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Dr. Glenn Weiner

Dr. Weiner earned his Ph.D. from Temple University in 1982. After spending a few years working in public and private school settings he became licensed by the Virginia Board of Medicine as a Clinical Psychologist, and a Licensed School Psychologist through the Virginia Board of Psychology. He helped start Dominion Behavioral Healthcare, a multidisciplinary group behavioral healthcare practice:

“For many years my practice consisted of providing counseling and testing. My base of cognitive-behavior therapy and family therapy was added to over the years with various adjunctive approaches (e.g. solution focused therapy, EMDR, hypnosis, etc.). I have had a long-term interest in attention and learning problems. As the research demonstrating the effectiveness of neurofeedback for ADD/ADHD became clearer, I decided that it was important to add this service to my practice. Over time, and with my increased experience and development of the field, I found that this approach was highly helpful for a broad variety of difficulties including anxiety, mood, and trauma."


Dr. Weiner’s initial neurofeedback training was with Dr. Joel Lubar in 1999. He feels fortunate to have been taught by many of the leading clinicians in the field (e.g. Othmers, Thompsons, Gunkelman, Lunt, Thatcher, Monastra, deBeus, Hamlin, Cohen, Collura, and Ochs). Dr. Weiner passed the examination of the Neurotherapy and Biofeedback Certification Board in 2000. He was certified in EEG Biofeedback by the Biofeedback Certification Institute of America (BCIA) in 2002. Dr. Weiner is a member of the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research.

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Workshop & Professional Support

Dr. Weiner has presented for The International Society of Neurofeedback and Research, The Biofeedback Certification International Alliance, The Virginia Psychiatric Society, The Virginia Psychological Association, The Virginia College of Virginia/Medical College of Virginia, HCA Virginia and for several local Community Service Boards. Some of the topics have been: 

- Introduction to QEEG and Neurofeedback.
- Maximizing Neurofeedback Effectiveness: Protocol Decisions & Neurotherapeutic Tactics
- Integrating Neurofeedback and Psychotherapy
- Treating Chronic Pain with Neurofeedback and Biofeedback
- Child Neurotherapy: Tactics for enhancing our work with children
- Patient Progress Monitoring
- Neuromodulation Approaches in Clinical Practice
- The Heart and Spirit of Neurofeedback
- Deep States Training


He has written a chapter: Evolving as a Neurotherapist: Integrating psychotherapy and neurofeedback.  This appeared in The Handbook of Clinical QEEG and Neurotherapy (2016).

Since 2006, he has enjoyed mentoring other clinicians toward BCIA certification in individual and small group settings. He enjoys collaborating with other mental health professionals in adding neurofeedback to their practices.

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