My name is Katy Sandison, and I have been a program consultant with Neurocore for about one and a half years. I do a lot of behind-the-scenes work at our corporate office: consultations, scheduling, and helping with insurance and billing. You name it— I probably do it!
Tell us about a particularly rewarding experience you’ve had at Neurocore.
The most rewarding part of my job is reading feedback from clients who have completed our neurofeedback program. They tell us what their life and symptoms were like before, and how things have changed as a result of coming to Neurocore. Reading about their improvements is incredibly encouraging!
What did you study/what are you studying in school?
I earned two Bachelor’s degrees from Michigan State University in English and Psychology, with a focus on secondary education. I am currently working on my Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology at Western Michigan University. A dream of mine is to one day work as a counselor for young adults in residential treatment facilities.
What book would you want with you if you were stranded on a desert island?
This might be cheating, but I would like to have all seven Harry Potter books in one volume. Otherwise, if I can really only choose one, I would want to have Bossypants by Tina Fey with me. I can read that book over and over again, and it will make me laugh every time.
Which game show would you be awesome at and why?
I think I would be awesome at Pyramid, especially if my celebrity partner was Mindy Kaling. I’ve played similar games with friends and crushed it.
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