We would like to thank the following organizations for their support of the BFE 19th Meeting:

BCIA is an autonomous, non-profit corporation formed in January 1981 to establish and maintain professional standards for the provision of biofeedback and neurofeedback services, to certify individuals who meet education and training standards, and to progressively recertify those who advance their knowledge through continuing education.
BCIA currently offers certification programs in Biofeedback, Neurofeedback, Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction Biofeedback (PMDB) and a certificate of completion in HRV Biofeedback.
The Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB) is a scientific, educational, professional membership organization whose members work in a variety of settings and serve in multiple capacities. It is AAPB’s mission to promote and represent the science and practice of self-regulation to enhance health and performance. Visit or call 800-477-8892.
The European Society for applied Biofeedback and Neuro-physiological Procedures (EGBNV) is dedicated to build a common framework for experts, researchers, opinion makers, doctors and other healthcare and non-healthcare professionals. The society's primary goal is to function as a charitable = non-profit organisation and to establish national and international networks and cooperations with the aim of helping people in Europe by means of suitable bio- and neuro-physiological treatments.

The AsociaciĆ³n I+D Neuroterapias is a Spanish association born in 2013, with the clear purpose of serving as a link between psychotherapy and neuroscience. Its aim is to be a nexus of union among professionals and to build a framework with quality standards and clear principles of action in our profession.
The Mexican Society of Bio and Neurofeedback (SMBN) aims to promote the relationship between professionals engaged in research and applications; to promote knowledge and understanding of Bio and Neurofeedback in the scientific and professional community; and to investigate and disseminate new applications of Bio and Neurofeedback in the area of neurosciences.
The Israeli Biofeedback and Neurofeedback Association (IBNA) was founded in 2010 in order to promote high clinical and scientific standards of biofeedback and neurofeedback practice in Israel. The Association offers intermediate and advanced courses in Biofeedback and in Neurofeedback.
The German Society/Association of Biofeedback (DGBfb) was founded in 1998 with the objectives of: Providing information resources about Biofeedback for patients and practitioners; Encouraging and improving scientific research, clinical and educational applications of Biofeedback; Offering accepted advanced vocational training for Biofeedback-therapy; International cooperation with other Biofeedback associations; and Representation of professional interests of Biofeedback-therapists and trainers. Dutch Society voor Biofeedback (BVN) was founded 5 years ago.  It was the follow-up of the local settlement of the Biofeedback Foundation of Europe (BFE) of whom Danielle Matto had been the representative for more than 10 years.  Our main principle is that for the recovery of psychological and psychosomatic problems, in general, the behaviour of the body is neglected.  It’s our aim to stimulate the use of physical signs for stimulating health by various ways of biofeedback to fill this gap.

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