I am a licensed psychologist practicing in Olympia, WA. I completed my graduate education at the University of Houston in 1989. Throughout my graduate program I worked with pediatric, adult, and geriatric populations. My specific emphasis was in the field of neurophysiology, with research and publications in area of regional cerebral blood flow, neuroplasticity, and use of evoked potentials to ascertain lateralization of language in traumatically brain-injured children. Following completion of my Ph.D., I served as a coordinator of an multidisciplinary outpatient neuropsychology clinic specializing in rehabilitation of subacute brain-injured adults. I relocated to Washington State in 1991 and served as a consulting neuropsychologist with an inpatient rehabilitation program in Mountlake Terrace, WA. Beginning in 1993, I entered into private practice and performed contract neuropsychological assessment services with multiple rehab clinics around Puget Sound. While my practice in recent years has predominantly focused on forensic evaluation of criminal defendants, in 2017 I resumed work in the field of neuropsychology, specifically the area of brain biofeedback or neurofeedback.