EINDHOVEN, Netherlands, Feb. 17 /CNW/ -- What do Dr. Peper, Dr. Sigmund
Freud and Arnold Schwarzenegger have in common?
Many people in the United States will be surprised to learn that
Europeans love Dr. Peper. Not the well known soft drink but Dr. Erik Peper,
President of the Biofeedback Foundation of Europe and recipient of the
prestigious California Governor's Award. Dr. Erik Peper opens the 13th Annual
Conference of the Biofeedback Foundation of Europe in Eindhoven, The
Netherlands on February 24, 2009. To register for the conference visit our
website at http://www.bfe.org/events.html. Dr. Erik Peper is an international
authority on Biofeedback and self-regulation. He is past President of the
Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback and currently a
tenured professor at San Francisco State University.
Dr. Erik Peper's highly anticipated second book has just been released.
Biofeedback Mastery: An Experiential Teaching and Self-Training Manual covers
basic skills derived from more than 30 years of biofeedback training and
teaching experience. The book and an accompanying software package have been
adopted by the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna for the first ever European
course on biofeedback. According to Mag Monika Fuhs, Editor in Chief of the
foundation's E-Journal Psychophysiology Today, "It is hard to believe that a
Dutch psychologist trained at Harvard and now teaching in San Francisco would
be the recipient of an award from an Austrian weight lifter that later became
the Governor of California. Even more surprising when you think that Dr.
Peper's book 'Biofeedback Mastery' is the standard textbook for the course
that will be taught at the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna, and that
biofeedback and neurofeedback are like taking the body and mind to the gym!"
For details on how to order the E-journal, Dr. Peper's book and software
package go to http://www.bfe.org/events.html.
For North Americans unable to make the trip to Eindhoven, Dr. Peper is
instructing a 5-Day Professional Biofeedback Mastery course in 2009 in New
York in August (1-5) and October (24-28), designed to teach clinicians
biofeedback fundamentals and cutting-edge applications. The program covers all
48 hours of the BCIA Didactic Biofeedback Education requirements through
powerful demonstrations of biofeedback and adjunctive procedures, imaginative
hands-on lab exercises with multi-channel computerized equipment, professional
multimedia presentations, and comprehensive review materials. To register
For further information:
For further information: Carol Meyers of BFE Education Manager,
firstname.lastname@example.org, +1-518-632-1018 Web Site: http://www.bfe.org/events.html