Sue Othmer, BCN E1075
Clinical Director - Certified Neurofeedback Practitioner
Sue Othmer received her BA in physics from Cornell University in 1966. She continued with graduate study in Neurobiology and Behavior at Cornell and the UCLA Brain Research Institute until 1971.
Sue has been working clinically with neurofeedback since 1988. She has worked with a wide variety of clients seeking symptom reduction and/or performance enhancement. She has a special interest in working with adults and children with neurological or developmental disorders.
As clinical director of the EEG Institute, Sue currently divides her time between working with neurofeedback clients, teaching professional courses on neurofeedback, and collaborating on the development of new neurofeedback instrumentation and protocols.
Virginia Rojas Albrieux, Psychologist, OMC
Virginia Rojas Albrieux is a psychologist and Director of Education for EEG Info.
Virginia is committed to supporting clinicians to reach a high level of competence in applying the Othmer Method of neurofeedback through professional training courses and mentoring.
She has been involved with neurofeedback since 2006, training children and adults in her practice. Virginia has taught the Othmer Method throughout Latin America, India, and the US, both in English and Spanish language.
She holds additional studies in Mind/Body medicine and neuropsychology, is particularly interested in developmental trauma, and is very passionate about neuroscience, nutrition, and brain health.
Gayle Dizon, RN, PHN, MSN
Gayle Dizon is a Registered Nurse. She has degrees in Nursing and Psychology. Her background includes Neuro Med-Surgery, Palliative Care, and Othmer Method Neurofeedback.
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