Emily L. Stevens, Ph.D., LPC
L. Stevens, Ph.D.,
is a psychotherapist, consultant and speaker specializing in emerging
brain-based research, educational interventions and clinical approaches into a
comprehensive approach to treatment. Her background in education and clinical
experience has provided her with a unique approach to working with clients
with a variety of disorders. Her areas of clinical
expertise include QEEG Neurometric analysis, cognitive-behavioral therapy and
treatment for Attention Deficit Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder,
Anxiety, and Depression. As a consultant,
she spends much of her time training educational specialists in school systems
and developing brain-based neurobehavioral programs for facilities and clinics.
As a psychotherapist, Emily Stevens works with
individuals, families and couples to assess their individual needs,
dysfunctional patterns and create healthier choices in their lives.
consultant, she has worked with various organizations and companies to set-up
new programs, provide informative and creative workshops and assist
companies in creating healthier atmospheres for their employees.
She is a frequent speaker and has presented to
over 100 audiences, which include frequent television news appearances,
conferences, educational and radio programs. Her work was featured on
NBC throughout the United States and in Canada.
Emily has a B.S. in Educational Psychology and a
M.Ed. in Counseling Psychology and a Ph.D. in Psychology. She is a National Board Certified
Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Neurotherapist. She is
currently working as a consultant, presenter, and trainer providing specialized
consultation, program development and assessment.
"Health Chat" Talk Radio w/ Dr. Circolone
American Psychiatric Meeting, Atlanta, GA
Stevens, E. (2006). “The Role of Anxiety and OCD in Treatment,
Recovery & Relapse”. (Invited Speaker) The Summit Addiction Conference, May,
Stevens, E. (2006). “Effectively Combining and Interfacing Clinical and
Educational Interventions and Professionals: A Community Working Together”.
(Keynote) Indiana Counseling Association, February, Bloomington, IL.
Stevens, E. (2005). “QEEG Evidence for the Efficacy of Audio-Visual Entrainment
Treatment for Refractory Depression”. EEG and Clinical Neuroscience Society
Annual Conference, September, Munich, Germany.
Stevens, E., Brod, M.D., Thomas, Scott, William, O’Bannon, Ph.D., Michael,
Cohen, Michael. (2005). “EEG Neurofeedback & Clinical Psychiatric Practice”.
American Psychiatric Association, May, Atlanta, GA.
Stevens, E. (2004). Obsessive compulsive
disorder’s role in addiction assessment, treatment & relapse prevention.
(Invited Speaker) The Summit Addictions Conference, May, Nashville, TN.
Stevens, E. (2003). ADHD and Addiction in Adolescents and Adults. OCD, Anxiety
and Depression’s role in Addiction. (Invited Speaker – 2 presentations) Council
for Alcohol and Drug Prevention, December, Chattanooga, TN.
Stevens, E. Cantor, D.S. (2003). QEEG Clinical Applications; Symposium Presenter
5th Annual EEG and Clinical Neuroscience Society, September, Houston, TX
Stevens, E. (2002). The use of technology in diagnosis, treatment and
prevention. (Invited Speaker), National Corrections & Juvenile Justice
Conference, December, Memphis, TN
Stevens, E. (2002). ADHD: Technology, research, diagnosis and treatment.
(Keynote Speaker), Regional School Nursing Conference, September,
Stevens, E. (2000). Attention Deficit Disorder: Assessment and juvenile
delinquency. (Invited Speaker),Tennessee Juvenile Justice Association Annual
Conference, August, Chattanooga, TN
Stevens, E. (1999). Neurometrics, neurotherapy and comprehensive treatment.
(Invited Speaker). Integrative Medicine Conference, November, Nashville, TN
Stevens, E. (1999). Attention Deficit Disorder: Integrating technology and
alternative medicine to treatment. (Keynote Speaker), Integrative Medicine
Conference, University of Tennessee, October, Chattanooga, TN
Stevens, E. (1998). Neurotherapy; An alternative & adjunct to treatment.
Integrating Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Pediatrics, (Invited
Speaker), Scottish Rite Children’s Medical Center, Annual Day of Pediatrics,
October, Atlanta, GA
Stevens, E. & Hunt, R. (1997). Integrating EEG neurotherapy in treatment,
Attention Deficit Disorder goes to college: Assessment and intervention issues
(Invited Speaker-2 presentations). October, 1st Annual Attention Deficit
Disorder Conference, Nashville, TN.
Stevens, E. (1997). Neurotherapy and Quantitative EEG: The decade of the brain.
(Invited Speaker), Psychology Department, University of Tennessee, July,
Stevens, E. (1997). EEG Neurotherapy and Quantitative EEG: The decade of the
brain. (Invited Speaker) Annual Conference School Psychologist Association,
Hamilton County, February, Chattanooga, TN
Stevens, E., Cantor, D.S., Hunt, R. (1996). Medication, neurometrics & EEG
neurotherapy: comprehensive treatment. (Invited Speaker) November, Birmingham
Medical Center, AL
Stevens, E. (1995). Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Addiction: Dual
diagnosis. September, (Invited Speaker) Annual State Addiction Counselor
Training, Memphis, TN
Stevens, E. (1995). Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Addictions: The
Double-edged sword, a comprehensive approach to treatment. (Invited Speaker)
Council for Alcohol and Drug Abuse, April, Chattanooga, TN
Stevens, E. (1994). Behavior management and positive parenting: A case by case
analysis, September, (Invited Speaker) University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, TN
*NBC Monthly Chattanooga television ADD News
spot, 1997 - 2003
*Talk Radio of Chattanooga, 2000 –2003, Co-hosted and frequent guest for Health
Chat & “Jammer Radio”
*Chattanooga educational television for Parents, 1997-1998
*“Good For Parents”, Atlanta, Georgia cable show, 1999
“Good Morning”, Television Morning News, Nashville, TN 1999
*NBC Medical News Television , Nashville, TN 1999
*NBC National Medical News, 1999
*“Talk Of The Town”, Nashville Television, 1999
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