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Olympic Gold Medalist Becomes Neurofeedback Specialist

Olympic Gold Medalist Becomes Neurofeedback Specialist

The Olympic Rings stand in front of the flags of Nations in the Olympic Park in Sochi.. Picture date: Monday February 3, 2014. See PA story OLYMPICS Sochi. Photo credit should read: David Davies/PA Wire.

1976 Olympic skier Kathy Kreiner-Phillips recently joined the staff of Vancouver-based wellness center NeuroNetwork as a brain trainer. She credits her gold medal-winning run to years of mental preparation and visualization techniques. These inspired her to launch a career in sport psychology and eventually led her to neurofeedback, which she called “a radical ‘short cut’ to the process of getting athletes – or anyone – in the zone.” NeuroNetwork president Brenda Gerhard emphasized that neurofeedback isn’t just for Olympians, but can help just about anyone achieve better overall wellness and treat a variety of mental health concerns such as stress, trauma, trouble sleeping, anxiety and more.

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