neuroAgility is now able to offer neurofeedback for Medicaid clients under the Integrating Insights umbrella.
We work with electrical activity, brain mapping and brain training, reworking and rewiring electrical habits in people’s brains. You can learn to train your brain to behave differently, which in effect gives you the manageability over areas that have been in a deficit. We can see what areas need to become more efficient, and over the course of time ~ generally two times a week for a consistent period of time ~ you can change the pattern of your brain’s activity. With the hope of allowing for a more efficient productive way of life.
Meet the Executive Director of Integrating Insights:
Lyndsey Ryan, MA, LPC, LAC, EMDR-II & Trauma Therapist
My name is Lyndsey Ryan. I am passionate about what I do! I believe that there is no greater gift than connecting deeply with another person, and am privileged to do this every day. I am dedicated to helping people move through challenges, and into a life with greater vitality and meaning. I have had trained in advanced EMDR techniques to support people struggling with early childhood neglect and abuse, addictions, eating disorders, combat trauma, and self-harming behaviors.
In addition to earning my Master’s degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University. I am also studying to earn a Doctorate of Psychology in Clinical Psychology, with a focus on trauma, addiction, and attachment disorders on a ground of neuroscience and mindfulness.
To better work with couples as they move through relationship, I am in a three-year training program called PACT, developed by Dr. Stan Tatkin. This work bridges an understanding of attachment style, neuroscience, and nervous system arousal. By bringing these areas into the session, we work to bring your relationships to a loving, secure-functioning place.
I have also studied in Seminar with the Boulder Association of Jungian Analysts to deepen my understanding of the unconscious, myth, and spirit.
I am Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Addictions Counselor (LAC) in Colorado. I have also completed EMDR level II, and Modified training programs.