Standards of Practice for Neurofeedback and Neurotherapy: A Position Paper of the International Society for Neurofeedback & Research
AbstractThis position paper of the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR) sets forth standards and guidelines for the practice of neurofeedback and neurotherapy. Issues discussed include competency, qualifications of practitioners, scope of practice, informed consent, pretreatment assessment, standards for remote training, record keeping and billing, accountability, standards for practitioner training and qualifications to be trained, adequate supervision and coaching of training sessions, ethical advertising, standards for professional societies, and standards for those who sell and manufacture neurofeedback equipment.
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