Ciarai Gude, RN, BSN
Ciarai Gude has been a practicing registered nurse (R.N.) since 1991. Subsequently, she received a Bachelors of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) from Loyola University (New Orleans) in 1999. Most of her nursing career has been focused on intensive care, heart transplant, open heart, post surgical, and trauma care.
In 2007, Ciarai began the search for a non-pharmacological treatment to help a family member suffering from anxiety which was severely impacting their quality of life. At that time, she discovered Neurofeedback.
After observing the benefits experienced by her relative with Neurofeedback training, Ciarai became interested in its therapeutic applications and acquired a deeper knowledge in the fields of Neuroscience and Neurofeedback. As a result of these experiences, she has been a Neurofeedback provider since 2008.
She is very excited to share the benefits of Neurofeedback, as she feels that it can make a profound difference in people's quality of life.
Ciarai completed her training with a certificate in Neurofeedback at EEGinfo and EEG Insitute and is pursuant of the Othmer Method Certification.
Ciarai lives in Queen Anne (Seattle, WA) with her husband and two children.