Liz Deacon is a co-founder & Neurofeedback Director of Neurvana Health, scientist, Registered Yoga Therapist and essential oil enthusiast. She holds an Undergraduate Degree in Biological Sciences from Red Deer College, Bachelor of Science with a Major in Biological Sciences and Minor in Psychology from the University of Alberta, and a Master’s Degree in Health Psychology from Walden University.
Ms. Liz Johnson is married to Corey Deacon and was the third person to join the company.
Liz gained most of her experience at the Hoffman Centre for Integrative & Functional Medicine: Brain Treatment Centre of Alberta where she accumulated over 2000 hours in creating and administering neurofeedback protocols. Liz has been a key part in setting up the systems and procedures for the company’s day to day operations.
Liz enjoys all things active; most often you can find her playing slo-pitch, golfing, running, tossing kettlebells around or slowing it down with a little yoga.
“I have been blessed with good physical health for the majority of my life. However, the health obstacles I struggled with occurred on the inside. The internal struggle I thought I had managed well my whole life began to unravel with the stress of University. I was becoming more high-strung, irritable and my perfectionist tendencies were at an all-time high. Basically I was living in a constant state of flight or fight. Eventually, something had to give and I started to see relationships with my loved ones suffer.
On whim, it was during a conference that I began to put the pieces of my collapsing mental state together. I was introduced to trauma-focused therapy and it quite frankly changed my life. I uncovered the root of my challenges having stemmed from my own and my parents early-life experiences. I discovered how much these experiences have impacted who I had become and how I was reacting to certain events. With on-going support and continual work with Neurofeedback, Biofeedback and Functional Medicine I have been able to successfully complete a Masters in Psychology while co-founding Neurvana Health. I am extremely grateful for every experience I have encountered and strive to share my experiences and help as many people as possible along the way.”