Claudia Ivette Lampl MS, LPC-S, LMFT-S, BCN

Clinical Director 

Claudia Ivette Lampl is an experienced neurofeedback therapist who earned her BCIA certification in neurofeedback in 2017. She began researching neurofeedback and self-regulation at Southern Methodist University, where she earned a M.S. in counseling in 2009.  While at SMU, she collaborated with Health Psychologist Dr. Ephrem Fernandez, researching pain, anger and emotion in studies funded by the NIH (National Institutes of Health).

Lampl incorporates findings in neuroplasticity to support client’s outcomes in counseling and biofeedback. She works closely with clients to design individualized neurofeedback training protocols.

Lampl worked at The Momentous Institute for twelve years, where she worked with depression, anxiety, ADHD, complex trauma, and eating disorders, using both neurofeedback and counseling. She led a team of clinicians, provided training and supervision. A longtime student of contemplative practices, she incorporates mindfulness meditation into her training as a tool for balance, self-regulation and integration.

Lampl served for the SMU Counseling Board for 5 years and continues to support the training of SMU graduates through clinical supervision.

Claudia Ivette is a member of the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance and American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.

Lampl is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) and licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT).  She is an approved supervisor by the LPC and LMFT boards in the state of Texas.

LMFT-S license # 201601

LPC-S license # 66036

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.

Erika Denio BS

Erika Denio, B.S. became experienced as a neurotherapist at an occupational and speech therapy clinic in El Paso, TX. This practice primarily treated individuals ages four and up targeting ADHD, Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury, Substance Abuse, Concussions, Sleep Disturbance Disorders, Mood Disorders, PTSD, Learning Disabilities, Stroke, Epilepsy, OCD, and Anxiety. Utilizing the software BrainAvatar, Erika constructed individualized neurotherapy protocols and qEEG quantitative maps. Currently, she is finalizing her Board Certification in Neurofeedback (BCN) and obtaining her qEEG certification (qEEG.T).

Erika graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Neuroscience with a concentration in Psychology from the University of Texas at El Paso. During her undergraduate, she prioritized volunteer work as a research assistant in several studies. Under the guidance of Dr. April Thomas, Erika played an instrumental role in recruiting adolescent participants and their parents and conducting sessions for a study about adolescent risky decision-making. Under Dr. Sukla Roychowdhury, Erika used microscopy to determine neuronal changes with nicotine and alcohol use and presented these findings in a symposium. Under Dr. Katherine Serafine, Erika studied how diet affects an individual’s sensitivity to stimulants and serotonin agonists.

She is currently working towards her M.A. degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Liberty University to become an LPC. She is passionate about incorporating neurofeedback and individualized counseling to improve mental health.

Pamela J. Bell Ed.D, LPC, BCN 

Dr. Pamela Bell is a Neurotherapist trained in psychophysiology, counseling and psychology, and Bioenergetic therapy. She has been practicing Neurofeedback since 1997 and received her early training at the University of North Texas and became certified in Neurofeedback through BCIA in 1997.

Dr. Bell received her doctorate in Counseling and Psychology in 1983 from Oklahoma State University.  She did a post doc at the University of Tulsa and then held a dual appointment at the University of North Texas in the Graduate Program in Counseling and the University Counseling Center.  She later became interested in psychotherapy from the experience of the body and entered a 5-year training post doc training program in Bioenergetic Analysis in Dallas, Texas.  She completed her certification as a Bioenergetic Therapist and then became interested in research in Bioenergetics.  She did the first published research on Bioenergetic Therapy and the effects on the EEG which is published in the European Journal of Psychotherapy and Bioenergetics.  It is through this work that Dr. Bell became interested in utilizing Neurofeedback to solve many psychiatric and behavioral and physical problems.  She has been practicing Neurofeedback since 1997 and is now a Board Certified Senior Fellow (BCN) through BCIA.  Dr. Bell also started the first Neurofeedback program in a college setting at Parker College of Chiropractic in 1997.  She has worked in psychiatric centers, graduate level teaching, college counseling centers and private practice.  She is licensed in Texas as an LPC and in New Mexico as an LPCC.

Dr. Bell believes it is important to keep up with the latest developments in the field and utilizes state of the art equipment and software to give the best results to each patient.