Dr. Roger deBeus started his EEG career at New York Hospital/Cornell Medical Center in the Chronobiology Lab. He has been funded on several grants to conduct research on neurofeedback with AD/HD, substance abuse, and traumatized female adolescents. He is a Past-President of the International Society of Neurofeedback and Research, Consulting Editor for the Journal of Neurotherapy, QEEG and Neurofeeback Associate Editor for the Biofeedback journal. He currently holds a Clinical Assistant Professor position in the department of Psychiatry, Quillen College of Medicine, at East Tennessee State University. Dr. Roger deBeus is also a Site Principal Investigator for the International Study to Predict Optimised Treatment (iSPOT) for both depression and AD/HD Drs. Roger and Mary deBeus both received a doctorate in Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine from the University of North Texas. During graduate school they both were employed at one of the few neurotherapy clinics housed at a university. Drs. deBeus are Licensed Clinical Psychologists and BCIA-EEG Fellows, and have been practicing for over 20 years combined with inpatient and outpatient populations. They have used QEEG as part of an assessment battery to help guide neurofeedback protocols with several hundred patients during this time. These doctors have utilized a strong scientific background combined with clinical expertise to help many clinicians improve their clinical neurofeedback outcomes. They both provide QEEG consulting services that analyzes EEG/QEEG data, generates Functional QEEG reports, and provides neurofeedback recommendations.