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MEET THE Team
About Dr. JONES
Dr. Jones loves helping people achieve their brain's potential through the power of neuroscience. She received her neuroscience and psychology training at UCLA's Neuropsychiatric Institute, the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, Harbor UCLA Medical Center, and St. John's Hospital among others. She studied psychology at the University of Oregon and the American Psychological Association Accredited California School of Psychology at Alliant University, Dr. Jones is licensed in Colorado and California and is a member of the American Psychological Association and the International Society of Neuroregulation and Research.
Welcome to my corner of the Aspen Neuro team! I'm Rachel Beck, and I bring a blend of academic expertise and genuine fascination to the realm of brain science.
My curiosity about the brain’s remarkable ability to adapt, heal, and transform was ignited at Brown University, where I studied biology. As part of the team at Aspen Neurotherapy, I explore innovative, non-pharmaceutical interventions that empower individuals to harness their brain's innate potential.
I'm fascinated by the biological underpinnings of brain function and excited to explore new avenues for enhancing mental well-being and performance.
As a former pro mountain biker and guide, when I'm not immersed in the world of neurofeedback, you’ll find me enjoying the outdoors with my family.
About Dr. Linda Walker
Dr. Walker is considered an international expert in neurotherapy. She has more than 20 years experience evaluating QEEGs and providing neurofeedback. Dr. Walker really swayed Dr. Jones to begin a full practice of neurofeedback after sharing about many cases of significant improvements in olympic athletes, curing seizures, treating ADHD symptoms without drugs, and more incredible stories of the power of the brain. She advises Dr. Jones in QEEG interpretation and complex cases. Her story: "From the time I emerged from college (the first time), prepared for a career in journalism, I felt driven to find ways to be part of the solution to the challenges I saw in the world. Not quite satisfied with what I contributed as a writer, I pursued a master’s degree in human relations and counseling through University of Oklahoma and began my career as a helping professional in the mid 1990s. I later added post graduate certificates in addiction studies and school counseling, and a doctorate in psychology with an emphasis in psychophysiology from Saybrook University.
In my early work, I helped adults who had developmental disabilities find ways to live independently and experience life to their fullest. Since then, I’ve had the privilege to work with people from diverse backgrounds and circumstances seeking to find their balance, wellbeing and optimal function. Along the journey, I’ve spent time working in community mental health, juvenile justice, private practice and corporate health. I added neurofeedback and biofeedback to my practice in my work within a residential treatment facility for juvenile delinquents in 2000. Assessment using qEEG came a short time thereafter.
As a counselor, I was seeing young adults who had one last chance at remediation. They had trauma, mental health and behavioral conditions, learning disorders, substance use problems, post concussive incidents and toxic chemical exposures — and usually all rolled up into a single young person! They had tried practically every medication and therapy in the book.
I began to question what more I could offer these young men and women to help them toward a better future.
That answer came in the form of neurofeedback and biofeedback. With a structured curriculum integrated into the residential treatment program, the number of restraint interventions decreased, medication need decreased and kids began reporting they made honor role in school — the first time for most of them. The program was documenting these changes and tracking data. Sadly the economic downturn spelled an end to the program in 2010.
Having witnessed the power of psychophysiological therapies to effect change in those I helped, I moved forward professionally within my own private practice. The past decade has indeed been busy!
I continued seeing children with challenges. In addition, I began to see adults and children with chronic disorders, such as pain and epilepsy. With an institute for performing arts nearby, I also began to expand my knowledge in working with optimal performers.
I have been privileged to direct assessment for a neurotherapy group that had clinics throughout Michigan, develop and teach biofeedback for Western Michigan University, and work with Bio-Medical, Thought Technology, and Biofeedback Federation to teach courses, mentor and develop software. I’ve had the opportunity to advise best practice in the field of psychophysiology and to participate in research efforts.
These accomplishments have been very gratifying and it’s a privilege to make a contribution to the advancement of helping therapies. That said, my heart still lives in the opportunity to work with others, to meet them where they are in their journey and to use the tools and skills I have to help them along their way. That goes for those whom I mentor and teach, as well as those who come to me as clients."
About DR. O'SHEA
I enjoy helping kids, teens, adults (20s, 30s, 40s), & parents manage anxiety, ADHD symptoms, improve attachment relationships, & increase self-esteem. I will help you identifying strengths, areas for growth, & helpful tools that will help you &/or your child reach goals thrive throughout your entire life. I offer therapy for individuals, parents, families as well as intensive "VIP" days, groups, & workshops all aimed at helping you reach your goals & live your best life! I also provide neuropsychological assessments for academic success, ADHD, depression, & anxiety.
I love working with individuals to explore their own childhood dynamics in an effort to repair, grow, & thrive for themselves & for their families. I believe that we learn about ourselves & the world around us early on in life & it's important to give young people (and all of us!) the tools to thrive throughout their lives.
I'm a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in private practice in Cardiff, California. I also offer Telehealth services in Utah & Colorado. I earned my Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from California School of Professional Psychology & completed my training in Southern California.
I was born in Aspen Colorado and spent the better part of my life as a competitive snowboarder. I went on to study neuroscience at the University of Vermont to better understand the impacts that high risk and high stress sports have on the body and mind. My goal is to help people better understand the complexities of their own fascinating brains and in doing so help them live life to the fullest.
About Dr. HALTER
Manuel Halter, since the Fall of 2019, has been a Senior Research Scientist for West Virginia University, Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute. Before that he worked as the Cognitive Performance Specialist for the Preservation of The Force and Families (POTFF) program of the US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM). He is a registered psychotherapist in the State of Colorado. Mr. Halter holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Business Psychology with an emphasis on talent performance development, Doctor of Jurisprudence, a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, a Master of Arts in Developmental Psychology/Lifespan Development. He is BCIA Certified in Neurofeedback (BCN). He is also a Board Certified quantified Encephalography-Diplomate (qEEG-D).
Mr. Halter has extensive experience training and optimizing performance of foreign and domestic military and law enforcement forces, and other high-risk groups. He is currently involved in researching and implementing a comprehensive wellness model to address the pressures that Special Operations Forces (SOF) and their families are facing, on a daily basis. Mr. Halter also has over 6800 hours of experience using quantitative electroencephalogram-guided neurofeedback (qEEG-guided NFB) for performance optimization training and clinical training.
Mr. Halter is actively involved in research, teaching, and advising members of the Special Operations Command. He is actively involved in promoting brain-based education in the local community and schools via workshops and seminars for students, staff, faculty, and administrators. Moreover, he has taught graduate and undergraduate course in statistics and psychology as an adjunct professor at Texas Tech University. Mr. Halter is a member of the Special Forces Association.
COLORADO AND CALIFORNIA OFFICES:
We are located in ASPEN, CO:
715 West Main Street Suite 204
Asoen, CO 81611
We are located in SANTA MONICA, CA:
1447 2nd Street Suite 200. Santa Monica, CA 90401
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