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Stephen Siederoff

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Dr. Stephen Sideroff is an internationally recognized expert in optimal performance, resilience, neurofeedback and alternative approaches to stress and mental health.  He is the co-founder and Clinical Director of Moonview Treatment and Optimal Performance Center, and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA's School of Medicine.  Dr. Sideroff is an original Board member of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Ethics and became its Director in 1991.

Dr. Sideroff has traveled nationally and internationally presenting more than 600 seminars and professional training programs.  He has helped to establish innovative treatment approaches in psychosomatic medicine, optimal functioning and attention deficit disorder in China and Europe, and conducted cutting edge research in brain and behavior at UC Irvine, McGill University in Montreal and UCLA.  His published research using Neurofeedback in substance abuse is a model for applying this innovative approach.  He helped establish the Gestalt Therapy clinic in Los Angeles, and is also the founder and former Clinical Director of Stress Strategies, a hospital based program addressing stress, burnout and psychosomatic conditions at UCLA/Santa Monica hospital.

Dr. Sideroff has written and produced a number of self-help audio programs aimed at helping individuals develop greater resilience including: Stress control with biofeedback (which has been translated into four languages and has sold over 50,000 copies), Journey into Sleep, Resilience, Peak Performance in Golf, and his most recent, Resilient Living, in which he presents his new and innovative nine component model of resilience.


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Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences
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