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I have 2 years of experience with NeuroCARE™ Neurofeedback Trainer skills in Boulder, CO. I also have 24 years of experience with Trauma Psychotherapist skills.
My education and credentials include MA, CAR, LPC Advanced NeuroCARE™ Neurofeedback Trainer.

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NeuroCARE™ Neurofeedback Trainer Boulder, CO
Trauma Psychotherapist Boulder, CO
More About Me
Singing, T'ai Chi practice, hiking in the Rocky Mountains, meditation, guitar
Work Experience:
Private therapy practice since 1984
Rolf Institute, Certified Advanced Rolfer since 1985
Bachelors from Fordham University, New York City
Masters from Regis Uinversity, Denver, CO
NeuroCARE Neurofeedback Advanced Trainer
Organizations / Affilations:
Access Counseling Supervisor, Boulder, Colorado
Arica Institute Member
License Professional Counselor, Colorado
David Delaney is located in Boulder, CO and has the following skills: NeuroCARE™ Neurofeedback Trainer, Trauma Psychotherapist
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NeuroCARE™ Neurofeedback Trainer

Category: Training

From competitive athletes to the executive board room to the performing artist; students wanting to achieve their best, public speakers, or anyone who wants to function at their best.

Nearly everyone has experienced moments of optimal flow, a state characterized by one-pointed concentration that is both fully present and in the moment, and yet relaxed. But most often these are fleeting moments and not reproducible.

Imagine learning how to achieve and maintain clarity of mind and an ability to focus and attend effortlessly to the task at hand, particularly when the pressure is on. And imagine discovering that you don't get perturbed as much by things that once caused you to become upset and self-defeating.
Relevant Education / Credentials
MA, CAR, LPC Advanced NeuroCARE™ Neurofeedback Trainer
Years Experience: 2

Trauma Psychotherapist

Category: Therapy
We do know that when a person is very upset, their brain cannot process information as it does ordinarily in relaxed circumstances. One moment becomes "frozen in time," and recalling a trauma may feel as bad as going through it the first time because the images, sounds, smells, and feelings haven’t changed.

Such memories have a lasting negative effect that interfere with the way a person sees the world and the way they relate to other people.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a body oriented information processing psycho-therapy that was developed to resolve symptoms resulting from disturbing and unresolved life experiences. It uses a structured approach to address past, present, and future aspects of disturbing memories. The approach was developed by Francine Shapiro to resolve the development of trauma-related disorders as resulting from exposure to a traumatic or distressing event. Clinical trials have demonstrated EMDR's efficacy in the treatment of post traumatic disorder (PTSD).
Relevant Education / Credentials
Master in Counseling Psychology EMDR Trained Therapist Advanced NeuroCARE™ Neurofeedback Trainer
Years Experience: 24