The Business of Remote/Home-Use Neurofeedback (rNFB)
Administrating and costing neurofeedback remote training services
The business side of a neurofeedback practice is an important element that is often neglected. The success of the therapy is dependant on the success of the business, so getting the business case/structure right is fundamentally important.
In this course, David Perl informally talks through the basics of administering and costing a remote neurofeedback practice, discussing various considerations practitioners face when interested in setting up a “home training” model.
After having many similar conversations with practitioners at various stages of their careers looking to integrate rNFB into their practice, he found that there were certain concepts and information that were almost universally helpful and greatly appreciated, so he decided to compile it into this free short online course which is suitable for those interested in establishing remote/home neurofeedback training into their practice.
High-level concepts are discussed to stimulate practitioners to consider a variety of topics which will help them determine if rNFB is the right fit for them and what the next steps to take are. A free costing spreadsheet is included with this course to make it easy for practitioners to understand the costs and appropriate pricing of such a service.
This course is not specific to any particular brand of neurofeedback software and is unsolicited, entirely take-it-or-leave-it and completely free-of-charge!
This free course is offered as guidance only and is not a step-by-step guide to running a business. Rather, this is a discussion on a broad range of administrative and financial topics, specific to maintaining a neurofeedback remote/home training business, based on the questions real practitioners have asked and the answers to which they have found very useful.
We hope you enjoy this complimentary course.
Dr Moshe Perl is a clinical psychologist and expert in neurofeedback and EEG. He has been teaching and mentoring in the field for over 20 years and is known for his ability to make difficult concepts easy to access.
In his spare time, Moshe enjoys making music (guitar and singing), watching Australian Rules Football (AFL), playing with his grandson and engaging in a good theological or philosophical discussion.
David Perl is a jack of all trades and a master of some. From engineering to business management to education and coaching, he is compelled to live in his greatness and catalyze others to live in theirs.
David has been driven to share his father Moshe's knowledge widely. He is very pleased to have created these offerings for the Neurofeedback and EEG/QEEG communities.