Women in Business: Kathy Calabrese's commitment to mental health

Posted at 5:29 PM, Jan 23, 2019

Kathy Calabrese is internationally certified in a treatment called neurofeedback.

“It's an amazing technology.” In a nutshell, she's using the technology to retrain the brain. It’s thought to help countless conditions including depression and A.D.D.

“A whole variety of symptoms are an imbalance in the brain-body system.”

That's only part of what Calabrese offers within her business: Brain-Body Health Technology Institute. Calabrese is also a licensed marriage and family therapist. She's been in private practice since 1985. “I believed this was going to provide me with deep meaning and I have not looked back,” she said.

Today, Calabrese operates out of her home. But, she's looking for new office space. And, she's also applied for nonprofit status. She's hoping that will help expand the number of clients she serves.

“I find it extremely exciting, and when I see the benefit to my clients, it's everything to me.”