NIC 2020

May 22-23, 2020

Hyatt Regency, Atlanta, GA

Welcome to the website of the 2020 Neurofeedback Interchange Conference. Download the registration form

In May 2020, the EEGer neurofeedback clinician community will gather for training, trading protocols, and fun. There will be two days of pre-conference courses –  May 20-21, 2020. The conference will be held again at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Atlanta, GA. The conference itself happens May 22-23, 2020.


Do I need to be an EEGER Affiliate to attend?

Many of the participants in the Neurofeedback Interchange Conference every year are EEG Education & Research Affiliates, because cultivating a vibrant clinician community is a core value we all share. Still, it definitely isn’t a requirement to attend! Our conference is an open forum for the exchange of ideas and experience for anyone interested in neurofeedback as a means of healing.

The conference program will be of interest to anyone practicing (or learning about) neurofeedback. There is a special focus on the software that our community uses, but we remain open-minded, and many clinicians will use different tools for different situations.

How do I register for the NIC?

Download the NIC2020 Registration form .

Then print, complete, and fax it to us at 1-818-886-1443.

You’ll be able to register online shortly.

Is there a schedule I can download?
What is neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a method of training the brain to improve function.

When the brain is not functioning well, evidence of this often shows up in the EEG (Electroencephalogram).

A better functioning brain can improve sleep patterns. When you sleep more efficiently, you are more alert during the day.

Neurofeedback can also help with anxiety, depression, migraines, and chronic pain. It can be helpful in managing attention – how well you can persist even at a boring task.

Neurofeedback can help you manage the emotions. Emotions may feel like the real you, but your brain has a lot to say about how you feel and react. If the emotions are out of control, that’s trainable. If they aren’t there—as in lack of empathy, for example—that, too, is trainable.

Finally, there are some specific issues where the EEG neurofeedback training can be helpful, such as in cases of seizures, traumatic brain injury, stroke, and autism. In these instances the training does not so much get rid of the problem as it simply organizes the brain to function better in the context of whatever injury or loss exists.

What is the Neurofeedback Interchange Conference?

The Neurofeedback Interchange Conference is an annual opportunity for  members of the EEG Education & Research affiliate program, clinicians of the broader neurofeedback community,  and especially EEGer users to gather together. We share experience, research, and clinical approaches. We explore interesting and challenging work and compelling questions.

It’s a wonderful opportunity to spend some time with other professionals who also have a passion for neurofeedback and empowering people to heal themselves.

Courses, discussions, community-building, technical support, and neurofeedback protocol swaps are all aspects of this event that clinicians value.

Where can i find more information about the pre-conference courses?

More information about courses at the Neurofeedback Interchange Conference will be found on the courses page.

Where can I learn more about neurofeedback?

We are a network of clinicians, teachers and researchers dedicated to  advancing the science and application of neurofeedback. If you want to learn more about this powerful treatment, or about what we do, please get in touch with us by writing to info@neurofeedbackinterchange.org, or visit us online at http://eeger.com.


EEG Education & Research

Founded to continue the work of EEG Spectrum International, Inc., EEG Education & Research Inc. is comprised of a highly-regarded and well-trained affiliate community of more than 600 neurofeedback professionals worldwide.

We assist in a variety of research projects to advance the field of neurofeedback.


We believe that brain-based self-regulation is a vital part of the achievement of full human potential. With that in mind, we work to explore and develop advanced technologies for self-regulation, self-awareness, and self-knowledge.


We aim to assist and further the field of neurofeedback in the following ways: help educate fellow professionals in EEG biofeedback applications and techniques, publish clinical research, provide technical information, and produce training materials.

We also strive to encourage the development of state-of-the-art software and instrumentation for biofeedback, assessment and evaluation, as well as for data gathering and the dissemination of clinical findings.

We are passionate about promoting neurofeedback – and wish to aid the market expansion of clinical service delivery by assisting with the establishment of affiliate offices, expanding the practitioner network, and creating educational and promotional materials.


We believe in the innate healing potential of the individual and in the use of EEG biofeedback to facilitate the healing process.

We are committed to respecting the dignity of our affiliates and employees, and the necessity for complete honesty and integrity in our dealings with them. Our primary focus must be on meeting the needs of neurofeedback practitioners.

We believe in promoting creativity and innovation among our employees, and in recognizing the contributions and achievements of everyone.