David Planting, M.A.

David Planting, M.A.David Planting, M.A.

David O. Planting, M.A. has been working with GMH since 2012. He works with children and adults using neurofeedback.

Neurofeedback has been effectively used to treat ADHD for 30 years. In the last 20 years, neurofeedback has been used to effectively treat dyslexia, PTSD, Asperger’s/autism spectrum disorders, stroke, head injury, anxiety, depression, sleep disorders, seizures, chronic pain, and bipolar disorder.

David grew up in the Netherlands and, after having pursued a professional tennis career, received a scholarship at Lynn University. He holds a bachelor's degree in child psychology and a master's degree in sport and exercise psychology with a specialization in peak performance. He has done extensive training in neurofeedback techniques and applies these to help ameliorate clinical symptoms and improve performance. Besides providing neurofeedback and working as a tennis coach, he is also a research associate at UNC at Chapel Hill, where he conducts research on neurofeedback as a means to improve physician's performance and reduce symptoms of physician burn-out. 

Treatment Philosophy

David believes that neurofeedback is an exciting and revolutionary approach that emphasizes treating symptoms at the source. He also believes that this non-invasive form of treatment has tremendous potential in regards to enhancing everyday functioning.

  • B.S., Lynn University
  • M.A., Argosy University
  • Specialty training in neurofeedback with Michael Cohen, President of The Center for Brain Training; and Ed Hamlin, Ph.D., founder and clinical director of the Center for the Advancement of Human Potential and lead instructor for EEG Spectrum International; and Bill Scott, CEO of BrainPaint, considered one of the leading figures in the field of neurofeedback.
  • Research associate at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Services Offered:

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