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. She assists clients who desire it with guided imagery to help them delve deeper into the mind-body connection for enhanced wellbeing.
Carolyn’s inborn talents were enhanced after earning a master’s degree in counseling from East Tennessee State University, one of two master’s degrees she holds. While studying for her second master’s degree in medical science from Emory University, she discovered that she had a learning disability affecting her visual/perceptual processing which explained, finally, why school had always been so difficult for her. When she underwent neurofeedback training in 1996, she experienced what she felt was the right and left hemispheres of her brain properly communicating with each other for the first time, significantly reducing the discomfort of her learning disability.
Outside of the office Carolyn has hosted an ongoing healing circle since 2004 in Jupiter, Florida and authored three motivational books. She enjoys theater, especially musicals, “sappy girly movies,” bike riding, walking and swimming.