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About Zone Psychology

Finding a treatment that works for a mental condition is not always easy. Pharmaceutical treatments might work for some individuals, but may not be perfectly suited for you or your family.

Welcome to Zone Psychology - Your Edmonton based psychologists.

We are dedicated to finding the right treatment for you.

Living with a mental condition can be difficult, frustrating and exhausting for you and your family. School can be a headache, work can be difficult, and relationships can be strained to the point of breaking.

Finding a treatment that works for mental conditions like depression, anxiety disorder or attention deficit disorder is not always easy. There are many types of therapies to choose from. Some work well for others, but may not be quite right for you. What makes us different is that we utilize a combination of comprehensive assessment procedures and innovative treatment techniques including Biofeedback & Neurofeedback, Audio-Visual Entrainment Therapy, Cognitive-Perceptual Training and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. All of these approaches are completely drug-free, non-invasive and backed by years of scientific research. 

For more information, please visit our services – and always feel free to contact us.

Meet John Stevenson, M.A., M.A.C.P
Registered Psychologist
Owner/Director of Zone Performance Psychology

John Stevenson is a Registered Psychologist who started offering Biofeedback & Neurofeedback Therapy in 2010 as an alternate treatment for patients who were not responding to traditional therapies.

These therapies are non-invasive, non-addictive and medication free methods for teaching the brain to function in a more balanced and healthy way.

John and his team have helped hundreds of children and adults improve their anxiety, depression and ADHD conditions to allow them to fully participate in sports, school and have an active, rich life.

They are dedicated to providing comprehensive treatment strategies to groups and individuals actively seeking to maximize their mental health and regain function.

In addition to Neurofeedback therapy, John utilizes Mindfulness Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy and Breathwork with his Clinical and Peak Performance clients to optimize their health and well-being.

John has also worked as a Mental Performance Consultant, Sports Psychologist and Executive Coach for the past 15 years. Learn more about those services at Zone Performance

In John’s personal life, he has rekindled his passion for being in the Outdoors and his love for camping and hiking in the mountains with his family. John is an avid participant in the Wim Hof Method and is exhilarated to do breathwork, meditation, and cold exposure training with his family in the beautiful lakes, rivers and streams across the mountain terrain of Alberta and British Columbia.
When not working with Elite athletes and Executives, John really enjoys spending time with his partner and their girls taking long walks with the dogs in the mornings and evenings no matter whatever our Alberta weather presents that day!

Zone Psychology - John Stevenson is a Registered Psychologist who started offering Biofeedback & Neurofeedback Therapy in 2010 as an alternate treatment for patients who were not responding to traditional therapies.
John Stevenson, Registered Psychologist

Meet Jess Healy,
MC Intern

Jess is a third year graduate student obtaining her Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology through Athabasca University. In 2018 she received her bachelor’s of Applied Science degree and minor in Public Health Education and Promotion from the University of Minnesota Duluth. She is completing her third year practicum placement with Zone Psychology starting in the fall of 2021. 

Jess has experience with Hockey Canada and as a former Division 1 hockey player and professional athlete, she has a passion for working with teams, individual athletes and sports. After completing this degree she plans to continue working with athletes and teams to enhance performance and mental health.

 

No Referral Required

You don’t need a doctor or psychologist referral to get a neurofeedback assessment done.

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