The Expertise of Our NeuroHealth Brain Specialist

Trust in the expertise of a board certified clinical neuropsychologist to analyze data pertaining to brain functioning and development of a “neurotherapeutic game plan”.

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Dr. Kyle Bonesteel, PH.D, ABPP-CN, MSCP, BCN

» BCIA-BCN, Board Certified, EEG Neurofeedback
» ABPP-CN, Board Certified, Clinical Neuropsychology
» Prescribing Neuropsychologist
» Served as Clinical Professor of Neurology
» Fellowship Trained, Clinical Neuropsychology

The NeuroHealth Method

Since 2001, we have been dedicated to helping children, teens and adults overcome the struggles that they encounter in daily life. Advanced neuroscience methods allow us to not only arrive at a diagnosis, but also allows us to determine the exact brain related factors contributing to symptoms. In other words, getting to the root cause of the symptoms.

At NeuroHealth, comprehensive neuropsychological testing and brain mapping play a crucial role in evaluating cognitive functions, behavioral tendencies, and emotional regulation. Based on this data, advanced forms of neurofeedback (and other methods) can be customized to provide a therapeutic avenue to improve brain regulation in real time resulting in improvements in symptoms. In addition, pharmacogenetic testing allows us to analyze an individual’s genetic profile to optimize supplement or medication selection, as needed, thereby improving treatment outcomes for a host of psychological and neurological conditions.

Brain Mapping

A brain map can give us specific information about how the brain is functioning, what areas are causing your symptoms, and begin to build a brain training strategy to restore balance and resolve any issues.

Comprehensive Neuropsychological Evaluation

During the evaluation process, Dr. Bonesteel and our technicians get a complete picture of how your brain is functioning and collect data to find areas to work on during your training.

Personalized Brain Training Plans

Through neurofeedback, cognitive therapies, and pharmacotherapy (as needed) we address a spectrum of symptoms including those related to mood regulation, anxiety levels, focus-concentration, and cognitive functioning through targeted brain activity regulation.

What Are Some of the Benefits?


Neurofeedback & Brain Mapping Studies

Neurofeedback research is gaining momentum as technology, especially in neuroimaging, allows precise monitoring of brain activity. This surge is driven by potential applications in treating neurological and psychological disorders. Concurrently, brain mapping research using advanced imaging techniques provides insights into the connectivity of brain regions, enhancing our understanding of cognition and behavior. The synergy between neuropsychology and brain mapping holds promise for personalized therapeutic interventions, marking an exciting era in neuroscience with potential for novel treatments and deeper insights into the brain's complexity.

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Neurofeedback and Affect Regulation Circuitry in Depressed and Healthy Adolescents.

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What Our Clients Are Saying

Julia W

Teachers made huge comments on his math skills and behavior. I also saw this at home with understanding of what I said to him registering more with him. I saw this in his eyes: recognition. Fewer outbursts of anger.

Anita M

I am extremely happy with my son’s outcomes and feel very fortunate to have encountered Dr. Bonesteel early in my child’s life. This method has dramatically changed his ability to focus and take initiative. I feel confident that my son’s life has been dramatically enhanced. I can’t express my appreciation fully in words.

Mary B

Dr. Bonesteel has masterfully, compassionately, and extremely kindly helped me navigate through a history of childhood and marital abuse, a child with twenty years of struggle with life-threatening physical and emotional illness, extended family discord, and disharmony with my child with severe depression. I am blessed to have found Neurohealth Associates.


Overall, excellent experience. Very happy with Dr B and staff is wonderful. We feel like we have our family life back!


I am very thankful this technology was available for my training. I was extremely satisfied with all aspects of my training protocols.




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