It was such a life-altering event that Tiffany became a Certified Medical Assistant and obtained her certification from BCIA (Biofeedback Certification International Alliance) as a certified neurofeedback technician.
Working under the tutelage of several greatly respected mentors, she was often the sole provider of neurofeedback and biofeedback services in the Department of Integrative Medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Sadly, after nine years, the department closed its doors. At that point, Tiffany decided to enhance her knowledge base, education, and skill set. She began nursing school and joined Midwest Neurofeedback.
Tiffany has experience working with various diagnostic conditions such as ADHD, anxiety, sleep disturbances, and memory difficulties and is particularly interested in those suffering from traumatic brain injuries.
Tiffany’s sole goal for each client is to reach their individual goals and potential, allowing them to live the best life they can! She brings to our team her years of experience and knowledge of quantitative EEG brain mapping. Her approach to neurofeedback is based on the unique brain and helping to create a more balanced brain while improving the quality of life of the individual, adult, or child.