Kayle holds a master’s degree in Behavioral Medicine from Goddard College. Her initial training in peripheral biofeedback – heart rate, temperature, etc. – was at Applied Psychophysiology Institute of Bainbridge Island, Washington followed by supervision under John Jordy at Western Washington University.
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She started studying neurofeedback with Sue Othmer in 1994, and added it to her thriving stress management practice in 1996. In 2001 she began her on-going training with Dr. Len Ochs, the inventor of the Low Energy Neurofeedback System which has become a favorite among her many tools. Kayle is certified by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance.
Kayle excels at helping her clients identify behavioral issues that are influencing their health. Working with them, she helps bring about lasting change. Kayle loves to teach. She has presented at local, regional, national and international conferences. She is an adjunct member of the faculty at National University of Natural Medicine where she teaches Behavioral Medicine. A survivor of multiple “mild” TBIs, Kayle has found that many of her most memorable and rewarding cases have been survivors of traumatic brain injury.
In this episode we cover
- What traumatic brain injury is
- How the mind and body responds to TBI
- Signs and symptoms that may indicate someone has a brain injury
- How long after a TBI can physiological changes occur in the body
- The impact TBI has on digestive function
- How TBI’S are diagnosed
- Ways we can address and treat TBI before they cause such collateral damage
- And so much more
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