Our Staff


Dr. Clark Elliot, the founder of the Santa Barbara Neurofeedback Center, earned his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Fielding Institute, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) and has a M.S in Special Education.  In his practice he uses a variety of modalities to help patients resolve conflicts or difficulties in their lives and effectively blends the use of neurofeedback (a form of biofeedback), psychotherapy and therapeutic hypnosis. He has successfully treated adults and children for: ADD/ADHD, autism, depression, anxiety, addictions, pain control, migraine headaches, phobias, PTSD and sleep disorders, such as restless leg syndrome.

Over the years, Dr. Elliott has worked in family counseling agencies, mental institutions and outpatient clinics. He has also led therapy groups of Vietnam vets, supervised interns at a local counseling center, led Hypnosis training groups for therapists and provided educational consulting. Dr. Elliott is an active member of EEG Spectrum International, a corporation promoting and conducting research in biofeedback and neurofeedback, whose vision it is to promote the achievement of full human potential through brain-based self-regulation techniques.

John Broberg, M.A., B.C.N., Co-Founder of the Santa Barbara Neurofeedback Center.  Board Certified Neurofeedback, 2001.  John graduated from UCLA with a Masters degree from the Molecular Biology Group.  Subsequently he received training from EEG Spectrum and studied with M. Barry Sterman in Quantative EEG.  In addition to convectional neurofeedback his main interest are in use of neurofeedback for head injuries, positive psychology and peak performance.  Quantiative EEG recordings and analysis are currently at Santa Barbara Neurofeedback Center by John as well as other neurocognitive testing.