Canada - Instructor
Doug is a clinical counselor, art therapist, & neurofeedback practitioner who has been working with youth and adults since 1991. He has vast experience working with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other neurodiverse populations using NeurOptimal® training in conjunction with other modalities. Doug incorporates neurofeedback training in all aspects of his work.
Doug was the creator and Director of the Parent Driven Autism Service for 7 years with SOS Children’s Village BC. The first fully accredited Neurofeedback program in BC. He has worked with the Vancouver and Surrey School Districts, as well as several large private organizations in the Greater Vancouver Regional District. Doug has been a past presenter and trainer with UBC, Langara College, and Douglas College as well the 2018 NeurOptimal® Focus on Research Conference regarding his work using NeurOptimal® training with Autism youth, and the BCACC 2019 Conference “Wired Together” presenting on Adding Neurofeedback to your Practice.
Currently, Doug is the owner / operator of DRW NeuroPerformance, and is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors, Doug is an Advanced NeurOptimal® Trainer, Zengar Institute Certification Instructor, and NeurOptimal® Sales Representative.
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Such a great support
Doug has helped me in many ways in the last couple of years. He has always encouraged me to grow my business and to believe in myself. He helped me better understand the ins and outs of renting systems out and has always responded quickly when I have questions. Always positive and uplifting. THANK YOU DOUG!!!
Excellent in person experience
Personally I found that this “in person” style of training was far superior than the “online” option I participated in later that year for my advanced training. Having that personal connection with Doug and with the other participants made a huge difference in creating a more enjoyable and richer learning experience. Getting to know the other participants and hear their experiences with Neuroptimal was enlightening. Being able to ask questions as they arise and have the answers immediately was extremely helpful in understanding and learning the information being taught.