Olympic Gold Medalist Becomes Neurofeedback Specialist
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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