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Lindsay Hollmuller - Founder/ Clinical Director


Lindsay Hollmuller is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPC-S) in the state of Texas. Lindsay holds a unique double board certification in both Neurofeedback/ EEG- Biofeedback (BCN) and General- Peripheral Biofeedback (BCB) by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA). 

Lindsay has over 20 years experience working with children, adolescents and adults in areas including psychological and mood disorders, traumatic brain injury, developmental delay disorders, learning disorders, and neurological disorders. Lindsay has worked in a number of therapeutic settings such as acute brain injury rehabilitation, educational, non-profit, clinical and medical settings. 

Lindsay attended The University of Oklahoma where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Sociology. Lindsay’s personal experience as a traumatic brain injury survivor at the age of 16 prompted her interest in psychology, neuroscience, and applied physiology.

After graduation, Lindsay worked and lived in sunny Miami Beach, FL where she specialized in behavior modification and alternative approaches for children, adolescents, and young adults with developmental delays and special needs. After moving back to the heartland, Lindsay graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX with a Master of Science degree in Counseling.  Lindsay received specialized training in Neurofeedback and Biofeedback from The University of North Texas.  


In working with clients, Lindsay adopts a solution-focused, goal-oriented approach.  She utilizes both Adlerian Theory and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) in working with clients. CBT allows the client to learn to modify maladaptive behavior and thought processes in order to live a healthier and more fulfilling lifestyle.  Biofeedback allows the client to gain awareness of the body’s physiological responses.  Combined with CBT, the client will gain the ability to modify behavior and thinking patterns, as well as physiological patterns in order to relive stress, anxiety and pain.  Clients also see an increase in focus, decision-making and reasoning. Lindsay enjoys teaching biofeedback and self-regulation skills to pediatric populations through the use of implementing play therapy techniques along with biofeedback training. 


Lindsay is the founder of PhysioCognitive Connections, where she connects with other professionals by providing Neurofeedback and Biofeedback consulting and mentoring services.  Lindsay has served as consultant for several mental health professionals, educators, and medical doctors. Lindsay is the past recipient of Southern Methodist University’s Maguire Center for Ethics and Public Responsibility award.


Lindsay has been an invited speaker and presenter for SMU’s Ethics Advisory Board, The National Association of Professional Women, SMU's Center for Family Counseling, greater DFW ISDs, and several national conferences and CE seminars for professionals.  Lindsay is a proud member of  Biofeedback Federation of Europe's "Learn from the Best" team.  Lindsay has served on the Executive Board of Directors for the Biofeedback Society of Texas and enjoys public speaking in order to educate others about stress management and the benefits of physiological awareness and self-regulation.  Lindsay, and avid runner, uses personal biofeedback skills in order to achieve peak performance in running and enjoys participating in races throughout the country.  Lindsay is licensed to supervise Licensed Professional Counselor associates in the state of Texas.


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