Sue Othmer, BA, BCIAC
Clinical Director - Certified Neurofeedback Practitioner
Sue Othmer received her BA in physics from Cornell University in 1966. She continued with graduate study in Neurobiology and Behavior at Cornell and the UCLA Brain Research Institute until 1971.
Sue has been working clinically with neurofeedback since 1988. She has worked with a wide variety of clients seeking symptom reduction and/or performance enhancement. She has a special interest in working with adults and children with neurological or developmental disorders.
As clinical director of the EEG Institute, Sue currently divides her time between working with neurofeedback clients, teaching professional courses on neurofeedback, and collaborating on the development of new neurofeedback instrumentation and protocols.
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Roxana Sasu, RN
Roxana received her MD from Carol Davila Faculty for General Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania and worked as a General Practitioner in one of the biggest Clinical Hospitals there. She then became involved in nutritional research and used nutritional supplements in conjunction with western medical treatments.
She entered the Neurofeedback field in May 2008 and has successfully trained clients using the Othmer Method at the EEG Institute since then. Her clinical interests include emotional trauma and eating disorders as well as physiological disregulations related to anxiety and depression.
EEG Institute - HC4V Participant
Homecoming for VeteransA national outreach program to provide free Neurofeedback training for veterans for the rehabilitation of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and issues of brain performance resulting from traumatic brain injury, blast injury, concussion, whiplash, and chemical exposure.
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Gayle Dizon Campos, RN, MSN
Gayle has been a California-Licensed Registered Nurse since 2006. She earned a B.A. in Psychology from University of California, Irvine in 2002, a B.S. in Nursing from Mount St. Mary's College in 2006, and an M.S. in Nursing from University of Phoenix in 2010. Her clinical experience includes medical-surgical (neurosurgery) at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles and hospice care.
She joined the EEG Institute in April 2011 and is helping clients achieve quality results utilizing the Othmer Method. Her chief interests include sleep disorders, depression, anxiety, PTSD and chronic pain.