I have a background in a variety of neurofeedback modalities and I am currently a student at the Smith School for Social Work. Upon the completion of the Smith graduate program I will pursue my License in clinical social work. As I move forward I hope to include neurofeedback as a tool within my clinical social work practices, as I have seen the undeniable impacts this work has had on hundreds of clients first hand.

My past educational experiences at Hampshire College focused on trauma psychology along side an interdisciplinary theater/writing concentration. I have organizational management skills which I use in training staff and helping to facilities to run smoothly. Having worked with many neurofeedback modalities, I truly appreciate the Play Attention model for the level of accessibility it offers to clients as well as it’s versatile applications.