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Randy Neblett


Randy Neblett is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) and is board certified in biofeedback through the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA) as a senior fellow. He earned his Master’s Degree in Psychology from Southern Methodist University in 1990 and has been providing mental health counseling and biofeedback services in the Dallas area since that time. He is currently the Director of Behavioral Medicine for the Productive Rehabilitation Institute of Dallas for Ergonomic (PRIDE), an internationally known interdisciplinary Functional Restoration chronic pain treatment program. He is a past chair of BCIA, past president of the Biofeedback Society of Texas, and an editor for the publication Biofeedback.


Randy is also the Research Coordinator for the PRIDE Research Foundation. He has published extensively in international peer-reviewed scientific journals on a wide variety of health-related topics, including assessment and treatment of anxiety, depression, insomnia, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, other stress-related disorders, and physical disability. He brings a substantial amount of research knowledge and clinical experience to his counseling approach for addressing these types of clinical issues. Randy’s professional and publication history is available here:

Counseling Approach

Randy treats adult patients who are experiencing problems with anxiety, depression, insomnia, chronic pain, and other stress-related symptoms and disorders.  Randy favors a cognitive-behavioral approach to brief counseling. Cognitive approaches involve examining and modifying your thoughts and perceptions and gaining new knowledge and insights. Behavioral approaches involve learning and practicing new skills, which will give you increased control over your symptoms. One way to learn new and effective behavioral skills is with biofeedback training.

Randy will first provide a supportive atmosphere for discussing and
processing your current life stressors, difficulties, and unpleasant
symptoms. He will then help you identify factors that are contributing to
your symptoms and teach you new approaches for addressing them. To
help you learn and practice new skills, he will provide education handouts and recommend online resources. By gaining increased awareness of contributing factors and learning new cognitive-behavioral skills, you will be better able to manage symptoms, feel happier and less distressed, and function more effectively in your life.

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