What is your experience?
Nadia is a cognitive neuroscientist and psychologist with over 10 years of intensive neurofeedback and biofeedback practice. She has worked with clients of all ages and backgrounds helping them to improve a wide range of symptoms and achieve their goals. Besides her experience in applied neuroscience research from several prestigious academic institutions in Germany and from the University of Reading in the UK, Nadia has trained at the neuropsychological department of the Clinic Helios Holthausen in Germany, creating personalised rehabilitation plans and assisting patients in regaining brain functionality and at the EEG Train Centre Hannover in Germany, assessing incoming therapy patients and designing bespoke neurotherapy plans for clients with various disorders of affect regulation. Nadia has keen interest in developmental neuroscience and has been involved in projects assessing and supporting preschool and primary school children’s development.
What are your your qualifications?
Nadia is a certified neurofeedback therapist and qEEG analyst with a certification from the European Institute of EEG Biofeedback and Applied Neuroscience, where she is currently involved as a guest lecturer at neurofeedback courses and workshops.
Nadia has been fortunate to receive training and mentoring by some of the world experts in the field of neurofeedback and applied neuroscience. Dr Doerte Klein, Dr Robert Thatcher, Dr Thomas Collura and Prof Richard Gevirtz, Dr Nicholas Dogris, Dr Tiffany Thompson and Jamie Moore are the teachers who have shaped Nadia’s development as a neurotherapist. Nadia is member of the Association of Applied Biofeedback and Psychophysiology and the International Society of Neural Regulation and attends regularly international meetings and conferences to ensure that her knowledge and expertise are up-to-date with the most recent developments in the field.
Nadia’s educational background is in Cognitive Neuroscience (BSc) and Neuropsychology (MSc) and Psychology (CP). Nadia is member of the Applied Association of Biofeedback and Psychophysiology, the International Society of Neurofeedback Research and a postgraduate member of the British Neuroscience Association and the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies
What would you do if you realise that you are not able to help me?
We have a very good success rate and many happy clients, whose lives have been transformed by the neurofeedback and neuromodulation methods we use. However, neurotherapy is not a panacea- it refers to a range of computer assisted neuroregulatory and learning methods, which have various degree of efficacy in different cases. In cases, in which we realise that we are not able to help, we suggest to the client to see an independent professional or a professional from our network who, in our view, would be in a better position to address their symptoms. We work closely with a neurorehabilitation consulant, a senior neurologist, a psychiatrist, a team of ostheopaths and a nutritionist to provide the best possible holistic care for our clients.