LOS ANGELES NEUROFEEDBACK CENTER TEAM
Using next generation technology to holistically heal the brain and create a non-pharmacological, non-invasive, enduring path for clients to feel like themselves again and improve their quality of life after suffering from a range of health conditions, including: PTSD, Anxiety, Concussion, Traumatic Brain Injury, Chronic Pain, Depression, ADHD, ADD and Migraines.
Founder, Head NeuroCoach
After experiencing the powerful difference Neurofeedback had on optimizing her brain—and seeing the transforming results it gave to others, Meg founded the Los Angeles Neurofeedback Center in 2012. Meg believes that with a rebalanced mind, people of any age can reclaim and enrich their lives. Meg is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara with a bachelor’s degree in Biology. She studied Neurofeedback at Brain State Technologies.
Serving Los Angeles Neurofeedback Center as an administrative coordinator, Leticia has over 10 years of experience as a Marriage and Family Therapist. Her goal with us is to support others in making positive changes in their lives.
Her background has been in providing individual and family therapy and providing ABA therapy to individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Leticia received her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Southern California. She has recently begun practicing yoga, enjoys reading, and is currently searching for a dog or puppy to join her family.
Lead NeuroCoach, HeartMath Specialist
Jocelyn trained as a NeuroCoach at the Los Angeles Neurofeedback Center under the expertise of Meg Stuppy. She furthered her biofeedback expertise at the HeartMath Institute. When she is not training clients in HeartMath or administering direct neurofeedback at the Los Angeles Neurofeedback Center, she brings adaptive yoga and meditation to high risk youth, family and homeless communities. She is a graduate of Yale University and has taught yoga, meditation and brain-body balance extensively for 10 years.
NeuroCoach & Myndlift Specialist
Though currently serving as a NeuroCoach for Los Angeles Neurofeedback Center, Jillian has worked as a crisis counselor and advocate for children and adult survivors of crime. She also has experience providing individual, group and family therapy to adolescents with behavioral and emotional disturbances in a residential setting and has supervised counselors in substance abuse treatment facilities. Jillian received both her Bachelor’s and her Master’s degree in Social Work from West Virginia University.
Tania has served several organizations, including the UCLA Depression Grand Challenge, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Active Minds, and the Ronald McDonald House in Pasadena. She is currently completing her Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology at the California School for Professional Psychology with a focus on trauma and serving multicultural communities. Tania received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Music History at UCLA. She is fluent in English and Spanish.
Hope trained as a NeuroCoach at the Los Angeles Neurofeedback Center under the expertise of Meg Stuppy. She has experience working and serving different populations such as individuals with autism, individuals experiencing homelessness, as well as substance use and mental health treatment facilities. Hope received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at California State University Dominguez Hills. She is currently pursuing her Masters in Counseling Psychology at California State University Long Beach.
Anastasia trained as a NeuroCoach at the Los Angeles Neurofeedback Center under the expertise of Meg Stuppy. She has many years of experience working and serving different populations: inspiring and promoting wellness in cancer patients, homeless communities, veterans with combat trauma through art and collaboration with different wellness professionals, therapists, yoga/ meditation trainers and healers. Moreover, she has extensive experience working with developmentally and emotionally challenged children. Anastasia received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at UC San Diego.
Britney Ortiz moved to California motivated and with a desire to change the world for the better. Britney’s personal battle with depression ignited a drive to hack her own Central Nervous System, using some of today’s most advanced science and technology. She has literally been indestructible ever since. As a Pilates instructor, stretch therapist, former pro bodybuilder, nutritionist, actress and RTT Hypnotherapy practitioner, her dynamic and diverse background makes her a Jack of all trades. Outside of the box thinking, combined with Britney’s overall knowledge and passion for health & wellness led to facilitating her own cannabis infused Pilates instruction that has been featured on several media outlets.
After experiencing the positive effects of Neurofeedback on her life, Sue developed a passion for learning about the brain, optimal functioning, and self-care. She has spent the last few years working with several different kinds of neurofeedback modalities in different settings. She graduated from California State University Northridge with two bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Philosophy and she hopes to further her professional career as a Marriage and Family Therapist.
“The Los Angeles Neurofeedback team goes above and beyond to care, treat and understand their clients. Highly recommend this treatment and company to anyone looking for self-improvement in their life."
– K. MCGREW
LOS ANGELES NEUROFEEDBACK CENTER MISSION
LANC is a leader in the Biofeedback and Neurofeedback Therapy field, dedicated to restoring the life of each client. Our clients ages range from 17 month old to 92 years young. Due to LANC’s effectiveness, we serve as the specialty Neurofeedback Therapy provider for many Rehab and Wellness Centers throughout Los Angeles. LANC also serves Veteran Communities, Active Military, Professional Athletes and Performers.
WEST LA OFFICE
12121 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 810, LA, CA 90025
Phone: (323) 705-3031
Monday – Friday: 7:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday: 8:30am – 7:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am – 6:30pm
SANTA BARBARA OFFICE
2329 Oak Park Ln., #1, Santa Barbara, CA 93105
Phone: (805) 322-4375
Tuesday – Saturday: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday – Monday: 12:00pm – 6:00pm
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