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Sue Othmer Sue Othmer, BCN
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Susan Othmer is Clinical Director of the EEG Institute in Woodland Hills, California. She has been involved in clinical research and the development of EEG biofeedback protocols since 1988. She teaches professional training courses in neurofeedback, and presents clinical research findings in professional forums.
  Siegfried Othmer Siegfried Othmer, PhD
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Since 1985 Siegfried Othmer has been engaged in the development of research-grade instrumentation for EEG feedback, and since 1987 has been involved in the research of clinical applications utilizing that instrumentation. Currently he is Chief Scientist at the EEG Institute in Woodland Hills, California.
Roxana Sasu, RN Roxana Sasu, RN
Roxana Sasu received her Medical Degree from Carol Davila Faculty for General Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania and worked as a General Practitioner in one of the biggest clinical hospitals in the area. She later became involved in nutritional research and used nutritional supplements in conjunction with western medical treatments. She has been successfully training clients using the Othmer Method at the EEG Institute since May 2008. Her clinical interests include emotional trauma and eating disorders, as well as physiological disregulations related to anxiety and depression.
  Evvy Shapero, MA Evvy Shapero, MA
Evvy Shapero received her Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University. She has been working in the field of neurofeedback for more than sixteen years, and has been affiliated with the EEG Institute since its inception. Evvy has been training adults and children in her private practice for the past twelve years, where she creates an atmosphere of genuine concern and warmth toward her clients. Together they develop a treatment plan based on individual needs. Her practice specializes in chronic pain and pain management, ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, migraines, PTSD, obsessive compulsive disorder and panic disorder.
Philippe Gauffriau Philippe Gauffriau
Philippe Gauffriau is an occupational therapist with more than 10 years of experience. His key interests are pediatrics and neurology. He has additional education as an ADD/ADHD therapist, and has been working in the field of neurofeedback for many years, with a focus on the Othmer Method. He is happily married, and the proud father of a son. He teaches courses in both German and French.
  Meike Wiedemann Dr. Meike Wiedemann
Meike Wiedemann is a neurobiologist and works as an associate professor for biofeedback and neurofeedback at the University Hohenheim, Germany. Her research is focused on the development of pre-clinical screening models, and the effect of micro-gravitation on the central nervous system. She has run a private practice for biofeedback and hypnosis, with an emphasis on neurofeedback, in Stuttgart since 2002. She has been employed as Chief Scientist at EEG Info Europe since early 2011, where she is responsible for coordinating studies in the field of neurofeedback and for participating in the further development of the Othmer Method. She teaches courses in both German and English.
Bernhard Wandernoth Dr. Bernhard Wandernoth
Bernhard Wandernoth is an electrical engineer and who specializes in information technology and signal processing. Since 1989 he has participated in high-technology programs in the field of ultra-fast information exchange between satellites. He has been cooperatively developing neurofeedback systems with Susan and Siegfried Othmer, exclusively for EEG Info, since 2004. He has said of his work that "There is no big difference, if you deal with the weak signals of a faraway satellite or with the weak signals we measure as an EEG from the cortex." He teaches courses in both English and German.
  Dr. med. Maike Pellarin Dr. Maike Pellarin
Dr. Maike Pellarin is a specialist in child and adolescent psychiatry and psychotherapy. She has been the chief physician of the AHG Clinic for Children and Adolescents in Beelitz-Heilstaetten since 2009. She has many years' experience in psychotherapeutic work with children and youngsters and their parents. Behavioral therapy, systemic family therapy, hypnosis, dialectical behavioral therapy, and dog therapy are part of her psychotherapeutic repertoire. She had her first contact with neurofeedback in 1998 during her work at the University of Göttngen, in the department of child and adolescent psychiatry. She teaches the fundamentals of psychiatric disorders in the German language introductory courses.
Dr. Henning Alberts Dr. Henning Alberts
Since 1978, Henning Alberts has focused on hypnotherapy in his practice. He has been combining and integrating classic hypnotherapy with the Ericksons' approach and the techniques of NLP with a focus on therapeutic interventions since 1983. In 1987 he co-founded the Institut Synapse in Stuttgart, and continued training groups in hypnotherapy and NLP and hypnosis until 1997. He teaches courses in German.
  Renate Kleinsmiede Renate Kleinsmiede
Renate Kleinsmiede has studied general and clinical psychology at Fribourg University. She also has additional training as redimental teacher. She is married, has two grown up children und oparates in Fribourg/Switzerland a successful neurofeedback clinic, specialised in working with autistic children.

She teaches courses in French and German.
Andrea Blunck Andrea Blunck
Andrea Blunck is a psychologist who specializes in neuropsychology. She has been pioneer in introducing clinical neurofeedback practice on the Canary Islands. Currently, she balances her clinical work with ADHD children in Zurich/Switzerland with her research career, writing her dissertation about ADHD and neurofeedback and overseeing a study in neurofeedback. She teaches courses in both English and Spanish.
  Dr. Juri Kropotov Dr. Juri Kropotov
Juri Kropotov is a USSR State Prize Winner. He has worked as the Director of Laboratory at the Institute of the Human Brain at the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia, and as Professor II at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway. Dr. Kropotov teaches qEEG and Evoked Potential courses for HBImed AG in English.

Dr. Juri Kropotov teaches QEEG and Evoked Potential courses for HBImed AG in English.
Jyri Kuusela Jyri Kuusela
Jyri Kuusela is physicist who specializes in space physics and the development of scientific instruments. He has broad experience working on several projects with the European Space Agency. Inspired by Bernhard Wandernoth, he initiated the neurofeedback project for Ataman Science in Tenerife two years ago. He runs a group of neurofeedback clinics and is also involved in qEEG / ERP analysis. He teaches courses in Spanish.
  David Villa David Villa
David Villa is psychologist who specializes in crisis and emergency intervention. He is also certified in social intervention and in the prevention and treatment of violence at the University of San Francisco. As coordinator of the neurofeedback department at Ataman Science in Madrid, he has been working with neurofeedback and has integrated this tool into his clinical practice, along with psychotherapy. He teaches courses in Spanish.
Dr. Joannis N. Nestoros Dr. Joannis N. Nestoros
Joannis N. Nestoros is a psychiatrist who studied psychiatry at McGill University, Montreal, and received his Medical Degree in Athens. He is Board Certified to practice psychiatry in the US, Canada and Greece. His work in neurophysiology with single neuron intracellular and extra cellular recordings lead to a Ph.D. in Neurophysiology. He is trained in psychotherapy, and is on the Board of Directors of the European Institute of Integrative Psychotherapy. He also has research experience in Clinical Psychopharmacology. Presently he is a Professor at the University of Crete and the Scientific Director at Synchronal Amphiaraia Research Company. He teaches courses in Greek.
  Orhan Kilicci Orhan Kilicci
Orhan Kilicci worked in different business fields for 20 years before completing his Master's degree in psychological counselling. He began his clinical work in southern Turkey in 2011. He founded EEG Info Turkey in October 2013, with the mission of teaching the Othmer Method, and distributing neurofeedback equipment. He teaches in Turkish.
Virginia Rojas Virginia Rojas Albrieux
Virginia Rojas Albrieux is a clinical psychologist and has been involved in neurofeedback since 2006. She is a pioneer in Latin America in the application of the Infra- Low Frequency Training and the Othmer Method for neurofeedback. She is dedicated to training clients of all ages at her private office in Bogotá, Colombia. She has additional studies in mind/body medicine and neuropsychology, and is particularly interested in developmental disorders and trauma. Virginia is also very passionate about nutrition and a healthy life style as a way to reach a good quality of life. She teaches the Othmer Method in spanish language for Latin American countries.
  Dr. Uta Bastian Dr. Uta Bastian
Uta Bastian has many years of experience in the in- and out-patient fields of child and adolescent psychiatry. She was head of the acute department of child psychiatry at the University of Oslo, Norway.

She has a Norwegian University degree in cognitive behavioral therapy and extensive clinical and scientific experience in this field. She has also worked as a scientific associate at the National Competence Center for Autism at the University of Oslo. In 2009 she published a book in Norway about ADHD, which describes the disorder from the point of view of the child. Since the summer of 2012 she has been running her own practice in St. Wendel, Germany. She teaches in German.

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