Stephanie received her Bachelors degree at Purdue University in Behavioral Science in 2012. She decided to continue her education and focus on the clinical side of mental health. She attended Valparaiso University where she received her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2015. She worked as a career counselor at Valparaiso University assisting young adults in the transitioning from home to college and beyond. She began her post education professional training at the Institute for Applied Neuroscience in North Carolina where she was introduced to neurofeedback technology. Stephanie then spent the next few years focusing on neurofeedback and brainwave technologies at the EEG Institute in Woodland Hills, California. Stephanie then created AIM services, a business that focused on the education and use of of neurofeedback in the medical community. As a brainwave practitioner she collaborated with the Healing Arts Center, an alternative medical treatment facility, providing neurofeedback as well as brain stimulation technology to patients. She worked with a wide range of illnesses such as Lyme Disease, Anxiety, Depression, Addictions, Sleep Disorders, Autism, ADHD and PTSD. Stephanie also collaborated with the Homecoming for Veterans program working one on one with Veterans providing cutting edge neurofeedback to assist in military service related PTSD. In addition she provided services for individuals focusing on brain training, specific to peak performance in sports and education. She has been an integral part of several research studies focusing on brainwave activity and it's role in brain and body healing.
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