We all have within us the energy to thrive, flourish, discover our purpose and truth, and leave this world in better shape than we found it. If we are able to stop feeling sorry for ourselves and tap into this energy, we will feel connected and loved by others, physically healthy, excited by new ideas, purposefully productive, peaceful within, and at one with the universe.
Psychologist Lita Rawdin Singer, biofeedback and neurofeedback specialist Stephanie Dawn Singer, and graduate student Brandon Singer combine professional experience, knowledge, and case stories to share five innovative steps that will help others tap into their energy, release useless mind chatter, and create the best life possible. While leading others on a journey through the mind, body, brain, spirit and soul, and heart, the Singers teach how to:
• Make sense of information that enters through our five senses on a daily basis
• Utilize supportive tools to create a new story and develop an optimal self
• Deal with stress and use biofeedback to become mindful and conscious
• Access intellectual and problem solving abilities with neurofeedback
• Embrace life in a joyful, courageous, and loving way
This guidebook shares a proven five-step process that encourages others to take charge of their lives and realize whole body healing, inner-peace, and a meaningful purpose.
Lita Rawdin Singer, PhD
is a professor and psychologist who has traveled extensively and was one of the first female stockbrokers on Wall Street. She earned her BA and MA from California University, Northridge, and her doctorate in Psychology from California Graduate Institute. Dr. Singer lives in Santa Barbara, California.
Stephanie Dawn Singer, M.S. (marriage and family therapist Intern #69285) is a biofeedback and neurofeedback therapist specializing in applied psychophysiology. She specializes in mindful cognitive therapy and treatment of the whole person for individuals, couples, families, and children.
Brandon Louis Singer is a graduate student pursuing a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. He utilizes the techniques of the Biofeedback and Neurofeedback Treatment Center and Mindful Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. His orientation is toward treating the whole person, mind, body, soul and spirit.