About Emily Stevens, PhD, LMHC, LPC, NCC BCN:
Emily is a psychotherapist, consultant and speaker with over 20 years of experience specializing in emerging brain-based research, educational interventions and clinical approaches into a comprehensive approach to treatment. Her unique background and approach with emerging brain-based research and interventions such as QEEG neurometric analysis, neurofeedback, alpha-stim/CES, BAUD and AVS has provided her with a unique approach to working with clients with a variety of disorders and dual diagnosis.
Areas of Expertise:
Her areas of clinical expertise include neurofeedback, neurotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy and treatment for Attention Deficit Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Anxiety, Depression, Addiction and Dual Diagnosis.
Emily has been able to show measureable outcomes and change by utilizing her comprehensive approach to treatment for clients to experience and see as they go through therapy.
As a psychotherapist, Emily works with individuals, families and couples to assess their individual needs, dysfunctional patterns and create healthier choices in their lives. As a consultant, she has worked with various organizations and companies to set-up new programs, provide informative and creative workshops and assist companies in creating healthier atmospheres for their employees. She is a frequent speaker and has presented to over 500 audiences, which include frequent television news appearances, conferences, educational and radio programs.
She has trained practitioners all over the country to integrate cutting-edge brain-based therapy into their practice and has participated on several federal grants to show the efficacy and outcomes of specialized brain-based and cognitive improvement programs for ADHD, depression, “at-risk” youth and children with behavioral disorders. In 2005, Emily developed the CAMSI model to assist clinicians with choosing and specializing interventions to produce measurable outcomes in treatment.
Her work with neurofeedback was featured on NBC throughout the United States and in Canada. She is a National Board Certified Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Counselor (FL), Licensed Professional Counselor (GA & TN) and Certified Biofeedback - EEG.
Her research and publications have focused on innovative clinical and brain-based approaches to improve treatment outcomes with addiction, depression, anxiety, and ADHD. Emily recently published a chapter on the use of technology as an adjunct to treatment in Clinical Neurotherapy: Application of Techniques for Treatment.
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Relevant Publications: (For a complete list of publications & presentations go to www.neurobehavioralconsulting.com)
Cantor, D & Evans, J (Stevens, E. Chapter on Mood Disorders). (2014) Clinical Neurotherapy; Application of Techniques for Treatment. Elsevier, Inc.
David K. Miller, PhD; Abdalla Bowirrat, MD, PhD; Matthew Manka, PhD; Merlene Miller, MA; Stanley Stokes, MS; Debra Manka, MHD; Cameron Allen, BA; Charles Gant, MD; B. William Downs, BSc; Andrew Smolen, PhD; Emily Stevens, PhD; Swetha Yeldandi, PhD; and Kenneth Blum, PhD. (2010) Part 1 – Acute intravenous synaptamine complex [KB220] variant “normalizes” abnormal neurological activity in Patients during protracted abstinence from alcohol and opiates observed using QEEG and neurotransmitter genetic analysis: Pilot two case report’s. J Postgraduate Medicine, Nov.
Cantor, D. & Stevens, E. (2009). QEEG correlates of auditory-visual entrainment treatment efficacy of refractory depression. Journal of Neurotherapy, 13(2): 100-108.
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