Improving the Mind/Body Connection
Brain In Balance offers natural alternative treatments to improve general functioning of the brain by strengthening, calming & improving its stability & flexibility. We do this by working with you with the techniques of CBT, EMDR, Neurofeedback and/or HeartMath.
Jennifer Jantzen MSW, BSW, RTC, BCN, RCC
Jennifer is a registered social worker, registered clinical counsellor, BCIA-EEG/Othmer certified clinician for Neurofeedback and certified in HeartMath. She brings 30+ years of experience in working with children, families, individuals and an elder clientele in both social services and health. She is also Reality Therapy certified and EMDR trained, adding direct counselling skills to her clinical practice. Jennifer possesses a keen interest in assisting individuals reach their full potential. Whether in areas such as athletics, creativity, learning or overcoming psycho/physical barriers, she is thrilled to facilitate brain plasticity with her clients.
Rachael Larson BA
Rachael is a recent graduate from Simon Fraser University where she majored in Psychology and minored in Counseling and Human Development. She received a degree in Co-operative Education for her time as a public servant with the BC Ministry of Labour during her undergraduate studies. She enjoys working with children and families and is excited to be entering a career of helping others.
Sanam Khadivi BA
Sanam is a recent graduate from Simon Fraser University, where she studied Psychology and minored in Counselling and Human Development. She had the opportunity to get involved in research during her time at SFU, where she still volunteers as a research assistant in Supporting Relationships and Wellbeing lab. More specifically she studied and is interested in research on single people and wellbeing. Sanam enjoys helping individuals, supporting them to maximize their chances of success and is excited by the opportunity to do this in the Neurofeedback field.
Molly Johnsen BA
Molly is a graduate of the University of Minnesota’s Bachelor of Psychology program, and is currently studying for her Master’s degree in Neuroscience and Psychology at King’s College London. She has a background in addiction counselling and adventure therapy, and has had the privilege of learning about the human mind and how to guide it towards optimal health in several locations around the world. Molly finds the brain to be endlessly intriguing, and enjoys nothing more than witnessing those “Aha!” moments when a person truly begins to understand their own psyche.
#205 – 1070 Ridgeway Ave.