Dr Tom Diamond PhD

Certified Neurofeedback Specialist
Registered Clinical Counsellor

Dr. Tom Diamond’s career covers counselling, teaching, research and consulting with over 100 organizations. He specializes in the use of Neurofeedback and related technologies that strengthen brain health. Dr. Diamond is a frequent workshop facilitator and public speaker, and has directed a doctoral psychology program at Walden University. He is one of 79 Canadian practitioners with Board Certification in Neurofeedback from the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA), and is a Registered Clinical Counsellor in British Columbia. Dr. Diamond has a Ph.D. in the Psychology of Organizations and an M.A. in Clinical Psychology

Affiliations

Dr Diamond received training by these leading Neurofeedback experts

Dr Swingle

Considered one of the founding fathers of Clinical Psychoneurophysiology, one of a select few, directly responsible for bringing Neurotherapy out of university labs and clinics to the general populace in the 1980’s

John Demos

John earned his Master’s degree in Mental Health counseling in 1994 from Vermont College of Norwich-University. He was licensed by the state of Vermont as a Clinical Mental counselor in 1997.

Michael Mariano

Senior Neurofeedback therapist and author at Swingle Clinic

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Recent Blog Posts

What Is Neurofeedback? A Game-Changing ADHD Treatment

This article appeared in Additude Magazine - Winter 2018 - additudemag.com Neurofeedback is likely to improve focus if your child has been correctly diagnosed, and if he or she has a therapist who encourages improvement. Here is everything you need to know about this...

Discount for SD71 Staff – Work 2 Wellness Program

We are excited to announce that we have joined School District 71 in their Work 2 Wellness program by offering a 20% discount on our services to SD71 staff. SD71 Wellness Program is an exciting program that his committed to educating and supporting employees and their...

Bigger Hippocampus = Better Health

Did you know that you can grow your hippocampus? This is a small but critical part of your brain that is responsible for memory, learning and forming brand new brain cells! Yes that's right. Your brain grows about 700 new cells every day. Eventually all the cells in...

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