Regan Steinert, LCDC-I, ICP
21638-A State Highway 249
Houston, TX 77070
Your Brain Can Heal
Your brain is not hard-wired; it is not limited or fixed in its abilities to heal!
Your brain can create new neural pathways--a scientifically proven ability called Neuroplasticity. Taking advantage of this ability, your brain can function in a more balanced and healthy way, increasing productivity and memory, and taking control of your emotions.
How can you tap into this ability? IASIS MicroCurrent Neurofeedback is a state-of-the-art, non-invasive, drugless method for teaching the brain to function in a better way. This simple and pleasant modality can shift the way the brain produces and distributes its electrical energy.
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How Does Microcurrent Neurofeedback Therapy Work?
Unlike traditional neurofeedback therapy, MicroCurrent Neurofeedback (MCN) therapy produces fast, effective results with fewer sessions. The ease and simplicity of MCN treatment distinguish it from traditional neurofeedback.
With repeated exposure to stress, illness or damage to brain tissue, the central nervous system (CNS) becomes unbalanced. This imbalance leads to a multitude of impairments in health and overall quality of life.
Through the use of carefully calibrated and controlled electrical signals, or microcurrent, IASIS neurofeedback speaks to the brain in a language it can understand, “biofeedback to the brain”, and gently nudges the CNS toward balance (homeostasis). IASIS MCN Neurofeedback, unlike medications, has the potential to produce enduring modifications to the inefficiently functioning brain, guiding it toward optimal health and performance.
MCN produces a measurable change in the brain waves without conscious effort from the individual receiving the feedback. The result is a changed brainwave state and a much greater ability for the brain and nervous system to regulate itself. MCN is imperceptible to the client and painless. Our experience shows that more than 85% of our clients observe a noticeable positive response in one to three sessions. Reported changes are generally enduring and sustainable.
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Janelle Martin is a married mother of two children from Magnolia, Texas. She has a Bachelor's degree in Biology and Chemistry from the University of Northern Iowa, and an Accounting degree from LoneStar College. She is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) and currently working on her Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Lamar University. Janelle has been actively involved in the recovery community in the Houston and Montgomery County areas since 2019. She facilitates weekly PAL (Parents of Addicted Loved Ones) meetings and sponsors other parents as part of her personal 12-step recovery program.
Janelle was formally trained as an IASIS Certified Provider (ICP) in August, 2019. Through Janelle's extensive experience using IASIS MicroCurrent Neurofeedback, she has witnessed many incredible transformations in her clients, especially when conducted alongside traditional therapy. She strives to keep IASIS MCN available and affordable to anyone wanting to improve their quality of life.
Janelle is very excited to be serving her community, offering addiction counseling, Brainspotting and IASIS MicroCurrent Neurofeedback and contributing to the overall improved health and wellness, both physically and mentally, of each person she has the opportunity to work with.
Janelle personally maintains her brain health with IASIS MCN sessions.
Regan Steinert was born in Houston, Texas. Since the age of 3, she lived with her mother, stepfather and her older brother in Montgomery, TX. At the age of 17, she started her journey in recovery by getting sober at the Pathway Program, an alternative peer group (APG) in Arizona. Since being committed to her own recovery as a teenager, Regan has taken great strides in helping those in her community, and it has been her mission to share her story to help as many people she can. Regan has spoken on multiple podcasts such as ‘Let’s Talk Recovery Houston’, Mosaics of Mercy’s ‘Hope Pieced Together’, and Melissa Radke’s ‘Ordinary People, Ordinary Things’, as well as others.
She became a certified Recovery Coach in 2019, has experience in rehabilitation detox centers, alternative peer groups, as well as recovery centers. She is also a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern (LCDC-I), IASIS Certified Provider (ICP) of IASIS MicroCurrent Neurofeedback and trained in Brainspotting therapy. Her specialty is working with teens and young adults who are dealing with substance use issues themselves or have a loved one who is affected by substance use. She is simultaneously continuing her education toward her plan to become a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).