Brian L. Imber, Ph.D., MA, MBA, LMHCA, BCN, BCB
Clinical Psychology Ph.D.
Brian completed his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Applied Psychophysiology at Saybrook University. He received his MA in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Applied Psychophysiology from Saybrook University, MBA from the University of San Francisco, Stanford Executive Program graduate from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and BA in Geology from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Brian is board certified in neurotherapy/neurofeedback and biofeedback (BCIA BCN & BCB). Brian is currently a Washington State pending Psychologist PY60962109, and Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate (LMHCA) MC60782139.
Brian’s approach to psychotherapy, neurotherapy and biofeedback is based on the integrative approach to healing: improving dysregulation and performance by considering multiple therapy systems that are the most suitable for the client’s situation. Brian’s Clinical Psychology education, experience and focus is treating clinical concerns with therapies that may include: Client-centered, Emotionally Focused (individuals and couples), Positive and Existential-Humanistic, Analytical (Jungian), Cognitive-Behavioral, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Motivational Interviewing, Narrative, Systems (family, interpersonal, social, work), and Psychodynamic. His awareness and focus is on holistic mind-body integration. Brian also helps clients optimize their performance in business, sports, education, and the arts.
Brian is considered an expert in biofeedback integrated with psychotherapy. He has advanced training and experience with QEEG assessments, EEG biofeedback, Heart Rate Variability biofeedback, and peripheral nervous system biofeedback. Brian’s experimental research dissertation was in the field of acute and chronic stress management, and he is considered an expert in this area along with the therapeutic application of Neurofeedback and Heart Rate Variability biofeedback for traumas, anxieties, fears, and phobias.