Carol offers NeurOptimal Neurofeedback and One Brain® sessions at Integrative Naturopathic Medical Centre in Vancouver, BC.
“In 2011, I suffered a serious concussion in a motor scooter accident. I tried a number of therapies, some of which helped with balance, fatigue and anxiety but the neurological and cognitive symptoms persisted nine months later. Introduced to NeurOptimal Brain Training by a colleague, I experienced dramatic, positive changes within the first 3 sessions.
It was a natural fit for me to pursue this leading edge technique which led to my certification as an Advanced Trainer in NeurOptimal Neurofeedback through the Zengar Institute, Victoria, BC.”
Community involvementCarol volunteers with and is on the Board of Directors of Callanish Society in Vancouver, a non-profit organization providing activities and healing retreats for people living with cancer and their families. Bringing a lifetime of expertise and knowledge in the field of conscious, healthy food preparation and nutrition, Carol provides food services on Callanish Retreats four times a year. “Cooking has always been a passion for me and the fact that I get to do it for people who so need and appreciate it as well as doing so with a team of loving, dynamic, skilled and quirky individuals makes it incredibly rewarding.”
Carol also works with a dynamic group of Naturopathic Doctors and support staff at Integrative Naturopathic Medical Centre. She contributes valuable patient interface skills and technical expertise in Biomeridian Testing as well as utilizing her own expertise in NeurOptimal Neurofeedback and One Brain Kinesiology.