What’s your name, what do you do at Neurocore, and how long have you worked here?
My name is Josie Rhoads and I have worked with Neurocore for 1 year. I started out as a clinical specialist and I am now the center team leader for the Palm Beach Gardens center in Florida. I conduct assessments and provide clinical services to our clients. As center team leader, I am somewhat of an administrative bridge between Corporate and the PBG center to relay communications and company initiatives. I work closely with the in-center team to coordinate daily operations and motivate my team to always provide excellent care to our clients. Recently, I have also been getting involved with our marketing team to work on getting connected to our local community, which has been very exciting!
What aspect of your role do you enjoy the most? What’s the biggest challenge?
There are a lot of things I enjoy about my job so it’s hard to pick just one. One of my favorite things is helping our clients gain more insight about themselves from the brain maps. Then being a part of their journey, hearing about their successes, and ultimately seeing progress in their brain map! It is so validating for our clients. I also really enjoy watching my team grow – seeing the dedication they have towards helping our clients is truly amazing. The biggest challenge for me is managing my time since I tend to be an overachiever and try to be as productive as possible every day!
How do you enjoy your free time/what do you do for fun?
Most of my free time is spent with my husband and two kids, which is a lot of fun because sometimes I’m not sure who the bigger kids are in my family! Outside of family time, I love going line dancing with friends, going to the beach, and fishing.
If you could only listen to one album for the rest of your life, what would it be and why?
Zac Brown Band, The Foundation. I call it my country beach music.
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