Implementing a viable biofeedback program into an integrative mental health inpatient rehabilitation program has its appeals and its challenges. This article describes the biofeedback program within the Sierra Tucson inpatient rehabilitation hospital. The fact that the field of biofeedback provides a dynamic system of training, education, and empowerment can yield creative programmatic solutions toward integrating this therapy to coalesce within a greater integrative mental health system. A brief outline of the challenges to consider when implementing such a program is offered, along with further discussion regarding the Sierra Tucson program's model and methods.

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