Robert Earl Longo
Robert E. Longo, MRC, LPC, NCC, BCN Fellow, is a neurofeedback clinician in private practice. Rob was previously a neurofeedback clinician with Cotton Grove Family Physicians in Lexington, NC; a part-time neurofeedback clinician with Integrative Therapies in Greensboro, NC; and a part-time contract neurofeedback clinician at Timber Ridge Treatment Center in Gold Hill, NC where he worked with sexually abusive youth. Rob is an approved mentor in neurofeedback for The Biofeedback certification International Alliance (BCIA).
Rob works in conjunction with Dr. Richard Soutar of NewMind Technology and NewMind Maps, in Roswell, GA, since 2008, and together with Dr. Soutar co-hosts weekly webinars. Rob is currently on the Board of Directors for the International Society of Neurofeedback Research (ISNR); and was previously Vice President of the Southeastern Biofeedback and Clinical Neuroscience Association (formerly the North Carolina Biofeedback Society). He was previously Director of Clinical Training/Stress Reduction Clinic & Biofeedback Lab, and Clinical Director (2005-2008); at Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services, a psychiatric hospital, in Winston-Salem, NC, and Corporate Director of Special Programming and Clinical Training for New Hope Treatment Centers, Charleston, South Carolina. He is author of A Consumer’s Guide to Understanding QEEG Brain Mapping and Neurofeedback Training (2018), co-author of Doing Neurofeedback.: An Introduction (2011); and has authored several chapters and articles on the topic. His forthcoming book, c0-authored with Dr. Soutar, Becoming Certified in Neurofeedback: A Guide to the Neurofeedback Mentoring Process for Mentors and Mentees, is due to be released in fall of 2019. For a full resume click here. (requires free Adobe Reader to view)
Deborah Price Longo
Deborah Price Longo, BSW, ACSW, is Administrative Assistant to Rob; and was previously Area Manager for Vanguard Professional Staffing, Inc. She has been a trainer and educator since 1980. Deb has worked as a social worker, supervisor, and program manager for over 25 years. She specialized in working with abused, foster, and adopted children and their families. In addition to her primary focus in child welfare, Deb has also developed and worked with domestic violence programs and worked in the field of rape and incest counseling. During her career with the North Carolina Division of Social Services, she was a family planning social worker and appeared on CBS This Morning as a family planning specialist. As a trainer and consultant for the State of North Carolina she trained child welfare social workers, supervisors and other professionals. Deb is a certified MAPPS/GPS trainer and certified in Family Structured Therapy.
Deb has trained throughout the United States and has conducted training in England, Ireland, Germany and Austria. Deb's focus is on child welfare and working with children, and specifically foster children and adopted children with attachment disorders. Deb has presented internationally and is coauthor of the book, New Hope for Youth: Experiential Exercises for Children and Adolescents.