Roger deBeus, PhD
Dr. Roger deBeus earned his doctorate in Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine at the University of North Texas (UNT). During his graduate studies he worked in the UNT Neurotherapy Lab learning neurofeedback and applications of quantitative EEG (qEEG). His dissertation was on the effects of music training on EEG coherence measures of preschool children, funded by the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences. Dr. deBeus has presented internationally on his research with neurofeedback and quantitative EEG with ADHD children, depression, adolescent trauma, and adult substance abuse. Dr. deBeus is a Consulting Editor for the NeuroRegulation and EEG & Clinical Neuroscience journals, and Associate Editor for qEEG & Neurofeedback for the Biofeedback journal. He has worked with the International Society of Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR) serving as a Board member for seven years, Past-President, Conference Program Chair, awarded the Joel Lubar Award, selected as an ISNR Fellow, and is currently on the ISNR Research Foundation Board. Dr. deBeus is a Licensed Psychologist in North Carolina and Virginia, and runs a clinic in Asheville, North Carolina. He has been practicing neurofeedback for 20 years working with the entire age range and clinical disorders. He is a Visiting Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Asheville. Dr. deBeus is a Site Principal Investigator of the NIMH-funded 5-year study, Double-Blind 2-Site Randomized Clinical Trial of Neurofeedback for ADHD.