Pricila Vizcaíno Roel
Clinical Specialist for Remote Training
Pricila’s role is to guide and supervise Center for Brain Training clients who have purchased home use equipment to ensure they are receiving maximum benefit.
She holds a master’s degree in education from the State University of New York (SUNY) with a specialization in speech therapy and early childhood education.
She worked in that field for 7 years before giving birth to her son Cesar. By the time Cesar was four years old, he had been diagnosed with severe ADHD, a sensory processing disorder and had visual and auditory processing difficulties. Numerous doctors and therapists were unable to help.
Eventually she learned about neurofeedback and found her way to the Center for Brain Training. She took Mike Cohen’s Neurofeedback 101 course for professionals, purchased home use neurofeedback equipment and took it back to her home in Monterrey, Mexico where she trained Cesar. Cesar’s improvement was remarkable. His attention and sleep improved immediately. With time, he gained more self-control, tolerated frustration better and his school performance improved.
Cesar’s improvement prompted her to start a neurofeedback practice, to pursue advanced education in the field and to open her own neurofeedback practice in 2011.
“Neurofeedback changed the life of my son and I am happy to be part of helping change the lives of others,” she said.
In her spare time, Pricila, who is fluent in both English and Spanish, likes to cook and read.