Skip Hrin is a neuropsychologist in Wasilla, Alaska.
When he and his partner Kelci Hatcher decided to enhance their knowledge about neurofeedback, they knew just where to learn about it: Center for Brain Training’s Neurofeedback 101 course.
Susan Crews’ therapy career began in community mental health. Eventually she went on to work with a large population of veterans, specializing in trauma.
Her quest for excellence led her down a path from talk therapy to EMDR and finally to neurofeedback, ultimately seeking out training from Mike Cohen.
Talk therapy wasn’t the answer
Pediatrician Arif Wajid, M.D. became very frustrated with the limitations of medication. He was especially concerned for his patients with developmental delays, ADHD and autism. Not only did medication not help much, but he was troubled by potential side effects such as sleep and appetite problems.
For 25 years Dr. Jacqueline “Jackie” Winchester Davis worked in the education field, eventually becoming principal of a prestigious college prep day school in Plantation, Florida.
Over time she became increasingly concerned by the fact that children with learning challenges had so few options for academic success.
“I wanted to get to the root of learning disabilities instead of just putting a Band-Aid on the problem,
A registered psychologist for 34 years in Johannesburg, South Africa, Inette Taylor found herself the one in need when she was diagnosed in 2009 with multiple sclerosis.
“I had concerns about what pharmacology might do to my brain,” she said. “I was particularly interested in and passionate about finding out how training my central nervous system could optimize my life and my mobility.”
“Sold completely” on neurofeedback
After hearing about neurofeedback,
“Anika” was exhausted. Every night she spent two hours sitting at a table with her son, 14-year-old “Sai,” reading and explaining his homework assignments to him.
Clean clothes piled up, unfolded, on the laundry room table. Dirty dishes from dinner sat in the sink unwashed. (She just had to stop looking). And by the time Anika made it to the gym,