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About Us

About Our Center

Your mind is the General and your body responds like soldiers.

When your General is making decisions without the proper connections and information, health becomes an issue for the soldiers. This means that your mind needs to learn how to connect and store information correctly so that the body can be healthy. When you are healthy, you are happy. When you are happy, your quality of life is exceptional!

We are a group of practitioners that have multiple skills and distinct knowledge in the area of healing brain disorders. We are devoted to healing through the integration of traditional and complementary treatments. We believe that the holistic integrated treatment approaches are more effective, and are gentler on the patient's body and spirit.

Here at the Brain Healing Center of america, with the help and guidance of doctors Paul Wand and Gerald Gluck, your healing capabilities will be discovered.

Meet the Doctors

Victoria Wasserman, BSN, RN, CRNA, Neurotherapist

Mrs. Wasserman received her nursing degree from Western Connecticut State University and pursued her postgraduate studies, in Anesthesia, at the Hospital of St. Raphael’s School of Nurse Anesthesia in New Haven, CT. Victoria is an Associate Fellow of the BCIA, holding board certification in Neurofeedback and utilizes that powerful technology together with QEEG Brain Mapping, Peripheral Biofeedback, Guided Imagery, Mindfulness Training and Vibro-Acoustic Music Therapy to create a multi-modality approach to Mind-Body Medicine. She is experienced with Brain Based problems, such as ADD/ADHD, and Post Concussion Syndrome as well as Disorders of Regulation, including Chronic Pain Management, Migraine Headaches, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Anxiety and Depression and more.

 
 
 




Are you looking for answers?

There are so many ways to increase your healing capabilities.


 

Neurofeedback, attention deficit disorder, ADD, ADHD,hyperactivity, Aspergers, autism, depression, anxiety, DAN doctor, Neurology