Our Commitment to You
We believe that many people suffer from trauma, hereditary conditions, and other various brain disorders that could derive significant benefit from neurofeedback and biofeedback treatment. Our passion for helping children thrive and seeing the smile on an adult’s face drives us to deliver unparalleled service to our patients. Seeking the latest in technology and psychology we provide custom treatment plans for each of our patients.
Anita K. Myer, Ed.D., BCIA-EEG
Dr. Anita Myer is a licensed psychologist with nearly three decades of clinical experience and the founder and CEO of the Boston Neurofeedback Center. Dr. Anita Myer began her academic career earning a B.A. from the University of Iowa in English. After returning to New England, she received a Master’s Degree in teaching English and later pursued a C.A.G.S. in Developmental Reading. As Director of the Learning Center at Fisher College in the evening school, Dr. Myer felt she could better understand the needs of veterans returning from Vietnam. To that end, Dr. Myer completed an M.S in Counseling and then went on to complete her doctorate at Boston University where she taught in the doctoral program for seven years. Later, Dr. Myer completed a post-doc program in the department of Child and Family Forensic Services within the Law and Psychiatry Program of the Department of Psychiatry at University of Massachusetts Medical School.
Dr. Myer received her initial neurofeedback training in Los Angeles, California and has consistently practiced since 1999. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and is a National Register Health Service Provider in Psychology, the American Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, and she is certified in EEG Biofeedback by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance.
David Myer, BEE, BCN-T
David Myer spent his childhood in South America where his father was an agricultural development expert for the U.S. State Department. David is multilingual and has learned six languages; he remains bilingual (Spanish/English) today. During his time at Cornell University, Mr. Myer apprenticed himself to the late Hans Bethe and obtained a firm foundation in experimentation and measurements. Mr. Myer spent time in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, before the Russian invasion, serving as interpreter to provide his father with more accurate explanations of day-to-day interactions. Mr. Myer is a Vietnam-era veteran of the US Navy where he worked as a specialist in the US Naval Security Group.
A graduate of the University of Delaware and board certified in neurofeedback by BCIA. He has over thirty years of experience in the field of signal processing. Mr. Myer has two international patents. Before working with his wife at Boston Neurofeedback Ctr., he worked on the development of money counting machines currently used at regional banks in the United States as well as the Federal Reserve Bank.
Donna Nardelli, AS
Donna is the friendly face that not only welcomes every client that enters the office, but also keeps the office running efficiently. With over ten years of billing experience in the mental health industry, she is particularly well trained at working with insurance companies to coordinate patient care. Donna is a long time resident of the Merimack Valley region of Massachusetts, and since studying Business Science at Castle Junior College in Windam, NH, she has devoted the majority of her time to her family and providing outstanding service to others in need.