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Board Members and Staff

Rebecca Bassham

Rebecca Bassham is a health educator who after working as a medical imaging specialist seeing sickness and disease studying the brain from the inside out, has committed her life to helping people to become healthier through facilitation of mind-body awareness teaching self-regulation skills vs. pills. She is board certified in Neurofeedback (BCN), Quantitative EEG technologist (QEEG-T), and HRV, a licensed Radiologic Technologist (ARRT), holds a BS degree in Exercise Science with a minor in Health promotions from CSUF, completed a fellowship in Special Imaging (CT and MRI) at Loma Linda University and studied Applied Psychophysiology at Saybrook University. Rebecca has worked in the field of health and wellness for over 25 years with experience to include employee health, facilitating lifestyle change programs, and promoting community health education and outreach through radio, television, email news campaigns, and establishing an organic produce distribution system in the desert of Arizona. After discovering the power and healing of neurofeedback within her own family, she embarked on her studies of neuroscience in 2010. After working on private practice specializing in Brain Fitness, Rebecca is now the Director of Neurosciences at Pure Recovery Ca. helping people, including professional athletes, to recover from addictions and traumatic brain injury through qEEG Brain Mapping and live 3D sLORETA Imaging to visualize what the brain is doing, during which EEG Biofeedback (neurofeedback) and HRV (Heart Rate Variability) biofeedback training are applied. She is a BCIA-approved mentor for aspiring neurofeedback practitioners. Rebecca facilitates groups with life and wellness coaching to include brain fitness strategies, nutrition, exercise, goal-setting, mindfulness, stress management, and time management for a holistic, alternative approach to improve cognitive function. She also facilitates an equine experience program with her clients.

Mark Trullinger

Mark Trullinger, MSc., BCN completed his masters in Psychology: Clinical Neuroscience from Wales, United Kingdom on International Scholarship and is currently a PhD Candidate in Washington D.C. His dissertation is on medical innovation in international healthcare. Mark is actively engaged in providing scientific and technical support to management of research projects and private enterprises within many settings. He is currently the Managing Director of NeuroThrive, LLC in Maryland and a consultant to various academic researchers, clinicians, and non-profits in the region. Mark’s expertise and experience are multidisciplinary and includes 5 peer-reviewed original research publications, numerous mental health grants, and designing and implementing clinician trainings in coordination with major universities. He has proven expertise in the healthcare industry: including over 8 years of clinical practice and 4 years BCIA certified, assistant behavioral director of one of the largest community mental health centers in the country, assistant program director and team lead for NeurExpand Brain Center, and chief operating officer of a neurology practice. He has served as a representative to the AMA CPT Editorial Panel meetings on behalf of multiple stakeholders and is a board member-at-large Foundation for Neurofeedback and Neuromodulation Research (FNNR).
Mark has a history of passionate and high energy leadership across various organizations and settings. In his various roles, he always strives to advance value-driven business and practice. His leadership crosses a wide spectrum of professional settings and is directed toward achieving his goals of implementing healthcare practices that are culturally sensitive, purposeful, and innovative. Mark has lead multidisciplinary teams in clinical settings for achieving goals and elevating spirits and inspiration in team members while acting as a mentor and source of thought leadership. He has a record of being involved in co-curricular events such as, but not limited, to fundraising, participating and assisting in planning events, conferences, trainings, etc. Mark has always strived to continually learn and improve himself, while giving back through mentoring of junior members. Fun Fact: Mark enjoys learning to fly and international travel.

Advisory Board

David Trudeau
Agnieszka Zuberer
John Nash, PhD
Tom Collura, PhD
Robert Longo
Jim Evans, PhD
Joel Lubar, PhD

Staff

Shea Connor
Administrative Coordinator

Megan Stevens
Publishing Coordinator

Former FNNR (ISNR Research Foundation) Board of Directors members

Marcie Zinn

Efthymios Angelakis

Martijn Arns

Ivette Bledsoe

Genie Bodenhamer-Davis

Helen Budzynski

Rex Cannon

Richard Davis

Jay Gunkelman

Ali Hashemian

Cynthia Kerson

Lynda Kirk

Anita Kite

Dick Stark

Barry Sterman

Robert Thatcher