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Anita K. Myer, Ed.D, BCIA-EEG has been selected for inclusion in the Trademark Women of Distinction Honors Edition       "Woburn, Massachusetts, May 3, 2017 Anita K. Myer, Ed.D, BCIA-EEG, Owner of Boston Neurofeedback Center has been selected for inclusion in the forthcoming Trademark Women of Distinction Honors Edition for demonstrating dedication, leadership, and professional excellence. Her compassion and expertise set the standard in the industry. She has truly dedicated herself to her profession. There is humility and personal touch she adds to her relationship with everyone she does business with,k more than the value of her service it's her way of treating everyone like an extended member of the family that people remember the most. As a talented disciplined professional she has maintained a proven track record of quality service, driven by her desire to succeed.       During the vetting process it was noted along with her exceptional reputation that she has also maintained a positive peer rating. Her years of service along with her level of expertise and several other factors also contributed to her inclusion. she prides herself on honesty and integrity. she is the kind of professional admired by her colleagues and peers alike. Her kindness and willingness to always help others and find solutions to most questions is both exemplary and honorable. She has made her mark on her profession as an expert and will become part of history as one the top professionals in her field"

Katie now joins Dr. Anita Myer and Boston Neurofeedback Center in Woburn, MA to enhance the neurofeedback treatment by providing direct, concurrent occupational therapy. “Neurofeedback is a noninvasive form of biofeedback which uses brain wave monitoring, analysis and auditory feedback to change brain wave patterns” (www.bostonnfb.com). Once individualized neurofeedback protocols have been determined by Dr. Myer, Katie works simultaneously to create an intense and brainwave recorded occupational therapy session. As the area of the brain is targeted through neurofeedback, Katie actively targets the same area of the brain through functional activities to maximize the neurofeedback treatment. There is no other facility in the Greater Boston Area which is[caption id="attachment_174" align="alignright" width="150" caption="Kathryn (Katie) Noble, MS, OTR/L"][/caption] offering this leading edge partnership therapy. Katie is a Licensed and Certified Occupational Therapist. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy (OT) from Cleveland State University. She furthered her career by receiving her Post Professional Masters in OT and a Certificate of Advanced Studies at Tufts University. Katie has completed the Sensory Integration Assessment and Intervention certification (SIPT). She currently works as a senior therapist at a private practice in Watertown that specializes in sensory integration. Katie serves as International Coordinator for OT treatment intensives for International children. Katie has built care-giving relationships with families residing in Kuwait and Turkey where she ...

Our Chief Research Scientist, David Edward Myer and overall friendly face at Boston Neurofeedback Center has earned an exclusive Technician certification from The Biofeedback Certification International Alliance this month.  This certification confirms our dedication to providing excellent service to our patients through professional training in the field of biofeedback and neurofeedback. [caption id="attachment_158" align="alignright" width="298"] Dave Myer Sr earns BCIA certification[/caption] BCIA is recognized as the certification body for the clinical practice of biofeedback by the Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB), the Biofeedback Foundation of Europe (BFE), and the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR). *BCN designates Board Certified in Neurofeedback.

David E. Myer, Sr., Chief Research Scientist, BCN 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 who provided an intellectual framework for understanding most of the things in physics that later needed learning. 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. The primary effort in Lashkar-Gha was focused on restoring thousands of acres of land to farming on behalf of the local population. As the fields were recovered, each was “christened” by producing a full crop of succulent Klondike watermelons. Mr. Myer is a Viet-Nam-era veteran of the US Navy where he worked as a specialist in the US Naval Security Group. David Myer is a graduate of the University of Delaware and board certified in neurofeedback by the BCIA. [caption id="attachment_158" align="alignright" width="150" caption="Dave Myer Sr earns BCIA certification"][/caption] 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., Mr. Myer worked on the development of money counting machines currently used at regional banks in the United States. He has ...

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Anita K. Myer, Ed.D., BCIA-EEG Dr. Anita Myer is a licensed psychologist with nearly three decades of clinical experience. 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 Viet Nam . 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. She has kept pace to better help both her students and patients in clinical practice. Dr. Myer is a member of the American Psychological Association and is a National Register Health Service Provider in Psychology. Dr. Myer received her initial neurofeedback training in Los Angeles, California, and she has been a neurofeedback practitioner for thirteen years. She is a member of the American Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, and she is certified in EEG Biofeedback by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance. Dr. Myer is CEO of Boston Neurofeedback Ctr., PC in Burlington, MA where she also serves as mentor for ...