The cover of this Fall 2012 issue of Biofeedback shows a view of Portland, Oregon, which will be the scene for the March 13–16, 2013 annual meeting. The meeting theme is Creating Synergy: Integrating Methods and Modalities. This special issue focuses on advances in the applications of quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG) and neurofeedback. The issue will give the reader an idea of the scope today of neurofeedback practice. The disorders addressed by these articles range from attention deficit disorder and oppositional and defiant disorder to nocturnal enuresis to dysgraphia. I extend my special thanks to John Davis and Roger DeBeus who served as special editors for this issue.

Fredric Shaffer, Judy Crawford, and Donald Moss provide an article on the role of the mentor in the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA) certification process. BCIA requires a specified number of mentoring hours with a BCIA-certified biofeedback practitioner for whichever of its...

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