Anna Morrell earned her undergraduate degree from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania (BFA in Painting) and Master’s from Springfield College in Clinical Art Therapy in 2006. From an early age, Anna recognized the healing qualities of the arts, from expressing thoughts and feeling states to the regulating and grounding characteristics in the act of creation. In 2010, she was introduced to Neurofeedback and has since been enamored with the potential this treatment carries for regulation and the organization of self. Specializing in work with children, adolescents and caregivers, Anna incorporates Neurofeedback, Art Therapy, Sensory Modulation, and Play Therapy into her clinical sessions. She uses a person-centered, trauma informed approach as a means to increase emotional stability, self exploration, and life engagement, especially for those impacted by developmental disabilities and trauma. Having gained experience in various settings such as schools, residential programming, foster care, and outpatient clinics, Anna has been able to develop, implement, and oversee several neurofeedback programs across these settings, allowing for neurofeedback to be more accessible to populations in need. Anna is a Licensed Clinical Mental Heath Counselor, Board Certified in Neurofeedback and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, offering neurofeedback mentoring, consultation, and workshops on working with the developing mind in addition to clinical work. She is a part of the dynamic Institute for Applied Neuroscience in Asheville, NC.