Oklahoma State University (B.S.)
My approach is to meet each client where they are and identify their individual brain patterns with a brain mapping. I then discuss that assessment with the client to identify the patterns they would like to change. A specific training plan is established based on what the client wants changed in their life such as sleeping better, reducing anxiety or depression, increasing focus and attention, decreasing or eliminating medication, achieving peak performance, etc.
Brain training does not “treat” issues. It allows a person to change their own brain and therefore release patterns that have created negative actions, emotions, or behaviors. This does, however, result in life-changing affects in the person’s life that are specific, measurable, and life-long.
I work with children, adolescents, and adults of all ages.
I have homeschooled my two daughters for years due to diagnoses of ADHD and Aspergers along with anxiety and depression. When brain training was suggested after everything else had failed, I mustered up hope one more time. The outcome was so completely miraculous that I knew I had to pursue this for my whole family. I started my journey to learn and obtain certification in this science to help others along with my family. My passion is watching individuals be free from medication, anxiousness, struggles in school, and lack of focus…..permanently!
"God allows us to feel the frailty of human love so we’ll appreciate the strength of His."
C. S. Lewis
A Symphony of the Brain: The Evolution of the New Brain Wave Biofeedback by Jim Robbins
Bowling Green State University (B.A.)
I spent 4 years enlisted and 20 years as a commissioned officer in the United States Air Force. I've had a very eclectic life with many extreme high points and deep low points. All of these have given me an appreciation that we all struggle and there is always more to know about someone. I am blessed to support Stacey, as she did me, during my military career. Now I get to serve her in her passion of helping people!
"Out of the multitude of words, trouble is unavoidable."
"Sometimes, when you win, you lose."
The Gospel According to Job
by Mike Mason
The DNA of Relationships
by Dr. Gary Smalley
Thomas Edison State University (B.A.). Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.A.B.C.)
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (current PhD student)
"Since my teens I have desired to help individuals understand their worldview and address their
understandings from a biblical perspective. To help with this goal I pursued my master’s degree
in biblical counseling, and I am currently a PhD student focusing on biblical counseling and
neurofeedback studies. As the husband of a wonderful wife and father to a fantastic daughter
who are both on the autism spectrum and therefore have a different perspective and who process
information differently than me, I have sought to better understand the embodiment of an
individual from a holistic perspective that acknowledges the intermingling of body and soul. I
was introduced to neurofeedback training by my wife who has experienced significant trauma in
her life and has seen tremendous results through the work and care of Stacey Breitmann. Since
then, during my own studies the work of neurofeedback therapy keeps proving itself in
independent studies through other colleagues that use it in practice. It is through this introduction
that I am pursuing further research, training, and certification in the discipline of neurofeedback
and brain-training, so that I may assist others in achieving their goals of a whole embodied life."
Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from University of Mount Olive.
"I have been fascinated with psychology and the way humans operate since before I began my college career. My desire and need for understanding the diversity in human nature, that varies from one individual to another, led me to the world of psychology. The more I learned, the more I appreciated the helping profession, but it seemed limited to me. The two reasons I feel led to help others is my Christian faith and my overcoming adversity as a child into adulthood. As a Christian, I want to pour into helping others of all backgrounds with no judgment or criticism. As someone who has endured mental and emotional abuse, I empathize with those who have suffered through abuse. I know how it feels to feel trapped inside a shell of fear because of those circumstances I did not choose. However, there is always a way to be better. Human beings are diverse in every single aspect, and I firmly believe being in the helping profession. We must cater to each individual’s specific needs and not treat them according to a textbook-based demographic. This way of thinking is what led me to inquire about working for Pathways Neurofeedback. I had never heard of neurofeedback brain training before I started working for Pathways. It was and still is a whole new world of helping people. With each new piece of information I learn about neurofeedback, I see the importance and benefits of it across the diverse group of people who receive brain training. A system of training that is catered to each person’s specific set of needs exists and is why I am super excited to continue my journey working with Pathways."
Bachelor of Arts from Covenant College - Lookout Mountain, GA.
"I love contributing to the success of helping others have a holistically healthy life by focusing on brain health. I love to help people take steps that get them closer to their goals and dreams. As a soccer coach and trainer, I have been fortunate enough to tangibly help youth in Chattanooga become more confident and begin to find clarity concerning their life values. I have always been drawn toward working in a team setting.
One of my core values is consistency, because I believe it promotes the perfect environment for growth. As a result, I try to demonstrate persistence in the way I live and work so that I can celebrate successes, overcome failures, and remain determined to give it my all. This mindset along with my experiences have prepared me for this role as a Neurofeedback Technician. I am so excited to help clients flourish and have happy, healthy lives."
Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Western Kentucky University.
Brandi is an accomplished artist. You can see her work at: https://www.brandidonan.com/
"I graduated from Western Kentucky University in nursing. At the start of my career, I worked at a children's psychiatric hospital in Bowling Green, KY. Seeing all the children having mental issues and being heavily medicated made it the most difficult job I have ever experienced.
My son was diagnosed with ADHD when he was in the third grade. He was having rage issues, his grades were failing, and he would come home saying he felt like he was a bad kid. I felt helpless that we had to medicate him and it brought back memories of the psychiatric unit. He needed help and we thought medicine was our only option.
We found Pathways Neurofeedback when I was looking for an alternative to medicine. Now my whole family are clients and are training our brains. It has been incredible to see how people can change their lives through brain training and to know that there are options other than medicine."