Jessica Whyte Services

Dr. Cole has partnered with Jessica Whyte who is proficient in administering Brain Maps and providing a variety of Neurotherapy and Photobiomodulation services.
Jessica Whyte is conveniently located in the same office suite as Dr. Cole at
5881 Glenridge Dr, Suite 240, Atlanta, GA 30328

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qEEG Brain-Map

Although evidence-based talk and trauma therapies can be effective and have a lasting impact on an individual's health and wellbeing, there is much more that can be done to improve emotional regulation and optimize cognitive and physical performance. With this in mind, in addition to evidence-based talk and trauma therapies, Dr. Cole’sservices include Brain-Mapping, Neurotherapy, and photobiomodulation. Rather than simply identifying and talking about symptoms reported by his clients, he often starts with a quantitative electroencephalograph (qEEG Brain-Map). Brain waves can be measured using a qEEG Brain-Map that delivers no radiation or electricity into the patient. Color pictures of brain regions, frequencies, and power output are produced and compared to normal levels. This data enables Dr. Cole to determine whether the presenting issues (depression, anxiety, attention deficit, hyperactive disorder, and OCD, just to name a few) are neurological, psychological, or both. These services are especially helpful to those who are suffering from the physical or emotional trauma that has resulted in traumatic brain injury (TBI), chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), and/or posttraumatic stress disorder.

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Neurotherapy & Photobiomodulation

Once you have received a qEEG Brain-Map Dr. Cole works together with his team to develop a tailored Neurotherapy and/or Photobiomodulation Protocol that will, in turn, inform and augment his Trauma-Informed Mindful Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TI-MCBT) Protocols. This comprehensive-based and systematically delivered approach allows Dr. Cole to identify the root causes of presenting problems before he starts down a path of treatment. This “look carefully before he treats” approach increases the likelihood that he will provide the right treatment and get the desired outcomes when treating any number of common problems including, Anxiety, ADD/ADHD, Behavioral Issues, Bipolar Disorder, Chronic Pain, Depression, Insomnia, Migraines, OCD, Tinnitus, Traumatic Brain Injury, and/or PTSD.