Joy Lunt is a registered nurse. After 10 years of clinical experience as a nurse in hospital settings, administrative roles and home health care, she opened her first Neurofeedback Practice in 1993. Joy trained initially with Sue and Siegfried Othmer and has trained with Dr. Barry Sterman, Dr. Joel Lubar, Drs'. Michael and Lynda Thompson and other pioneers in the field. Joy’s first Neurofeedback practice was located in Chicago and operated for 11 years. She moved to Burbank California and opened a second practice there in 2003. Joy’s practice is limited to Neurofeedback so she has had the privilege of providing these services full time for over 20 years. Joy is a frequent presenter with EEG Spectrum, now EEG Education and Research and has done several presentations at the annual ISNR meetings. Joy also does local community outreach presentations to provide educational information to the public. Joy functions as a recognized mentor for BCIA and does individual consulting and mentoring internationally. Joy works in partnership with Q-Metrx and provides neurofeedback recommendations based on the QEEG analysis upon client’s requests. Joy is an author with Jack Johnstone and Jay Gunkelman of : Clinical Database Development: Characterization of EEG Phenotypes, Electroencephalography and Clinical Neuroscience, 2005 36 (2), 99-107. She also co-authored a chapter with Jack Johnstone Ph.D., Use of Quantitative EEG to Predict Therapeutic Outcome in Neuropsychiatric Disorders. In: R. Coben & J.R. Evans (Eds). Neurofeedback and Neuromodulation Techniques and Applications. New York: Academic Press, to be published 2011. pp. 3-23.