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Neurotherapeutic technology allows us to adjust our physiology to improve health, performance, and lifestyle. Individuals are trained to normative values in neuroelectromagnetism, which includes heart rate variability, temperature control, and brain rhythms, through feedback and stimulation. Evidence-based neurotherapy (EBN) consists of normative EEG and literature-guided neurobehavioral interventions that use inferential neurometrics and neuromodulatory techniques with a 150 years of peer-reviewed empirical support. Individuals under any care classifications including psychiatric, neurological, psychological, primary, and academic acquire improved behavioral function through neuroelectromagnetic adjustments using operant conditioning, counseling, physical and mental exercise, and related interventions. Evidence-based neurotherapy is the culmination of 40 years of NIH, DOD, and NASA sponsored research at major institutions including UCLA, RIT, VA, and USAF facilities. The American Neurotherapy Association (ANA) was founded to provide educational, commercial licensing, clinical network support, and political advocacy of EBN and neurocosmology in the form of religious, spiritual, or secular neurocounseling. We held out first meeting in Baltimore this year, March 2012.
Board members, instructors, and advisors include pioneers in the fields of neurotherapy and normative EEG analysis, with a century of experience in neuroplasticity research and clinical practice. They are Teresa Andreoli PsyD, Roger deBeus PhD, Ed Hamlin PhD, David A Kaiser PhD, Margaret MacDonald MD, Denise Malkowicz MD, Hank Mann MD, Andrea Meckley MA, Srinivasan Nida, MS Vincent Paquette PhD, and Barry Sterman PhD.
Kaiser Academy trains individuals for the ANA exam. Passing this exam, or its equivalent as determined by the academy, allows students and professionals to promote themselves as Board Certified in Normative EEG and Evidence-based Neurotherapy as well as ANA Faculty, if so invited by the Board. Additional designations include Board Certified in Neurotherapy (BCN), Board Certified in Normative EEG (EEG), or Board Certified in EEG. ANA certification exam questions may be used by other credentialing agencies with permission. Contact David Kaiser for information as to curricula, educational services, practices, exams, and referrals.
Certified Evidence-based Neurotherapists exhibit competency in performing the following professional functions:
These courses are part of the 100-hour program of the American Neurotherapy Association (ANA) for Board Certification in Evidence-Based Neurotherapy. The ANA provides professional standards of neuromodulation and neuroplasticity evaluation and collecting and publishing peer-reviewed evidence of efficacy and effectiveness of neuromodulation techniques including EEG operant conditioning, electromagnetic neurostimulation, and related technologies. Board certification indicates a minimum standard of professional training for providing neurotherapy and EEG services. This Board has no affiliation with other continuing education programs, although students are welcome to use any and all information associated with coursework (e.g., CV, syllabus, exams) in obtaining credit in CME, CE, BCIA, and other programs. Completing forms for this credit is the responsibility of the student. Our core curriculum (501, 502) was approved by the Middle States Commission of Higher Education for undergraduate education in 2007+. Each 90-minute lecture and discussion is recorded for student use indefinitely, all rights reserved, when technical issues allow. Application for mentorship via request only
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