r. Tate has been Board Certified in Neurofeedback since 2006 and she has 30 years of experience teaching, training and developing courses. She started her career as a secondary public school teacher and then obtained a Master’s degree in Communication from the University of South Florida. She then worked as a professional corporate trainer for a large Internet Banking company for 10 years where she developed training courses and educational manuals for various types of 2 to 5 day in-seat and online courses. She also traveled regularly to banks around the country providing In-Service training designed to meet their specific needs. Dr. Tate obtained a Master’s degree in Counseling from Regent University in 2004 and a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision in 2009. She became a licensed professional counselor in June of 2006 in Virginia and transferred that license to Colorado in 2009. She worked at Colorado Christian University as faculty and Program Director for 5 years where she developed over 20 courses and helped the Counseling program obtain CACREP accreditation. Dr. Tate began doing Neurofeedback as a counseling intern in 2003 and has maintained a private practice since 2006. She resigned from CCU in 2015 due to the growth and success of her clinical practice. She has trained over 20 interns and therapists in Neurofeedback, became a GNI (Global Neurofeedback Initiative) instructor in January of 2016 with Stress Therapy Solutions and has taught the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA) certification course in Neurofeedback since that time.
Dr. Tate still operates a clinical practice in Golden, Colorado where she works with clients of all ages and focuses primarily on attention and mood disorders including trauma and learning disorders. She has also begun working more extensively with symptoms of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Dr. Tate did qEEG analyses and Neurofeedback for the Rocky Mountain Memory Center in Fort Collins in partnership with Neuropsychologist Dr. Kathleen Lauren from 2013 to 2017 where she worked extensively with executive function and dementia issues in adults up to 90 years of age.
Dr. Tate has implemented and gained experience with various Neurofeedback tools in her practice including: