Jessica M. Eure, LPC, BCN, MEd, EdS
Jessica Eure is Director of Neurotherapy and co-founder of the Virginia Center for Neurofeedback, Attachment & Trauma. She personally considers each neurofeedback client’s specific needs and matches them with one of the skilled neurotherapists working with the Center. Jessica’s primary focus is on overseeing the QEEG process and treatment planning for all clients who are being treated at the the Center. She provides on-going weekly BCIA-approved neurofeedback mentoring and supervision to the neurotherapists who collaborate with her, following each case through the entirety of treatment at the Center.
She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) specializing in the treatment of developmental trauma, mood disorders, PTSD and ADD using neurofeedback and psychotherapy.
She co-founded the Center with Robin Bernhard, LCSW, MEd, after attending the EEG biofeedback comprehensive training offered by EEG Spectrum International, Inc. in July 2004.
Jessica is an approved neurofeedback mentor through the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance for clinicians seeking national board certification in neurofeedback (BCN).
For more information on Jessica’s mentoring services, please click here.
Education and Training
Jessica is Board Certified in neurofeedback by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance. She has received extensive training in the theory and application of neurofeedback and QEEG from Brain Science International, EEG Spectrum International, Inc, The Learning Curve, Inc, the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, Biofeedback Training Institute, and the Behavioral Medicine Research Foundation.
In addition, Jessica has training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and has received specific EMDR supervision.
Developmental Needs Meeting Strategy (DNMS) is a therapeutic approach based on what is known about how a child’s brain develops within a healthy family. It was designed to treat present-day problems that originated with unmet childhood needs. It has also been used to resolve memories of painful physical, emotional, or sexual traumas.
Interpersonal neurobiology is an interdisciplinary field which incorporates knowledge from anthropology, biology, cognitive science, neuroscience, physics, psychology and systems theory (among other fields) to assist in understanding human experience.
Jessica works from a non-pathologizing wellness model and also pulls from postmodern theories of counseling, particularly narrative therapy. The general principles of this approach include viewing the client as the expert in his or her own life and not presuming that there is one ‘true’ reality.
Robin C. Bernhard, LCSW, MEd, BCN
To contact Robin, please call (434) 825-6545
Sarah McDonald, LCSW, BCN
maryann Piirto, MA, BCN
Maryann has been offering supportive psychotherapy and neurofeedback at the Virginia Center for Neurofeedback since June 2016, while working towards her Professional Counseling license (LPC). She is board certified in neurofeedback and has special training in EMDR.
Maryann has an MA in Professional Counseling from Liberty University. She was a Campus Minister for over twenty years, where she had the opportunity to support and encourage students through their transition into college life. Some of the campuses she worked at include Cornell University, the University of New York at Buffalo, and the College of William & Mary. Maryann became interested in neurofeedback after seeing it’s effectiveness with two of her children who struggled with learning disabilities and adjustment disorder from trauma.
Akinleye Odeleye, MS, BCN-Technician Candidate
Akinleye Odeleye, MS, has been receiving mentorship in neurofeedback from Jessica Eure since July 2019 and is training and studying at achieve national certification as a Neurofeedback Technician. Akin studied at The University of Western Australia where he received his Bachelors of Science in Neuroscience and Chemistry in 2008. He continued his scientific training at The University of Pennsylvania working as a research specialist examining the role of cellular stress pathways in trauma-, HIV- and antiretroviral drug-mediated neuronal damage and death in the central nervous system. Subsequent to that, he earned a Master of Science in Neuroscience at The University of Virginia in 2018, where he investigated the link between diet and dopamine biology in anxiety and addiction. Akin has been a Charlottesville local since 2012. He aims to provide neurofeedback to help support our clinic’s clients in navigating life’s challenges. He believes everyone deserves the opportunity to live life abundantly, authentically and exceptionally.