Meet Our Team
Richard L. Packard, Ph.D.
Clinical and Forensic Psychology
Richard L. Packard, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist as well as having additional certifications in forensic psychological matters. He earned his B.S. degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Dallas, his M.S. from East Texas State University, and his Ph.D. from the University of Washington. In his 30+ years of professional work, Dr. Packard has been involved in a wide variety of clinical and forensic issues as well as maintaining a long-standing interest in furthering effective treatment using a variety of methods. He has worked in a variety of settings including inpatient and outpatient, as well as corrections and private practice. Dr. Packard has received professional and academic awards for his research and clinical contributions, and is a frequent speaker and presenter at professional and scientific conferences. In more recent years, Dr. Packard has returned to an early interest in cognitive neuroscience and the implications of these developments for clinical practice.
Rogene M. Eichler West, Ph.D., BCN, CC
Clinical Neuroscience and Neurotherapy
Rogene M. Eichler West, Ph.D. received her Doctorate in Neuroscience from the University of Minnesota (1996) and postdoctoral training from the California Institute of Technology and the University of Antwerp, Belgium. Dr. West is a Board Certified Neurofeedback Clinician (BCIA) and a Washington State Certified Counselor (#CL60528100). She is a member of Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback and the International Society for Neural Regulation.
Prior to becoming a clinician, Dr. West held research and faculty positions at institutions such as University of Washington and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Dr. West’s specialty is in the interpretation of QEEG data, both for our clients and as a consultant to other clinicians. Her doctoral thesis concerned mathematical algorithms for the analysis and prediction of brain data.
In addition to her clinical duties, Dr. West consults in collaboration with BrainMaster Technologies and InteraXon to develop new software and wearable EEG tools to help mental health clinicians and their clients.
Dr. West is also available as a BCIA mentor to clinicians seeking their certification.
Jaclynn D. Moergeli, LMHCA
Mental Health Counseling
I received a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling after a year-long internship with Valley Cities Counseling and Consultation. Following this I opened a private practice treating clients with drug and alcohol, domestic violence, anxiety/depression, and relationship difficulties. I also received domestic abuse training at D.A.W.N. (Domestic Abuse Women’s Network).
In travelling, meeting people, and experiencing cultures different than my own, I’ve been given a richer, more global view of humanity, than had I not. Due to this, along with my endless curiosity and propensity for listening, the counseling field is and has been a good fit.
In closing, my passion for counseling has only grown as I’ve experienced the many advantages that Neurofeedback and Biofeedback offer. For example, in as few as 3-5 sessions this technology is capable of repairing areas of the brain that a lifetime of medications could not. These permanent and lasting changes are giving people their life back. I love what I do and love even more that I have found a home at Brain Health Northwest.
As a current student pursuing my Bachelor’s Degree in psychology at Central Washington University Des Moines, I have been searching for a balance between treatment that addresses both the emotional and physiological landscapes involved in mental health. As well as being a counselor-in-training, I am currently involved in research examining the complexities of addiction stigma, while also assisting with research addressing the social experiences of veterans. The field of psychology is my passion, and I am dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge which will allow me to help individuals of all walks of life achieve a state of being in which they can thrive and achieve. It is my goal to pursue a PhD following my undergraduate schooling and be of service to my community through research in the realm of substance use and addiction.
At Brain Health Northwest, I believe I have found a team that is truly passionate about what they do, and a treatment which I believe to be at the forefront of mental health therapy. I am excited to lend my office management capabilities to help enrich and ease the experience of clients, and I look forward to meeting all of you.
Brian L. Imber
Ph.D. Intern, MA, MBA, LMHCA, BCN, BCB
Brian is currently working toward a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Applied Psychophysiology at Saybrook University. He received his MA in Psychology with a specialization in Applied Psychophysiology from Saybrook University, MBA from the University of San Francisco, Stanford Executive Program graduate, and BA in Geology from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Brian is Board Certified in Neurotherapy/Neurofeedback and Biofeedback (BCIA BCN & BCB). Brian is in residence internship training with Brain Health Northwest working toward Washington State Psychologist licensure. Brian is currently a Washington State Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate (LMHCA) # MC60782139.
Brian’s approach to psychotherapy and neurotherapy and biofeedback is based on the integrative psychotherapy approach to healing, and changing dysregulation and performance by considering multiple therapy systems that are the most suitable for the client’s situation. Brian’s clinical psychology education and experience is with Client-Centered Psychotherapy, Positive and Existential-Humanistic Psychotherapy, Analytical Psychotherapy, and Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy, with a strong focus on holistic mind-body integration. Brian helps clients explore healing and optimizing resources and strengths they currently have or can acquire versus only looking at what is missing. In some situations, he may integrate Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, exploring personality, unconscious and conscious motivations and beliefs, and how they relate to current performance, behavior, feelings, emotions, and relationships.
Brian also has thirty-plus years working in the computer industry as a marketing and business development executive. With this experience, he has a passion for helping clients optimize their performance in business, sports, education, and the arts with neurofeedback and biofeedback assessments and training that includes: QEEG, EEG, Heart Rate Variability, muscle relaxation, peripheral temperature, electrodermal response, and respiration mechanics.