Dr. Buck has worked in various capacities in the mental health and addictions profession since 1991. She completed her bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees through the Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation at The University of Arizona, traditional on-campus programs. Dr. Buck is a faculty member at the University of Arizona, College of Applied Sciences & Technology, Human Services program. She has previously served on faculty at The University of Texas Pan-American, the University of Arizona, Prescott College, and Arizona School for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Dr. Buck has presented at numerous conferences and has published in the areas of addictive disorders, spirituality and healing, and worldviews and integrative medicine. She is passionate about neurofeedback and has followed trends in neurofeedback research and technology since 1993. Dr. Buck has worked with hundreds of clients in private practice and as a neurofeedback home user provider since 2012. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Arizona and Texas, is Board Certified in Neurofeedback through BCIA, and is a Certified Amen Clinics Brain Health Coach.
Steve Parent is a Neurofeedback Technical Trainer. As a former Network Engineer at CBS Television in Los Angeles and an award-winning commercial real estate investment advisor, Steve brings his technical and personal relationship skills to the world of Neurofeedback, helping individuals and families overcome symptoms of various disorders.
Born and raised in the West San Fernando Valley of California, Steve studied business at USC and more recently studied Neuroscience, Neurobiology, and Clinical Neurology through Harvard Medical School Extension, University of Chicago Medical School, and University of California San Francisco Medical School, respectively. He is BCIA trained in Neurofeedback with the Stens Corporation, considered to be the finest Neurofeedback training available. Steve also completed Mediation/Conflict Resolution Certification training through Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, and continues his learning with CME courses through University of Massachusettes Medical School (UMASS) and Harvard Medical School. Steve is also an active member of LAPD’s Community Police Advisory Board, a volunteer organization dedicated to improving the relationship between LAPD, the community, and local government. Steve and his wife Anna have been married for 27 years and live in Tarzana with their two daughters and two rescue dogs.