The Professional School Of Behavioral Health Sciences offers a Professional Certificate in the Science of Breathing Behavior Analysis, Certification as Certified Breathing Behavior Analyst, and a Professional Diploma in Behavioral Breathing Science to qualified applicants.
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Statistics suggest that tens millions of people world-wide suffer with the profound and misunderstood symptoms and deficits of learned dysfunctional breathing habits. Unfortunately, these habits are rarely identified by practitioners, their effects mistakenly attributed to other causes, and their resolutions prescriptive in nature where focus is on symptoms rather than on causes.
The Professional School (1) trains healthcare practitioners, human service professionals, health educators, and performance enhancement consultants to integrate breathing learning services into their practices and businesses; (2) trains breathing specialists, e.g., breathworkers, to integrate the principles of behavior analysis into their practices; and (3) trains high-performance professionals such as athletes, performers, artists, and pilots, to bring breathing science applications into their work. To this end the School offers two breathing behavior analysis programs.
Professional Certificate: Science of Breathing Behavior Analysis
Earning this Certificate requires completing three webinars during a trimester, including: Respiratory Psychophysiology, Breathing Habit Assessment, and Breathing Habit Modification. These courses constitute three units of credit and 45 professional CE hours.
Professional Certification: Certified Breathing Behavior Analyst
Becoming Certified as a Breathing behavior Analyst requires completing the Proseminar, Case Analysis, Review, and Practicum, during the trimester following the Certificate training. During the Proseminar candidates present cases of their own and provide feedback for colleagues. The Proseminar constitutes another three units of credit and 45 professional CE hours.