Eugenia Bodenhamer-Davis, Ph.D.
Dr. Bodenhamer-Davis is an Associate Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation, Social Work & Addictions. She also serves as the Director of the DRSWA Neurotherapy Lab. Her specialization areas are EEG biofeedback, psychosocial and spiritual aspects of rehabilitation, and health psychology. Dr. Bodenhamer-Davis teaches Psychosocial and Medical Aspects of Disability at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. She also teaches Neurotherapy Methods and is currently the graduate Practicum and Internship coordinator. Her research interest include the quantitative electroencephalograph (QEEG) and EEG biofeedback applications in rehabilitation Her complete vitae can be downloaded here.
Julie Ballinger, M.S.
Julie Ballinger is a first year doctoral student in the Counselor Education program at the University of North Texas. She earned a Master’s of Science degree in Counselor Education in 2008 and is currently working towards completing state licensing requirements to become a Licensed Professional Counselor. She is currently the qEEG Coordinator in the UNT Neurotherapy Lab. Her interests include clinical applications of neurofeedback and peripheral biofeedback, therapist self-care, and the development of therapeutic tools to assist clients in the development of personal insight and help extend the healing process beyond the counseling session. She is also a wife and the proud mother of three amazing young men.
Mark Johnson, M.S., BCIA-EEG
Mark Johnson received his Master of Science Degree in Counseling Psychology from California State University East Bay in 2000. During this time, he also obtained 300 hours of training at the Hypnotherapy Training Institute in Corte Madeira, California to become a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. Mark is currently a 4th year doctoral student in the Clinical Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine Program at the University of North Texas and is the Assistant Clinical Coordinator in the Neurotherapy Lab. His area of interest is clinical applications of QEEG and neurofeedback. Mark just finished a research project which reviewed the level of agreement among experts in the field, and his current research examines clinical changes within treatment over time. After graduating in 2000, he taught at college level for 5 years, as well as accrued 2,850 hours towards marriage family therapist licensure.
Christopher Fisher, M.A.
Christopher Fisher earned his Master's in Clinical Psychology from the University of Texas A&M - Corpus Christi in 2005. He completed a seven month practicum during this time at Driscoll Children's Hospital. Christopher is currently a 4th year doctoral student in the UNT Clinical Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine program, and his dedication to academic excellence earned induction into The National Scholars Honor Society, The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, and The National Honor Society in Psychology. He is the Technical Coordinator and a practicum student at the UNT Neurotherapy lab. He has strong interests in neurotherapy and quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG), particularly its use in clinical and health oriented populations. Christopher's current research projects include QEEG guided neurofeedback with addiction populations. Additionally, Christopher will be investigating the effects of Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) with mild traumatic brain injured patients for his dissertation.
Ramona Burroughs is a doctoral student in the Clinical Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine program at UNT. She holds degrees in psychology and art history from the University of Texas at Austin, and has several years’ experience working in academic medical research in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Texas Health Science Center—Houston. Her areas of interest include the interface between psychology, spirituality, and health, specifically in helping people mobilize their inner resources to transform challenges into personal and psychological growth. She is particularly interested in maximizing brain health. Her goal is helping people of all ages and abilities maximize their mental, physical, and emotional health and well-being through neurofeedback, counseling, and mind-body training. She is currently involved in research examining the effects of neurofeedback on measures of coherence between different sites in the brain.