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Dr. Steffens has achieved a Ph.D. in Psychology and has been board certified in neurofeedback by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA) since 2010, achieving the title of Fellow. She is a qualified mentor in the field by the BCIA and is owner and Clinical Psychophysiologist of four clinics located in New York. She has worked on federally funded research grants from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and is a member of the New York State Treatment Court Professionals, holding a seat on the Otsego County and Chenango County Drug Treatment Courts. She is a valuable member of the New York State Domestic Violence Court which advocates for victims of domestic violence and is an approved provider for the New York State Office of Victim Services. Dr. Steffens has been a participant of the Southeast Biofeedback and Clinical Neuroscience Association since 2006, holding the title of Chair member for 12 years. Dr. Steffens has been practicing psychophysiology in private practice since 2005.
Mr. Bolton is a board-certified neurofeedback clinician under the BCIA’s direction since 2018. He hold a master’s degree in psychology from Southern New Hampshire University. He has worked with Dr. Steffens at Mind Matters Regional Neurofeedback Centers both as a technician and as a clinician since 2012, as well as assisting Dr. Steffens with the NYSOARS research grant, which studied the effects of neurofeedback for those struggling with addiction. He currently serves Mind Matters as a leading, hands on clinician, working underneath Dr. Steffens direction. Mr. Bolton oversees the daily clinical operation, ensuring client care is the top priority.
In his free time he enjoys running, hiking, golfing, kayaking, fishing, and skiing.
Ms. Schrag graduated from Binghamton University in 2020 with a degree in Integrative Neuroscience. She has taken many courses studying the brain, its functions, chemical makeup, and neuronal activity. She has also studied psychological behavior and disorders that have helped her understand the different aspects of brain variance and performance. Keana joined the Mind Matters team as a neurofeedback technician in March 2021 and has since advanced into the role as lead clincian for Norwich and Endicott clinic locations.
Ms. Seus graduated from the College of Saint Rose in 2020 with a degree in Psychology. As an undergraduate, Samantha ambitiously completed several research projects, with topics including the health behaviors of college students, personality disorders, and the use of humor as a coping mechanism. As the lead neurofeedback technician of the Halfmoon office, she supports clients on their neurofeedback journey. Ms. Seus joined the Mind Matters team in September 2022. She now oversees clinical responsibilities in the Clifton Park office.
In her spare time, she enjoys playing guitar, baking, and playing with her cats.
Ms. Schrag joined the Mind Matters team in January of 2023 as a technician in the Oneonta office. She graduated with an undergraduate degree from Utica University in 2022 studying cyber security. She trained in many courses involving behavioral analysis, sociology, and psychology. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family.
Mr. Steffens has been working full time with Mind Matters Region Neurofeedback Centers since 2022. Mr. Steffens is the lead neurofeedback technician and operations manager for both the Brooklyn, NY and Glen Cove, NY clinics. Prior to taking on his full-time role, Mr. Steffens interned as a neurofeedback technician while attending Hartwick College, where he received his undergraduate degree in 2014.
Ms. Steffens is a key part of the team at Mind Matters Neurofeedback Centers. She is a skilled neurofeedback technician and BCIA candidate who has practicing with Mind Matters since 2016.
Ms. Steffens experience working in other mental health disciplines has been instrumental to the overall level of client care. She has an undergraduate degree in psychology from Empire State University.