Where is biofeedback training available in New York? That depends on what part of New York you are talking about and what kind of biofeedback training you are talking about.

New York is more than one place. New York City is very different than Buffalo or Rochester. Some parts of the state look more like the south than the city.

The other thing is, are you looking for training as a client or patient or as a student so that you can learn how to provide services?

If you are looking to be trained as a client because you have symptoms like headaches, anxiety, insomnia, or other symptoms that biofeedback is helpful for then you would be looking for a biofeedback provider. The type of training is usually available from a psychologist, social worker, physical therapist, pain management specialist, or chiropractor. You might be able to find them through a Google search. You can also find a biofeedback provider in New York through the Northeast Regional Biofeedback Society. This is an organization made up of biofeedback providers in the New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania areas. There is a listing of these providers on their website www.nrbs.orgWhen you get to the site, click on the Find a Practitioner button. You can also do searches on the Association of Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback www.aapb.org or Biofeedback Certification International Alliancewww.bcia.org

If you are looking for biofeedback training so that you can learn to provide biofeedback to clients then it is best to find an organization that is accredited to provide biofeedback training that meets the requirements of the Biofeedback Certification Alliance. It is possible to find a university offering biofeedback training, but it is more likely that you will find more non-university programs available. A listing of programs that are accredited is available on the www.bcia.org website. These programs cover all of the didactic information required for you to learn. Some of them also include lab sessions where you are able to learn how to use the equipment by practicing with it. Some programs are offered in-person in New York. Others are offered online for those who cannot or prefer not to travel away from home to attend.

I hope that these suggestions will help you find the type of biofeedback training you are looking for.

Harry L. Campbell

914-762-4646 – Harry@biofeedbackinternational.com

Author of What Stress Can Do, Available on Amazon.com

Biofeedback Resources International Corp.

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