Nathan Brown, PhD

Nathan Brown

Nathan Brown, PhD

Dr. Nathan Brown has over 40 years of experience in the fields of clinical psychology, neurotherapy and biofeedback, and organizational consulting. In 1985, Dr. Brown received his doctorate from Fuller Graduate School of Psychology, where he was trained in a biopsychosocial approach to mental health and performance. Rooted in this perspective, he began his work in biofeedback and neurofeedback, exploring the potential of these tools to deepen the effectiveness of traditional health and wellness methods, such as psychotherapy and performance coaching.

In addition to his training and experience in biofeedback and neurofeedback, Dr. Brown has specialized expertise in clinical health psychology, geropsychology, assessment, and prevention-oriented community psychology. He has held academic posts at Fuller Graduate School of Psychology and Seattle Pacific University, where he served as Dean and Associate Professor.

Through TrueBearing Academy, Dr. Brown trains clinicians who seek to deepen their skills in the use of evidence-based applications of biofeedback and neurofeedback. He also consults with a wide range of organizations seeking to foster healthy corporate culture and to encourage the development of effective leaders.

Dr. Brown’s focus in this area is neither academic nor abstract. As an active clinician he believes that a functional understanding of the relationship between brain patterns and problems in living is key to ‘mastering your craft’ for any therapist or other healthcare/wellness practitioner.

Dr. Brown has consulted for many years with a variety of digital health tech firms, including J&J Electronics, BrainBit, Myndlift, Juva Health, as well as Divergence Neuro, where he currently serves as Senior Clinical Advisor. Dr. Brown’s central focus is advising on research, clinical protocol design, and the training of neurotherapists through TrueBearing Academy.

Throughout his career, Dr. Brown has been drawn to the wisdom and power of an integrative view of human beings. Our body, brain, mind, and spirit are rooted in our relationships and the communities to which we belong, and each of these elements play a vital and interconnected role in the quality of our lives. When problems in living arise, each of these biopsychosocial factors must be considered and incorporated into an effective strategy for lasting change.

Dr. Nathan Brown practices in Seattle and Bellingham WA, while also maintaining an active remote practice offering neurofeedback, consulting, and speaking services worldwide.

Financial Disclosures: Dr. Nathan Brown practices in Seattle and Bellingham WA, while also maintaining an active remote practice offering neurofeedback, consulting, and speaking services worldwide. Nathan Brown PhD maintains a private practice/is principal of TrueBearing LLC. He serves as Senior Clinical Advisor for Divergence Neuro. He receives a speaking honorarium from Leading Edge Seminars Inc.

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