About Dr. Reynolds PHD
Dr. Reynolds received his masters and doctorate degrees from Georgia State University in 1992. He became involved in EEG Neurofeedback training in 1978 while a research assistant at UCLA in the laboratory of Dr. Barry Sterman. Dr. Sterman is the neuroscientist who first both the practicalities of training brain wave activity, as well as the clinical applications to human conditions such as epilepsy.
While working in the UCLA lab, Dr. Reynolds observed firsthand the kinds of benefits that accrued to the patients who were training there. In particular, he saw the improvement in their overall intellectual and emotional functioning as well as their physical well-being.
Over twenty-five years ago, Dr. Reynolds created Connecticut Education Services (CES), now called The Reynolds Clinic, to fill a need in the services available to people with brain-based disorders such as Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Learning Disabilities, and Executive Functioning Deficits. While Neurofeedback has long been a successful treatment for these conditions, it has been more readily available on the West Coast. Until Dr. Reynolds organized CES, few doctors in the Northeast had yet chosen to invest in the treatment of brain-based disorders with EEG Neurofeedback.
Dr Reynolds’ approach to clinical services is unique. From the inception of the clinic he saw the need to provide EEG Neurofeedback treatment within the context of a complete range of psychological, rehabilitative, and educational services. Each case is followed and supervised by Dr. Reynolds in order to ensure that all aspects of care are addressed. This includes diagnostic services; Quantitative Electroencephalography (QEEG), Neurofeedback, parent coaching, family therapy, and PPT representation (parent/teacher school meetings).
Throughout the year, Dr. Reynolds provides free educational seminars for parents and children with Attention Deficit Disorder, Learning Disabilities and Behavioral Disorders, as well as in-service training programs addressing educational challenges such as classroom behavior management. Dr. Reynolds’ appearances on television broadcasts and radio talk shows regularly generate some of the highest audiences’ responses ever seen by those media outlets.
Dr. Reynolds is available for school in-school services meetings and public speaking engagements. To inquire about arrangements please contact the Administrative Director, Jessica Fuentes, at 860-343-0227 x102 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.