Biofeedback Technicians   


Biofeedback Technicians 
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Fight Stress! Become a Biofeedback Technician

Gain valuable work experience as a biofeedback technician by helping your fellow UCR students learn relaxation techniques in a clinical counseling setting.

What is Biofeedback?

Biofeedback is the use of sensors to gather information on psychophysiological processes within the body related to stress and anxiety, such as skin temperature and heart rate. With biofeedback instruments, you may learn to recognize the relationship between psychological and physiological changes and help train others to control their bodily responses, such as slowing and deepening their breathing.

Training Program

As a Biofeedback Technician, you will:

  • Train clients in multiple relaxation and imagery techniques.
  • Gain valuable work experience in a clinical counseling setting.
  • Explain the computer generated information gathered by biofeedback sensors.
  • Learn and utilize basic counseling skills to build a collaborative working relationship with each client.

Biofeedback technicians are required to attend the Mandatory Biofeedback Training that takes place during zero week.  Biofeedback technicians are also required to provide the center with 6-8 hours per week for client appointments and weekly meetings with a supervisor for on-going training. Technicians will also represent Counseling and Psychological Services at tabling events to describe the biofeedback program twice during the school year. Technicians are committed to the program for three consecutive quarters.

Technicians will participate in weekly mandatory group supervision with other technicians and a supervisor to discuss various client issues. Good listening skills are essential. Professionalism and standards of confidentiality are strongly enforced. Most importantly, technicians will learn multiple relaxation and imagery strategies in order to train clients.

Apply Now!

For more information, please contact the biofeedback coordinator at ccpeers@ucr.edu This position is ONLY for current UCR undergraduate students. To apply, 

1. Go to:  https://highlanderlink.ucr.edu/form/start/127182
2. Click on "Submissions"
3. Click on "Biofeedback Application 2017/2018"
4. Complete Application and Upload Resume
5. click "Next"
6. Click "Submit for approval"

Application deadline is Friday, May 5, 2017.

Did You Know?

Counseling and Psychological Services does not provide academic advising. For academic counseling, call 951-827-3411.
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A Counselor On Duty is available at Counseling and Psychological Services weekdays, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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All students who pay UCR registration fees are eligible for free Counseling and Psychological Services.
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Counseling and Psychological Services serves as a national test center for the LSAT and PRAXIS.
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Group therapy allows you to connect to others with similar concerns and to listen to shared issues.
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Couples Counseling is available for students and their partners or spouses.
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Counseling and Psychological Services has designed an online guide to help faculty and staff respond to distressed students.
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Counseling and Psychological Services staff includes licensed psychologists, marriage and family counselors, and pre-doctoral interns.
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Counselors are available by phone 24 hours daily by dialing 951-827-5531 or 951-UCR- TALK
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You can take an online assessment right now to see how you're doing emotionally.
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Everything you discuss with a UCR counselor is confidential unless it falls under the legal exceptions.
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Counselors are available for workshops and presentations, including weekly meditation classes.
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