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Served in the Army for 21 years. In 2005 I was selected to be one of the first active duty service members to serve as a Sexual Assault Response Coordinator. This assignment changed the path my life would take after I retired. I retired from the U.S. Army in 2010 and completed a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from Argosy University in 2012. During my internship at Prince William County CSB I was introduced to neurofeedback therapy. I learned about neurofeedback therapy’s far-reaching benefits for both professionals and those with mental health disorders. As a veteran I was excited to learn of this noninvasive way to reduce the symptoms of the traumatized brain. I completed intensive neurofeedback therapy training, participated in conferences, and worked under the supervision of a certified provider/trainer over the last six years. There is extensive and growing research supporting the effectiveness of neurofeedback for reducing the symptoms of mental health disorders and helping professionals increase their effectiveness and efficiency. Over the last five years I have provided neurofeedback therapy to children, adolescents, and adults and witnessed the relief of symptoms that were preventing them from reaching their true potential socially, academically, and/or professionally. I have also used it to help me relieve the symptoms of my own trauma history. I can also help you make a difference in your life.
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