Mark Johnson, PhD
|Real Name:||Mark Johnson, PhD|
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|Member Since:||February 8, 2009 | 7:23 PM|
Mark Johnson, PhD, BCN, received his PhD in Clinical Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine at the University of North Texas where he served as Assistant Clinical Coordinator in the UNT Neurotherapy Lab and developed strong interests in clinical applications of QEEG and neurofeedback. He went on to complete his doctoral residency in the Adult Health Psychology track at Duke University Medical Center in North Carolina. Prior to this, he had earned his Master of Science Degree in Counseling Psychology from California State University East Bay in 2000. During this time, he also obtained 300 hours of training at the Hypnotherapy Training Institute in Corte Madeira, California to become a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. Mark is currently a Licensed Psychological Associate at an interdisciplinary clinic that specializes in treating addiction and co-morbid conditions such as chronic pain, sleep, and mood disorders. Mark's research interests continue to be in the domain of neurofeedback/biofeedback modalities. He has published a research project which reviewed the level of agreement among experts in the field of neurofeedback. His current research examines a phenomenon that occurs during a "deep states" neurofeedback training protocol used to treat alcohol addiction and PTSD, which will soon be submitted for publication.
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