Tyler Mark received dual bachelor’s degrees in psychology and philosophy from the University of Missouri – Kansas City and is currently working towards his Master’s in Applied Neuroscience at King’s College. With interests in nature and the nature of consciousness, he has been a wilderness therapy guide in the Mad River Valley of Vermont, a philosophy of mind graduate student at Colorado State University and subsequent arborist in Boulder, Colorado. Prior to co-founding Connect Neurofeedback, Tyler had been working in the Vermont school system as a Case Manager for youth, ages 5-18. During that time, he was focused on the social-emotional regulation of his clients and worked with the highest needs students in his district to help them be able to better access the education that their pervasive developmental, learning and behavioral issues prevented them from enjoying. Upon receiving a concussion while working with this population, Tyler received Neurofeedback training from a provider in Winooski, Vermont. Having been informed by the neurologist and various therapists (physical, occupational, and speech/language) that he had reached “maximum medical intervention,” Tyler continued to improve in areas of attention, emotional regulation, and migraines (both pain and visual distortions), through continued Neurofeedback training. This healing has inspired the training that he received so that he can share this felt experience with others in his hometown of Kansas City, Missouri. Tyler is currently working on his MSc in Applied Neuroscience at King’s College – London.
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