WHO WE ARE
Dr. Christy Lewis
Dr. Lewis' background includes counseling individuals of all ages who need help with issues ranging from severe emotional turmoil to people who are working on taking their personal growth and/or career to a higher level. Specifically, she has extensive experience working with issues such as life/career transition, managing pain symptoms, depression, severe anxiety, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), relational issues, ADHD, insomnia, parenting, and behavior management. Our counseling and health coaching programs are designed to complement our multi-modal brain health programs. Dr. Lewis has also had extensive training and earned a certification in helping people with insomnia using the CBT-i approach.
Dr. Christy Lewis is well-known in the field of Applied Neuroscience and has been active in the field of Neurofeedback since 1995. She is Board Certified in Neurofeedback and Biofeedback through BCIA, the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance organization, and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Dr. Lewis holds a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Professional School of Psychology in Sacramento, California, a Masters of Science in Social Work from the University of North Texas at Arlington (UTA) where she graduated Suma Cum Laude and a Bachelors Social Work from the University of North Texas (UNT). She is licensed in the State of Texas as a Clinical Social Worker.
Jordan graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with his Masters of Science in Social Work with an emphasis on mental health and substance abuse. He is working toward BCN Certification, is licensed as a master's level social worker, and is working toward his clinical license under the direct supervision of Dr. Christy Lewis, LCSW-S.
He also had extensive training and earned a certification in helping people with insomnia using the CBT-i approach. He has experience working in the Emergency Department at the Methodist Richardson Medical Center's behavioral health campus, where he conducted psychosocial assessments on both voluntary and involuntary patients. Jordan is a certified SMART Recovery facilitator and he facilitated meetings for a period of four years in coordination with the Methodist Richardson Medical Center's chemical dependency outpatient program.
Ammar graduated with his Masters of Science in Social Work specializing in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment from the University of Texas at Arlington. Ammar is licensed as a social worker, with plans to pursue clinical licensure. Ammar's interests and hobbies include sports (soccer especially), exploring new cities, cultures and foods, as well as TV shows/movies.
Ammar is passionate about helping people improve the quality of their lives and empowering them to become the best version of themselves.
Laurel is a self-described autodidact with interests that include neuroscience, health and psychology. She is passionate about helping people of all ages live meaningful and healthy lives. Laurel worked as a sleep technologist in clinical and research settings before taking time off to raise her children. She is currently pursuing her Master's degree in Counseling at Texas A&M-Commerce, and works part-time at the B.E.T. Center as a Neurotechnician.
Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner
Gina Henry graduated from Southwest Texas State University with a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Biology with an emphasis microbiology and molecular biology. She worked in clinical research evaluating medications to controll disease until moving over to research the causes of disease.
After her family's health struggles were not resolved, she researched and found a successful holistic approach to healing the body. She continues her education to become a functional diagnostic nutrition practitioner and works to help clients find the sources of dysfunction to restore health.