Judy Prichason, LCSW
Judy, director for The New Jersey Institute For Neurofeedback, has always had a passion for helping people. First as a Critical Care Nurse and now as a therapist, Judy has supported and encouraged people of all ages in their efforts to grow and change. Studying the brain and behavior has been her passion for years. Trained as a Family Therapist and Neurofeedback Specialist, Judy and her team will partner with you on an exciting journey to attain the personal growth you are committed to accomplishing.
Amy Burns-Spina, MSW, LCSW
Amy has over a decade of experience working with a diverse population with special focus in gerontology and disability. She graduated Sumna Cum Laude, earning her Masters from Rutgers University. Her advanced field education took place at Kessler Institute For Rehabilitation. She is the creator and owner of the the Student Education & Experience for Disability Sensitivity (S.E.E.D.S) program, an anti-bullying program active in New Jersey primary schools since 2008. She was a featured speaker at the National Arc Conference in 2010 and 2013, and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).
Rose Slirzewski, LCSW
Rose has 17 years of experience; she received her MSW from Rutgers Graduate School of Social Work. She supports individuals in their journey with a focus on self-compassion, mindfulness and acceptance. Embracing change can be daunting; finding hope that transformation is possible is necessary. Rose supports Neurofeedback treatment through exploration of challenges and cognitive behavioral techniques to enhance coping and personal growth.
Melissa earned her BA in psychology from Rowan University. Our most experienced technician, Melissa's skill and knowledge of Neurofeedback has proven invaluable to helping clients of all backgrounds enhance their lives. An avid snowmobile rider, Melissa loves going to upstate New York whenever she has the chance.
Stephanie graduated from Georgian Court University with her B.A. in Psychology. Her experience working with students with autism and the homeless population has ignited her passion for the mental health field and overall wellness. If she isn't exploring different places to eat, she is hiking somewhere in the tri-state area.
Daniel graduated from The College of New Jersey with studies focusing on clinical psychology. Working previously for a high-acuity eating disorders unit and as a teacher, his experience working with diverse populations lends to his expertise in understanding many of the conditions Neurofeedback helps. He is a big fan of Formula One Racing and you can probably catch him out and about on any given weekend.
Erica graduated from Kean University with her bachelor's degree in Biology. During her years at Kean, she took part in many philanthropic events during which she developed a passion for helping others. Erica helps put everyone at ease. She likes to spend time with friends and family and enjoys country concerts.