Using Neuroscience Technology to Enhance Quality of Life
Resonance means being in harmony with, in tune with ourselves and others and life itself.
The Resonant Center for Life Enhancement provides a doorway to a happier, more fulfilling life by teaching clients how to work with their own minds, hearts, brains, and nervous systems. It trains the mind to support the expression of our most authentic selves. Adapting mind training to different personality styles and life goals, it offers programs that are inspiring and engaging as well as beneficial for well being. Using Neuroscience Technology to Enhance Quality of Life
The Resonant Center offers several holistic modalities that can be integrated into sessions to help clients achieve their goals:
- Heart rate variability
- The Mirror
- Halo Sport 2
- Brain wave entrainment
How Do I Get Started
First, schedule an introductory session. In this session, you will have a quantitative EEG (QEEG) assessment. QEEG assesses the activity of your brain to provide a baseline against which progress in achieving your goals can be measured. Noninvasive and safe, this assessment is done by placing a cap with 19 leads on the head to record the rhythms of your brain. Gel inserted onto each lead enables the cap to monitor your brain’s activity.
Resonant Center staff will analyze the QEEG with respect to your goals and will recommend how to achieve them using our integrated suite of holistic modalities. Your motivation and involvement are key and will guide how subsequent sessions unfold.
Scheduling a Session
George Gogashvili, MD
Beginning in 2016, George Gogashvili, MD, founded and directed Brain Wellness Center Georgia, a neuropsychiatric clinic in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia. This clinic was the first international branch of Brain Wellness Center New York. BWC-G used the HAZA methodology created by BWC-NY. Its patients received neurofeedback, biofeedback, transcranial magnetic stimulation, psychotherapy, and training in meditation. In 2015, Dr. Gogashvili trained with the Neurofeedback Institute of Munich, Germany, and graduated from the courses “Neurofeedback Therapist” and “EEG specialist.” In 2017, he completed advanced training in neuromodulation therapies with Hasan Asif, MD, and in 2019 graduated from Tbilisi Medical University.
Kell Julliard, MA
Certified by the International Mindfulness Teachers Association, Kell Julliard, MA, teaches mindfulness skills to health professionals and to the general public. He has taught mindfulness and meditation skills in a variety of settings including hospitals and clinics in the New York City metropolitan area, the Garrison Institute, the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies, and the Saranam Retreat Center, as well as centers in Chicago, Montreal, and Boston. Trained as a facilitator for the Eat Right Now mindful eating program developed by Judson Brewer, MD, PhD, he holds a master’s degree in Expressive Therapy from the University of Louisville and has a clinical background as a psychotherapist in the chemical dependency field. Kell has also served as director of clinical research for major health systems in New York City. He has published three research articles about mindfulness meditation in peer-reviewed medical journals.