Nicole Greig, BSc

Nicole Greig is an internal consultant at Neuronic who has spent months training under various Neuronic consultants, seeing 50+ clients with varying conditions (Parkinson's, dementia, depression, etc.) and working with Neuroguide™ software by Applied Neuroscience to generate qEEG analysis reports.

She has experience working with those in post-stroke recovery as a Speech Language Pathology Assistant, and working in research studying mental health outcomes for type 1 diabetics. Most recently, she worked as a Neurofeedback and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Technician, where she administered Neurofeedback and TMS treatments, as well as conducted EEG brain maps on clients.

She graduated with her BSc in Behavioural Neuroscience from the University of British Columbia, with courses focusing on aging, cognition, addiction, psychiatric disorders and neurobiology.

As part of her volunteer work, she created and hosted a monthly workshop for those in her community addressing specific topics of mental health. She also has worked with those with cognitive impairments in care homes, and consequently created a program connecting teenagers to care home residents over Zoom to provide companionship during the pandemic.