Mae Blake MS, BCN
Neurotherapist, Clinic Manager
Mae Blake is an experienced Neurotherapist, trained in psychophysiology and psychology who earned her Board Certification in Neurofeedback (BCN) from the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA) in 2020. At the Advanced Neurofeedback and Family Therapy Center, she gained extensive training under Dr. Pamela Bell as the Clinical Director. In 2024 she was granted membership into the organization of The International Society for Neuroregulation & Research (ISNR).
In her role she has gained the comprehensive understanding utilizing an OBB Integrative Neurotherapy Program™, a Neurotherapy approach which combines several Neurotherapy modalities to optimize and personalize therapy. Proficient with a range of software: pEMF (pulsed Electromagnetic Frequency), swLORETA (low resolution electromagnetic tomography) Z Score training.
In addition to neurofeedback, she has cultivated interdisciplinary practice in various other therapeutic approaches for individuals, families, and groups. Having gained over a decade of practical experience with neurological development through her work at Brain Balance, Behavioral Innovations, and Noah’s Arc. As Program Manager at Brain Balance Mae modified client programs in rehabilitation to adjust to drug therapies currently being used for the management and treatment of various psychiatric disorders in adolescents. At Behavioral Innovations using ABA approach she modified and implemented client programs for those diagnosed as having Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Mae was fortunate to obtain experience as a Case Manager for a nonprofit women and children’s abuse shelter, Noahs Arc in Abilene, TX.
Mae Blake graduated with a Masters in the Science of Psychology from Arizona University where she received Cum Laude honors, member of the National Society of Leadership and Success. During her master’s degree she performed as a Teaching Assistant for undergraduate courses in research, developing and managing methodical data from a structured national plan. As an undergraduate at Hardin Simmons University, she completed a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology. Being awarded honors on the Dean’s List as well as served in the counsel of prestigious Abilene Young Professionals Society.
Currently, Mae is gaining a license in her second Master’s program at Texas A&M University for Clinical Mental Health Counseling (LPC). This endeavor of academic growth will be the step necessary to pursue her goal in entering as a future Clinical Neuropsychology Ph.D. candidate.