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Roxana Sasu

Roxana Sasu was born, raised, and educated in Romania. She received her MD from Carol Davila Faculty for General Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania, and she became licensed in 1999. Subsequently, she became involved in nutritional research and used nutritional supplements in conjunction with standard Western medical care. During this time (2004-2006) she also earned her Master’s in Marketing and Business Communication from the Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest.

In 2007 she immigrated to the US to be with her future husband and shortly after she joined the clinical staff at the EEG Institute, working directly with Sue Othmer, earning her OMC certification. In her clinical practice, Roxana has worked with a multitude of brain-related disorders, from children with developmental disorders to anxiety and depression, addictive behaviors, and stroke recovery, as well as chronic pain and PTSD. She divides her time between clinical work, and teaching professional training courses in the U.S. as well as in Europe. She is a member of the Advisory Board and Director of Clinical Supervision at the Neurofeedback Institute in Romania and Executive Director at the Neurofeedback Advocacy Project, where she contributes to making neurofeedback accessible to clinicians within agencies working with the underserved and those most vulnerable. She is a neurofeedback consultant for multiple mental health clinics and is also part of ongoing research and data collection for improving the efficacy of neurofeedback.

With a wide experience of over 15 years in neurofeedback, Roxana also offers mentoring to neurofeedback clinicians interested in advancing their practical skills in this method.


Roxana authored two chapters in the book: “Restoring the Brain: Neurofeedback as an Integrative Approach to Health”. In these chapters she discusses clinical aspects related to the use of neurofeedback in targeting symptoms associated with ADD and ADHD, respectively behavioral, developmental, and emotional dysregulations in the younger population.

Articles by Roxana Sasu
Infra-low Frequency Neurofeedback in Persistent Postural-perceptual Dizziness [Read Case Report]
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