Dr. Jason Mishalanie
Dr. Mishalanie is a licensed clinical psychologist who graduated with honors from Lee University in Cleveland, price Tennessee in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. He earned a Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology from Jacksonville State University in 1996. Thereafter, find he completed a 3-year pre-doctoral fellowship in cognitive neuroscience at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, where he studied the relationship between brain activity and aggression in young inmates. Dr. Mishalanie subsequently earned his doctorate in Physiological Psychology from Texas Christian University in 2003, where he researched the recovery of function following brain injury. He then completed an internship at the Youth Opportunity Center, a residential facility for youth in Indiana, and a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship in the area of cognitive rehabilitation following traumatic brain injury.
Dr. Mishalanie was formerly the Chief Psychologist at Metrocare Services, North Texas’ leading nonprofit dedicated to helping people with mental illness, developmental disabilities and severe emotional problems live healthier lives. During his eleven-year tenure, he supervised the eligibility determination unit for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Dr. Mishalanie has also been in private practice since 2008, and is currently working with MindSpeak Institute. In his practice, he primarily performs Quantitative Electroencephalography (QEEG) to guide neurofeedback and pulsed electromagnetic field treatment options for children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral difficulties associated with, among others, attachment problems, autism and abuse. He also administers psychological and neuropsychological evaluations to children and adults.
Dr. Mishalanie is married to Olivia, and has a son, Christopher Ryan.