Kuiper Neurobehavioral Clinic offers comprehensive services for those individuals seeking counseling and/or therapy for mental health conditions and/or life challenging issues. Staff are experienced, trained, and certified to provide a wide range of therapeutic interventions. Programs are customized to meet the needs of the individual and/or family being served. Staff may suggest and incorporate into a treatment plan various forms of therapy and counseling to achieve positive outcomes to address the patient’s concerns and/or diagnosis.
Ms. Kuiper specializes in working with children and adults with learning disabilities, developmental delays, autistic-spectrum disorders, attention difficulties, with child and adult survivors of sexual abuse and trauma and children and adults, and with military personnel and their families dealing with the challenges of life in the military.
She is certified in several specialties: neurofeedback, child-centered play therapy, solution-based therapy, and hypnosis. She is licensed in both Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Galena Kuiper has worked in a variety of social service environments and routinely lectures to community groups, professional associations and military personnel on a variety of topics including, managing situations when anger, depression and other clinical indicators are present, handling deployment challenges, and integrated multi-modal psychotherapeutic interventions. Click here for a list of Galena’s lecture topics.
Galena Kuiper holds a master’s degree in social work from the University of Maryland, and has been working with children, adolescents, and adults for over 15 years.
She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress, and she serves on the Board of Directors of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Society for Biofeedback and Behavioral Medicine.
Margaret Mallory received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University, with a minor concentration in Developmental Psychology.
She specializes in working with children and their families, performs couples therapy, and has extensive experience treating child and adult survivors of trauma.
Dr. Mallory’s positive experience conducting traditional biofeedback sparked her interest in and current practice of neurofeedback. In this regard, she is currently working as a Psychology Associate under neuropsychologist Angelo Bolea, Ph.D., a renowned innovator in the field of neurofeedback.
Dr. Mallory has years of experience conducting psychological assessments on children with learning disabilities, developmental delays, attention difficulties, autistic-spectrum disorders, conduct problems, and other difficulties that compromise children’s ability to reach their academic potential. In this role, Dr. Mallory has collaborated extensively with teachers and parents to develop a unified plan of action that will ultimately promote a child’s improved academic and/or social functioning, and she has participated in numerous IEP meetings.