I offer one-on-one and group mentoring to practitioners pursuing board certification in neurofeedback through the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (bcia.org). I have 15 years experience with neurofeedback in my practice, having attended over 30 neurofeedback, EEG and QEEG continuing education lectures and training courses since 2004. I earned my Master’s Degree (MEd, EdS) in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Virginia in 2007 and became a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Virginia in 2009. I am co-founder of the Virginia Center for Neurofeedback, Attachment & Trauma.
I began studying Quantitative Electroencephalography (QEEG) in 2012 with Jay Gunkelman and learned from him up to his retirement in 2019.
I currently work closely with Dr. Ron Swatzyna of Clinical Neuroanalytics, and in the past have done one-on-one mentoring with many other leaders in the fields of neurofeedback and QEEG.
In my capacity as a board member and past-president of the Mid-Atlantic Biofeedback Society, and through my professional relationships, I enjoy supporting other practitioners in developing or expanding their clinical application of neurofeedback. I have been mentoring other clinicians in various capacities since 2012. I have served as an approved supervisor for clinical interns and residents for licensure as mental health counselors in Virginia, and I was a Site Adjunct Instructor for Old Dominion University’s Human Services Bachelor’s internship program capstone course for five years.
In addition to studying psychology in undergraduate school, I studied graphic design and fine arts and still enjoy expressing myself through creative and artistic outlets. I am also interested in esoteric and metaphysical studies, yoga and holistic health. I enjoy reading (my favorite genres are fantasy and memoirs) and playing geeky board games with friends.
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