Richard A. Sherman
M.S., Ph.D. (Program Director)
Rich received his doctorate in biology/psychology from New York University in 1973 and is currently Master Instructor at Chapman University as well as Dean of Clinical Psychophysiology at the University of Natural Medicine and Director of the Behavioral Medicine Research and Training Foundation. He is certified by BCIA, approved by BCIA to teach the general biofeedback certification course, and currently teaches A&P, Pain Assessment and Intervention, Research, and Pelvic Floor Disorders for the Behavioral Medicine R& T Foundation. He is a professional psychophysiologist with extensive training and has nearly 30 years of experience in the field. He has had numerous grants to study various aspects of pain mechanisms and interventions and has well over a hundred publications.
See Curriculum Vitae »
MPT, PRPC, BCB-PMD
Becky is a Physical Therapist with FortHealthCare in Fort Atkinson, WI. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a BS in Kinesiology-Exercise Science in 1998, followed by a MS in Physical Therapy in 2001. She has been treating women, men and children with pelvic floor dysfunction and associated orthopedic conditions since 2002. Becky has certifications in biofeedback for pelvic muscle dysfunction and as a pelvic rehabilitation practitioner. Becky treats both urinary and fecal incontinence, pelvic pain, pregnancy and post-partum conditions, sexual dysfunction, bowel and bladder dysfunction, post-surgical pain, orthopedic dysfunction and sports related pain and injuries.
Becky is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (Women’s Health section), the American Urogynecologic Society, and the National Association for Continence.
PhD, QEEGD, BCB, BCN (Assistant Program Director)
In her role as the vice president for FNNR, she coordinates the grant program and oversees its publishing arm. Her role with APEd is to develop introductory, intermediate and advanced courses in the specialized areas of brain training and EEG analysis. She teaches the EEG Biofeedback, QEEG, Advanced Neurofeedback and Stimulation Technologies courses at Saybrook University Specialty in Applied Psychophysiology program as well as chairs dissertations in applied neuromodulation. Her research interests are in neuromodulation and uses of applied psychophysiology for ADHD, anxiety, depression and PTSD. Within her clinic, she specializes in biofeedback training for attention issues, hypertension, addiction disorders, pain management and anxiety. See Curriculum Vitae »
Margaret E. Dupee
Margaret graduated from the Faculty of Health Sciences, School of Human Kinetics, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. She has a Masters in Human Kinetics and a Diploma in Prosthetics & Orthotics. She is a Certified NCCP Level II Figure Skating Coach (not to mention an accredited yoga instructor, a certified orthotist and prosthetist, and fitness trainer) and is Board Certified in Biofeedback. She has presented and published extensively, and has received grant support in her areas of expertise.
MS, EdD, LCPC, CC-AASP
Tim Herzog is the Sport Psychology Education Specialist for the Human Performance Resource Center. He enjoys delving into research on optimal performance from psychophysiology, cognitive-behavioral theory, and mindfulness-based approaches. Dr. Herzog also teaches at National University and does applied work in private practice. He is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, a Certified Consultant of the Association of Applied Sport Psychology (AASP), and a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee Sport Psychology Registry. Dr. Herzog holds master’s degrees in Counseling/Sport Psychology and Clinical Psychology, as well as a doctorate in Counseling Psychology.Dr. Herzog pulls some practical knowledge of performance from experience coaching competitive sailing and (also in sailing) as head coach at Boston College and assistant coach at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. In addition, he has worked with elite athletes at the U.S. Naval Academy (and several other universities), an elite sports camp, and with officers and enlisted personnel of the U.S. Army Center for Enhanced Performance at Fort Lewis.
Jerry R. DeVore
Dr. Jerry R. DeVore, is a clinical psychologist, licensed in the State of Washington. He completed his PhD in psychology at St. Louis University in St. Louis, Mo. Dr. DeVore has had a career including 20 years of federal service with 11 years active duty. He has been a faculty member of an APA Approved Internship Program while on active duty. As a civilian he was the Director of Rehabilitation Psychology in a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Center, Good Samaritan Hospital, Puyallup, WA, where he worked for 18 years. Dr. DeVore recently retired from 20 years of federal service and now has a private practice in an integrative healthcare center, focusing on treatment with biofeedback, neurofeedback, hypnosis, and EMDR. Dr. DeVore is a Diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology in Clinical Psychology. He is also BCIA certified in General Biofeedback and Neurofeedback. He is an Approved Consultant in the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. He is Level II trained in EMDR. Clinically, Dr. DeVore is fascinated with the ways in which biofeedback, neurofeedback and hypnosis can foster health recovery and health resilience. He is also fascinated with the psychophysiology of altered states of consciousness such as hypnosis and he regularly presents in the area of experiential spirituality.
John C. LeMay
MA, QEEGT, BCN, BCB
Members of the Foundation’s Governing Board
Richard A. Sherman, PhD:
Rich was described above in the faculty section.
Cynthia Kerson, PhD, QEEGD, BCN, BCB
Cynthia was described above in the faculty section.
Eric Willmarth, PhD:
Eric was described in the “Faculty” area above.
Timothy J. Sobie, MS, PT, and GCFP:
Tim is the founding director of Northwest Mind Body Learning Institute / Old Town Physical Therapy PLLC. He maintains his primary private practice in Tacoma, Washington with a secondary location in Olympia, Washington. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, an MS in Clinical Behavioral Medicine from Behavioral Physiology Institutes, and certification in practicing The Feldenkrais® Method from The Movement Studies Institute in Berkeley, CA. His clinical and research interest areas include sensory integration, perception training, and movement recovery processes as applicable toward the development of effective pain modulation, autonomic regulation, and optimum functioning.
Linda Walker, MHR, LPC, BCN, BCB, QEEGT
Linda has been specializing in neurofeedback for mood and mental health issues, chronic pain, cognitive functioning and optimal performance for the past 15 years. She is also an adjunct instructor in biofeedback and neurofeedback for Western Michigan University. Linda earned her Master’s degree in Human Relations and Counseling and did post graduate work in substance abuse and school counseling. She is presently working towards a doctorate in Applied Psychophysiology. Currently, Linda is a past president of the Michigan Society for Behavioral Medicine and is on the Board of the Behavioral Medicine Research and Training Foundation. She is a member of AAPB and ISNR.
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