Neurofeedback Practitioner

Posted: September 15, 2020

Bhakti Brain Health Clinic provides state-of-the-art, personalized, service-oriented neurofeedback, biofeedback and neuromodulation treatment/therapy to individuals. As a business we adhere to the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) principles to create a highly organized, efficiently managed business. We are looking for a practitioner to join our neurofeedback program. A major consideration in our hiring process will be to find a candidate who meets the following EOS principles:

G: You “get” what the job entails; you get what our company is about.

W: You “want” to work for a company who values commitment, communication, organization, integrity, personal and professional growth, autonomy and collaboration.

C: You have the “capacity” to do the work described in this job description.

Our everyday work and interactions are rooted in our Core Values:


Our clinic is built on a belief that “we all do better when we all do better” (Paul Wellstone). This value embodies the deeper meaning of the word cooperation, the manifestation of an ongoing commitment to relationship and mutual support. At the core of this value is the vow to adhere to the idea that sometimes I give and sometimes I receive. The embodiment of this idea moves us all forward together. As John F. Kennedy stated, “A rising tide lifts all boats”.


We hold a holistic perspective of the workplace - a culture embedded in a mesh work of interconnectedness and interdependence; there are aspects we are responsible for and ones we are responsible to. Our clinic culture recognizes each individual is a whole on-to themselves and at the same time a part of a larger whole, their department, their company, their community. We encourage, expect and support each individual to act with a sense of responsibility, empowerment, and both agency and connectedness in all they do.


We value personal and professional growth. Maya Angelou once stated, “When we know better, we do better.” We support each other to exemplify a growth mindset. As a clinic we demonstrate commitment to our, and our employees’, growth. In doing so, each of us gives the best of who we are while we continue to learn and cultivate our own capacities and grow toward a personally and professionally rewarding career.

Openness & Being of Service

Our general response to clinic and colleague needs, issues, and concerns is, first and foremost, “how can I help?” We deeply value the act of being of service. This isn’t an ideological value, it is a lived one each and every day. This act of service carries through to our clients and professional collaborations. We value openness, characterized by the word, ‘yes’, and the intention to consider all possibilities without preconceived notions.


This is a rare opportunity for someone with an interest in broadening their skill base while working within an established program, with an option to grow into their own business. We are seeking a reliable, self-motivated team-player who is dedicated to professional growth and service to others. The successful candidate will have outstanding communication skills, be a compassionate professional who works well in a team environment and is motivated to seek new efficient solutions and processes for every aspect of the job.

Prior knowledge of neurofeedback and biofeedback is preferred, but not required. We are offering training in how to conduct QEEG (brain mapping) and neurofeedback, biofeedback and heart rate variability training to clients with a variety of conditions, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, chemical use issues, OCD, PTSD, ADHD, traumatic brain injury, as well as peak performance. Once you have completed the training you will be able to develop a caseload of clients within our program.


  • The practitioner will learn/demonstrate the skills necessary to conduct qEEGs and neurofeedback training with clients using 19-channel z-score and Loreta neurofeedback training, as well as 2 and 4-channel neurofeedback training.
  • The practitioner will be responsible for delivering a variety of clinic services including client intake and cognitive assessments, qEEG (brain mapping) acquisition, 19-channel neurofeedback training, biofeedback, and heart rate variability training.
  • The practitioner will be expected to maintain appropriate HIPPA-compliant documentation and record-keeping of trainings.
  • The practitioner will be available to attend weekly meetings with program staff.
  • The practitioner must be highly organized and very comfortable with both people and technology.
  • The practitioner must be self-motivated and be able to work independently and collaboratively.
  • The practitioner will be expected to take an active role in program development, marketing and clinical knowledge acquisition when not engaged in direct services.
  • The nature of the position is one of a contracted (1099) employee with opportunity to move into partnership or ownership.
  • The practitioner can work part-time or full-time as agreed upon at the time of hire.


Minimum of Master’s Degree in a mental health-related field and demonstrated experience in working with a client/patient population (including practicums and/or internships).


Our clinic follows the CDC Clinical Care Guidelines. In addition, we have developed the capacity to do remote training within our clinical setting so that there is limited contact between practitioner and client.


If what you’ve read about this position has you excited about possibilities please apply to join our team. To do so submit a letter of intent that tells us how you see yourself fitting in with our team, a current resume/CV and a list of 3 references who can speak to your clinical skills and abilities. Materials should be submitted to:

Fran Bieganek, MS, LP
Bhakti Brain Health Clinic
[email protected]