Professor and Co-Director
Center for Collaborative Brain Research (CCBR)
Topic: Neurocounseling: Understanding the Bridge Between Brain and Behavior
Host: D. Antonio Cantu, Ph.D.
Dr. Lori A. Russell-Chapin is a Professor in the Department of Leadership in Education, Nonprofits and Counseling at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. Dr. Russell-Chapin is currently a co-director for the Center for Collaborative Brain Research (CCBR), a partnership among OSF Saint Francis Medical Center and the Illinois Neurological Institute. Information about CCBR can be obtained here. Dr. Russell-Chapin serves as the national chair for the Neurocounseling Interest Network, a professional network of the American Counseling Association. She has presented workshops locally, regionally, nationally and internationally on issues of clinical supervision, neurofeedback, epigenetics, brain-based counseling interventions, self-regulation, diversity, assertiveness, conflict resolution, and grief and loss. She is published in state, national and international journals. Lori has authored one book, co-authored five books, and written extensively on supervision issues, clinical supervision, neurofeedback, epigenetics, and brain-based counseling interventions.