March is Brain Awareness Month

by Zoe Bonack, PsyD, BCN, March 5, 2018

March is a month that brings awareness to those with brain injury. Traumatic Brain Injury - TBI is currently a hot topic as a result of heightened awareness of the effects of repeated brain injury. Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy - CTE and TBI have been highlighted by the media and in the movie Concussion. CTE is […]


Mental Health and New Year’s Resolutions

by Zoe Bonack, PsyD, BCN, February 13, 2018

Why not make Mental Health a part of your New Year’s Resolution? Mental health and physical health are equally important in providing the balance that we need. Addressing your mental health needs is just as important as making sure you are taking care of your body through healthy exercise. So why not make an effort […]


Neurofeedback Changes Lives

by Zoe Bonack, PsyD, BCN, November 8, 2017

I had the chance to go to a neurofeedback conference a couple of weeks ago and saw many presentations that inspired me. I got into the field of neurofeedback as a result of wanting to help people feel better. I often find that as people feel better they are able to engage in psychotherapy in […]


Mental Health Awareness

by Zoe Bonack, PsyD, BCN, October 12, 2017

Last week was Mental Health Awareness Week. I really like the theme that was chosen this year "I am Stigma Free." Often times I hear people express wanting to be understood by others, with worrying about how others may perceive their symptoms or diagnosis. They do not want to be seen as just being someone […]


Enjoying Quiet Moments

by Zoe Bonack, PsyD, BCN, October 9, 2017

Many of us find ourselves feeling rushed with the constant demands that seem impossible to fulfill. Many times it seems difficult to be able to find those quiet moments in which our mind can rest. I often find myself observing my dog in the mornings when I take her out. Dogs are so driven by […]