Why neurofeedback?

When I found out about neurofeedback in 2006, I was surprised by the notion that the brain can make positive changes by simply observing its own activity.  After many years of studying the brain, mind, and body, it became clear to me that we have access to an innate healing potential.  The fact that technology can help access this sounded very promising and revolutionary.  I felt fortunate that I could combine my interest and passion in one modality.  


Personal Background

Growing up in a healthcare family ignited my curiosity for the human mind and body.  I became increasingly interested due to the fact that I had the sense that my nervous system was stuck in a survival pattern, though I knew it was not needed.  Neurofeedback helped me and I have witnessed shifts in patterns and symptoms for numerous clients after trying many different therapies and medications.  I am excited to be part of this revolutionary field that can make a significant difference in peoples' lives.

Education and Work Experience

I received my Master’s Degree in Clinical Neuropsychology from the University of Amsterdam in 2010 and have recently graduated in Counseling Psychology.  I worked in a rehabilitation clinic for adults with neurological disorders and then as a neurofeedback trainer and counselor with clients suffering from a broad range of disorders like depression, anxiety, developmental trauma, PTSD, and ADHD.  After moving to the US, I worked for a licensed clinical neuropsychologist and provided biofeedback and neurofeedback services for children, teens, and adults using the ‘Othmer Method’ neurofeedback.  I am a member of the EEG Institute in Los Angeles and receive ongoing training and mentoring from Sue and Siegfried Othmer, pioneers in the field of neurofeedback.  I am currently working towards my marriage and family therapy license and committed to deepen my work as a neurofeedback provider through many avenues.