What’s your name, what do you do at Neurocore, and how long have you worked here?
My name is Brittani Hyde. I have been a Clinical Specialist at Neurocore for just over three years now.
What’s your favorite part about your job?
There are so many things I love about my job! I have seen some of the most incredible transformations in our clients. I love learning about new research to share with our clients. I enjoy seeing people happy and accomplishing overall wellness.
I am a popcorn addict and I love to try new seasonings. I’m also obsessed with Criminal Minds.
Some interesting facts about Brittani:
I’m the new Health Kids Running Series Coordinator for Wyoming, MI, beginning Spring 2020! I love fitness and keeping my kids engaged in their fitness.
I have two human toddlers and a German Shepard toddler at home.
I love learning about the brain and how different lifestyles influence the brain. I have been doing extended research on sleep and the impacts of too little sleep, as well as video game/electronics addiction.
Goals for 2020:
I don’t think I can ever stop learning. I would like to become more knowledgeable on the impact of trauma on the brain, learning from leaders in the field like Bessel van der Kolk. I pride myself on self-care and self-development, which is something that I’m always on a journey of discovering. I hope that in 2020 I continue to grow with this company, meeting new people, and forming new relationships.
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