

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Publish… Don’t Perish

We’ve all heard the adage of “publish or perish” and those who endeavor to advance scientific knowledge know the importance of adding to the body of scholarly literature.  However, all too frequently, one of the greatest hindrances to this process is how terribly long it can take for a paper to be published once it’s submitted to any particular journal. …