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McGarty & Associates was founded to make the technology of neurofeedback and EEG brainmapping
accessible to more people who need it. Every member of our team has witnessed neurofeedback’s power
to transform lives—to allow patients to live without chronic migraines, or get through their days with
significantly reduced anxiety; to sleep soundly through the night, or to to turn from patterns of addiction.
Meet the team
Raymond McGarty has been in the behavioral health field for many years. His primary area of expertise has been addictive disorders and trauma. He has run many treatment programs throughout the United States, including serving as the Clinical Administrator of the Betty Ford Center. He has presented training workshops, and been on the faculty of a number of addiction institutes, as well as the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR). He has extensive clinical training in a number of clinical modalities, including Emotion Focused psychotherapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Somatosensory Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Twelve Step Facilitation, clinical hypnosis, and neurofeedback.
Jacqueline Melendy holds a B.S. in Neuroscience & Behavior from University of New Hampshire with a focus on pharmacology and has been involved in neuroscience research since 2014. She also has a special interest in dietary impacts on mood disorders and believes in a holistic approach to wellness.
Originally from California, Jacquie now happily calls New Hampshire home and roots for the Patriots. On weekends she can found surfing, or running around with her two dogs, Kenji and Noodle.
Terry Lampman holds a B.S. in Psychology from Granite State College and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Southern New Hampshire University. She has been working in the mental health care field since 2013. She specializes in working with children and teenagers, and has considerable knowledge of working with trauma and concussions. Terry believes in the powerful combination of neurofeedback and lifestyle choices to provide a non-invasive and effective path to mental health. She is a New Hampshire native and in her spare time can be found stargazing, or curled up with a Harry Potter book and her pet hedgehog, Zenon.