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Neurofeedback: Training and Rebalancing Your Brain to Enhance Your Life with Dr. Richard Vieille, PhD and Ellen Saxby RN Monday, June 10

May 23, 2013
Media Contact:  Sirie Thongchua
Monterey Public Library, Monterey, California
831.646.5632 / thongchu@monterey.org
www.monterey.org/library

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Friends of the Monterey Public Library and the Monterey Public Library Endowment Committee present Neurofeedback: Training and Rebalancing Your Brain to Enhance Your Life, with Dr. Richard Vieille, PhD and Ellen Saxby, RN of the Monterey Bay Neurofeedback Center on Monday, June 10, 2013 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

The program is part of the Next Chapter: Designing Your Ideal Life lecture series.This  series is sponsored by the Friends of the Monterey Public Library and the Monterey Public Library Endowment Committee. The program is not sponsored or endorsed by Monterey Public Library or the City of Monterey. Adults are invited to attend and admission is free. Reservations are required. Call 831.646.5632 or email thongchu@monterey.org. The Monterey Public Library is located at 625 Pacific Street, Monterey. 

Richard Vieille, PhD is a clinical psychologist who has provided psychotherapy and couples counseling and led therapy groups in the Monterey Peninsula area for more than 15 years. For the past eight years, he has included neurofeedback training as an integral part of his approach. He has a deep respect for its value in helping people attain a degree of mental health and stability they never thought they could achieve.  

Ellen Saxby, R.N. had 20 years of nursing experience before beginning her practice in the field of Biofeedback. She worked for seven years as a Biofeedback clinician before expanding into the field of Neurotherapy.  She was trained by Eugene Peniston PhD, a pioneer in the field of Neurofeedback, the founder of the "Peniston Protocol" which uses Alpha Theta training for prevention of relapse in addictions. She helped develop an Alpha Theta training program in Pacific Grove to work with people suffering from addiction disorders, and to treat anxiety and depression in recovering alcoholics. In addition to Neurofeedback training, she teaches workshops and classes in meditation.

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