The School of Breathing Sciences offers the following Certification Program for FALL Trimester 2017.  Additional courses available for CE credit for the Fall 2017 trimester will be listed in late September 2017.


CERTIFICATION Program (six academic units, 125 hours CE)

The Fall 2017 Certification Program, Certified Breathing Behavior Analyst, offered by the School of Breathing Sciences, is available for enrollment now.  Click here to REGISTER .

The Breathing Habit Analysis Certificate program (Educational Capnography) is a fully live-interactive webinar-based curriculum that qualifies healthcare practitioners, human service professionals, performance consultants, and health educators to: (1) to assess breathing habits and their effects on health and performance based on the principles of behavior analysis, (2) to assist clients in managing and/or overcoming dysfunctional breathing habits that compromise physiology, psychology, and performance based on the principles of behavior modification, and (3) to use capnography instrumentation for assisting their clients in identifying and overcoming dysfunctional breathing habits.

The 125-hour curriculum includes three 15-hour workshop courses (45 hours), one 30-hour Case Review Seminar, and one 50-hour Service Practicum (working with clients in your own setting). Participants completing the Certificate earn six ACADEMIC (university) units and 75 CE (continuing education) hours upon completing the Certificate. All units taken may be also applied toward earning the MS degree in Applied Breathing Sciences.  The Certificate includes the following Graduate School offerings:

October 7 – 8, 7:00 am/9:00 am – 5:30 pm Mountain Time
COURSE: 301 Respiratory Psychophysiology
1 academic unit, 15 hours CE, two 1-day sessions

October 14 – 15, 8:00 am/9:00 am – 5:30 Mountain Time
COURSE: 404 Breathing Habit Assessment
1 academic unit, 15 hours CE, two 1-day sessions

October 21 – 22, 9:00 am – 5:30 pm Mountain Time
COURSE: 405 Breathing Habit Modification
1 academic unit, 15 hours CE, two 1-day sessions

October 30; November 6, 13, 20, 27; December 4, 11, 18
PROSEMINAR: 601 Case Analysis & Review
2 academic units, 30 hours CE, eight 4-hour sessions, 4:00 – 8:00 pm

October – December, on your own time in your own practice
PRACTICUM: 701 Service Practicum
1 academic unit, 50 hours of practical experience, in your own setting

Four of the Practicum sessions are formally presented during Case Review sessions.
Ten 3-hour Case Review sessions are scheduled during the 10-week practicum time.

Each course is held on a Saturday and Sunday, a week apart (see above dates).  All three courses are completed in three weekends. Case Review Sessions and the Practicum are completed during the last 10 weeks of the trimester.

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