Our Team


Carolyn RobertsonMS, MA
BCIAC EEG Senior Fellow 2 #1408

Clinical Director

Carolyn has been a clinician for 36 years, with the last 25 dedicated exclusively to NeuroTherapy. Her mentor was the late Dr. Art Gladman, eminent psychologist and world-renowned pioneer in the field of biofeedback. Ms. Robertson has a Masters Degree in Psychology, a lifelong California Teaching Credential, and a Post-Masters degree in Clinical Psychology and Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA) Certification EEG Senior Fellow 2 (#1408). Learn more about the BCIA certification.

Carolyn has been a student of nutrition and natural medicine for 30 years.

Her accomplishments include the establishment of The Center for Advanced NeuroTherapy, as well as many other award winning programs. She was voted Woman of the Year by the Business and Professional Women’s Organization, is listed in “Who’s Who”, is the founder of the Court Appointed Special Advocate Program, and is highly sought after in the community as a knowledgeable EEG-Biofeedback therapist.

Carolyn is a member of Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB), International Society for Neuronal Regulation (ISNR), and Society of Applied Neuroscience, and the Mt. Diablo Businesswomen’s Association.

Carolyn is also a certified EEG-Peak Performance Trainer and a certified yoga instructor, practicing for the past 30 years. She brings a full complement of skills to her work with each client.

Kirby E. Knox, MD

Unlike most acupuncturists, Dr. Knox’s initial medical training was in western, allopathic medicine and Chinese medicine. However, since he is now trained in both, he tends to use Chinese medicine exclusively, although he will frequently use western medicine training when evaluating and assessing an illness.

Dr. Knox has practiced medicine for over thirty years, initially as a western trained physician, and for the last seven years, as a holistic practitioner. He brings a strong belief in the mind-body-spirit connection to practice.

A deeply spiritual and caring physician, he feels privileged to be a part of his patients’ healing process.

Steve Moss, JD
Neurotherapy Certification NBCB

Steve has been practicing neurotherapy as a neurotherapy technician for the past 14 years.  His specialty is the QEEG and designing specific technological programs to meet the individual goals set by the clinical director for each client. He is a specialist in the Bioexplorer and the home training programs Advanced Neurotherapy is so well-recognized for. He brings years of experience in Neurotherapy as well as a compassionate and caring concern for everyone he works with.

Roger V. Bertoldi, MD
Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Diplomate, Clinical Neurophysiology (ABPN)

Dr. Bertoldi is a Neurologist and Psychiatrist who specializes in interpreting the Quantitative QEEG for Advanced Neurotherapy. Dr. Betoldi is part of our team of experts.

Jason R. Soss, MD
Assistant Professor of Neurology
UCLA Medical Center

Dr. Soss reads and interprets the raw data from the  QEEG taken at our clinic. He is part of our team of experts.

Karen Trocki, PhD Research Psychologist and Psychological Testing

Dr. Karen Trocki is a research psychologist who studies the psychophysiology of stress as it relates to substance abuse and other disorders. Dr. Trocki received her Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh and also spent a year on an NIH-funded post-doctoral fellowship at the graduate school of public health at UC Berkeley. Dr.  Trocki has been the principal investigator on numerous grants and contracts from the National Institutes of Health, the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, the state of California and various foundations. Articles and book chapters based on this research have been published in peer-reviewed contexts. She also serves on various Institutional Review Boards (human subjects) and has been a grant peer reviewer for NIH over the last ten years.

Dr. Trocki is working with Advanced Neurotherapy on a research program to further develop a psychophysiological stress profile that has been a part of her research. She is also assisting Advanced Neurotherapy in setting up a clinical tracking and assessment program to monitor and better understand how neurofeedback produces change over time.  These data also permit clients to have evidence-based tracking of their treatment progress. Dr. Trocki is currently completing the requirements for BCIA certification.