Darla Meulemans received an undergraduate degree in Psychology & Biology from the University of Vermont and a MA in Counseling Psychology from Goddard College, where she met the requirements for licensure as a Psychologist in the state of Vermont. She relocated to Portland, Oregon and managed programs in community mental health and youth addiction treatment while also launching a private psychology and wellness practice, Mind Potential Northwest. Darla's work focuses on fostering resilience in individuals and workplaces. She provides Personal and Professional Development Coaching, Neurofeedback Mentoring and runs an online program integrating neuroscience based strategies with mental health skill building and holistic healing. Darla is a Certified Qualified Mental Health Professional and an Othmer Method Neurofeedback Practitioner. She holds additional certifications in Addiction Behavioral Medicine and Holistic Nutrition. She began working with the EEG Institute in 2018 when she was sponsored by the Brain Othmer Foundation to travel to India to conduct a customized Intro to Neurofeedback Course for teachers and counselors at the Tibetan Children's Villages.