Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine & Biofeedback Conference - Oct. 2-4 in Clare, MI

Rochester, MI, September 05, 2008 --(PR.com)-- Thursday, October 2 through Saturday October 4, 2008 – the Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine & Biofeedback (MSBMB) will meet at The Doherty Hotel in Clare, Michigan. The MSBMB conference will focus on Integrated Assessment & Treatment Applications for Behavioral Medicine & Biofeedback. Speakers will discuss topics including Medicine, Quantitative EEG (qEEG or EEG Brain Mapping), Neuropsychology, Biofeedback (EEG, EMG, etc.), Cognitive / Behavioral Treatment Applications and more. Interested professionals include Physicians, Physicians Assistants, Nurse Practitioners & Nurses, Counselors, Psychologists, Social Workers, Rehabilitation Specialists and related disciplines. There will also be special training sessions including Thought Technologies BioGraph Infiniti Updates (Psychophysiological Monitoring Hardware & Software), as well as a Technical & Clinical Introduction to Quantitative EEG (qEEG) Assessment & Application (EEG Brain Mapping Technology).

“The MSBMB has been around for decades and is the oldest organization of its kind in Michigan dedicated to the education and advancement of behavioral medicine and biofeedback,” said Don Deering V.P. of NeuroHealth Management LLC and current President of MSBMB. The fee for the conference is only $99, which includes membership (student discounts apply). “We are fortunate to have such generous partners including Bio-Medical Instruments, Inc., the oldest and largest organization dedicated to biofeedback in the world, who help make this conference possible,” said Deering. Deering went on to say, “this will be a great opportunity for professionals and students to be exposed to what’s current in the area of behavioral medicine and biofeedback.”

For more information, and or to register for the MSBMB conference, please visit www.bio-medical.com and select workshops, then MSBMB and/or contact Brian at 888.521.4640.

ForMore Information Contact:
Brian Milstead

NeuroHealth Management LLC
Don Deering