Kayle Sandberg-Lewis, LMT MA BCN
BOARD CERTIFIED NEUROFEEDBACK FELLOW
Kayle Sandberg-Lewis is committed to offering a non-drug, non-invasive approach to performance training directed at maximizing brain function. She holds a master’s degree in Behavioral Medicine from Goddard College and is licensed as a massage therapist in the state of Oregon.
Behavioral Medicine is an interdisciplinary degree combining:
- • Health Psychology — a multi-layered or bio-psycho-social-spiritual approach to comprehensive well-being.
- • Psychophysiology — stress management and self-regulation techniques including general biofeedback and neurofeedback, specifically designed to address issues in the central nervous system.
- • Learning Theory & Curriculum Design — important for tailoring interventions to the individual.
Because of this background, Kayle effectively works with a broad base of people, helping them make more appropriate choices affecting their health.
Kayle incorporated general biofeedback into her stress management practice in the early 1990’s and is board certified as a provider of neurofeedback. She mentors other practitioners both through her private practice and as adjunct faculty at National College of Natural Medicine. She is particularly drawn to using neurofeedback in working with survivors of traumatic and acquired head injuries. She provides free neurofeedback for US armed forces veterans on a space available basis.
In addition, Kayle is certified as a provider of infant massage education. Guiding new parents in positive, loving touch with their babies gives her great joy and reinforces her hope for the future.
Kayle was born and raised in southwest Washington and although she finds travel enriching, she feels blessed to call the Pacific Northwest home. When not at work, she enjoys reading, gardening & walking, with an all-too-often unmet goal of 10,000 steps per day. Her favorite forms of artistic expression are embroidery and writing.
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I had been on 3 different antidepressants over 5 years and was still struggling with depression and social anxiety when Kayle Sandberg-Lewis was recommended to me as a Neurofeedback Practitioner.
I responded to Neurofeedback with increased mental clarity and uplifted mood. I progressed in 5 months to asking my MD to help me taper off the antidepressant. The quality of my life has changed and I am now able to make necessary changes in my life that I could not when I was on the antidepressant. Kayle is a caring and inspiring Neurofeedback practitioner who has made my life more full by talking with my brain thru Neurofeedback.
I have been working with Kayle off and on for a few years. I was amazed when I left my first visit with her at how much better I felt (emotionally and physically) and continue to be impressed with how subtle neurofeedback can be and yet also powerfully helpful. She has a variety of treatment modalities that she uses that have helped me. In addition to always being professional, Kayle shows empathy and understanding. I appreciate being treated and supported in healing. At the same time, I enjoy the fact that I also always learn fascinating information about the brain in our discussions together.