Director and Chief of Neurotechnology
Brain coach. Teacher. Researcher. Author. Thought leader. These are some of the words used to describe Michael “Mike” Cohen by colleagues and clients alike.
Since 1996 Mike has devoted his life to learning about, using, teaching and perfecting the art and science of neurofeedback and biofeedback. In the process of helping thousands of adults and children, he’s become one of the most sought-out experts in the U.S. on the topic.
Carolyn Cohen, M.A.
Co-Owner and “Hope Coach”
Carolyn Cohen is co-owner of the Center for Brain with her husband, Mike Cohen. She wears many hats, including being in charge of bookkeeping, medical records, marketing oversight and the practice’s correspondence.
Carolyn also brings a skill set to the practice which has contributed significantly to the overall atmosphere of warmth, compassion and caring. Dubbed by some clients the “Hope Coach,” Carolyn provides support to clients as well as education about ways to live a healthier lifestyle – mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually.
EEG & QEEG Consultants
John LeMay, Ph.D., L.M.F.T.
EEG Consultant, Diplomate in Quantitative EEG analysis
Dr. LeMay is a consultant for the Center. In addition to being a licensed therapist, he provides EEG, qEEG brain mapping and ERP analysis for the center. He offers optional neurostimulation technologies for complex clients based on their brain map profile. He assists the Center in providing a comprehensive and innovative approach for helping clients improve brain function.
Robert (Rusty) Turner, MD
Dr. Turner is a neurologist and neuroscientist with more than 30 years’ experience as a physician. His role with the center is to provide second opinions for clients who are dealing with seizures and neurological issues.
Robert Coben, Ph.D
Connectivity Map Consultant
Dr. Coben is the developer of a unique method of applying the connectivity map to learning and processing issues. He interprets the findings of connectivity maps for select Center for Brain clients who need this specialized mapping service.
Professional Courses/Home Training and Support
Elizabeth “Liz” Doyle, Ph.D
Director of Education and Home Supervision Coordinator
Dr. Elizabeth Doyle joined the Center for Brain Training team in 2009. She’s had many roles since then, currently serving as both Director of Education and Home Supervision Coordinator. In these roles she manages the details for training courses for professionals and assists individuals seeking to implement neurofeedback at home.
Pricila Vizcaíno Roel
Clinical Specialist for Remote Training
Pricila’s role is to guide and supervise Center for Brain Training clients throughout the U.S. who’ve purchased home use equipment to ensure they’re receiving maximum benefit.
qEEG Coordinator & Home Use Support Specialist
Darcee McAninley holds a Master of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania after which she earned her PE license (Professional Engineer).
For many years Jayne suffered from chronic migraine headaches. When neurofeedback resulted in her headaches going away in 1992, Jayne “developed a passion” for the science and set about to learn all she could about it.
Ever since she was a little girl, Mandy suffered from anxiety and depression, stemming from early trauma. She developed coping skills through athletics and academics, but by the time she was a junior in high school she was taking anti-anxiety medication. It had temporary benefits but over time didn’t solve the problem.
Front Desk Administrator
Cherie’s warm smile is the first thing most people see when they enter the Center for Brain office. Characterized by a glowing, bubbly personality, Cherie skillfully makes everyone feel welcome from the moment they arrive.
Risa Voorhees, L.C.S.W.
Risa, a licensed clinical social worker, has been in the mental health field for over 20 years. She works with both teens and adults who are dealing with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and major life transitions.
Gwen Carden, M.S.
Client Outreach Coordinator and Marketing Director
One of Gwen’s roles at Center for Brain is to provide information and support to people who have concerns about a condition or challenge for themselves or a loved one, or who want to know about the types of services offered by Center for Brain.
Important Things to Know About Us Before Turning to the Center for Brain Training for Help:
- We see you as a person in distress, not a “patient” or a “case.”
- We believe you when you say you’re in pain or distress.
- We listen to you. With care and compassion. Without judgment.
- We ask a lot of questions to get to know who you are and what makes your problem unique.
- We have an array of specialized tools designed to help re-program the functioning of your brain and body.
Elizabeth, age 35, mother of an active 2 year old, came in with anxiety, and up to 5 panic attacks a day. She said they “are taking over my life”. She had problems with anxiety since the age of 17. She was also suffering from mild depression and was on an antidepressant. She wanted to have another child and she wanted an alternative to medications to help resolve the anxiety before she got pregnant.
As she began treatment, she said that she had to talk herself in coming because she was so anxious. After 12 sessions, she no longer had the anxiety or panic attacks and had reduced her medication in half.
– Elizabeth, 35 year old, North Palm Beach, FL
Thank you for all your help and making me feel much better! You should take great pride in what you do for a living! Many people want to be in professions where they help people but often don’t feel that they actually succeed. You can know for certain that you succeed in helping people and make the world a better place…
– E.K., Palm Beach, Florida