Neurotherapy is essentially EEG biofeedback for the brain and uses monitoring devices to provide real-time data to a person about his or her brainwave patterns, thus opening the door to change them. Neurofeedback is like training a muscle, these changes become stronger with practice.
My career has included a focus on working with children and families and an emphasis on teenagers. Although I have worked with clients of various ages, I am comfortable working with families and I believe that when treating children and teens, family involvement is key to lasting change.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist who provides psychotherapy, neurofeedback, and assessment to local residents of all ages. In addition, I have taught psychology at the undergraduate and graduate level for over 12 years and continue to do so. I also enjoy writing and focus my efforts on topics related to homeschooling, violence prevention, media use, parenting, and ADHD.
I work with people to address the following issues:
- Children and family concerns
- Cognitive changes
- Grief and loss
- Maximizing performance
- Personal growth
- Sleep problems
- Stress management
- Study habits
- Teenage identity and the path to adulthood