This article reviews several important considerations in making the decision to develop a specialty in neurofeedback (NFB). These include: interest in expanding one's clinical expertise in neuroanatomy and neuroscience; aptitude for work with computers, software and equipment; and ethical considerations such as boundaries of practice, qualification, skillful practice, specialty supervision and continuing education. It also reviews important practical issues such as program design and focus, promotion, billing challenges and costs of training, supervision, equipment and supplies. The article then concludes with a brief discussion of the potential value of a NFB specialty to clients, counselors and the counseling profession.

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