I am a clinical psychologist who manages a clinic for children, adolescents & adults who have ADHD, learning & behavioral challenges and use qEEG-directed EEG Neurofeedback as part of an integrated approach to helping these patients and their families. I have worked with Dr. Stockdale for the past 30 years. Along with Dr. Barry Sterman (who pioneered EEG Neurofeedback), Dr. Stockdale has been a mentor to me and all of the clinicians in my practice. He does all of our qEEG analysis and always makes himself available for case consultations whenever needed. He has visited my clinic on numerous occasions to provide on-going instruction, meet with patients, advise about best practices and tells lousy jokes (which only he thinks are funny!). Dr. Stockdale is a consummate clinician who is at the top of his game. He has immersed himself in the scientific & technical aspects of qEEG and Neurofeedback more than any other doctor I know. But he’s not just a scientist; he is also an excellent clinician who relates well to even the most complex of patients. I cannot recommend Dr. Steven Stockdale highly enough!
The Neuro-Health Center offers one-on-one consulting, data analysis and training, which includes Quantitative Electroencephalogram (qEEG) data processing, analysis and interpretations. In addition, we offer psychological testing, as well as treatment planning and Neurofeedback protocol recommendations.
Dr. Steven Stockdale is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Colorado. He began his career as a psychologist, in private practice, specializing in Child and Family Psychology. He has held appointments at the University of Colorado and Chapman University. In 1991, Dr. Stockdale established a research and treatment facility for Lexicor Medical Technology and began researching the application of neurofeedback with various mental health issues and closed head injuries. Dr. Stockdale specializes in a multidisciplinary approach, applying the latest technologies in brain science, and multiple treatment modalities, that affect neuroplasticity.