Midwest Neurofitness was established in 1997. Our goal is to provide behavioral health interventions that generate meaningful and enduring benefit for all populations.
It is universally recognized that the various systems within the human body/brain are capable of remarkable growth, resilience, and healing. The benefit derived from enhanced function of these systems is inherently more comprehensive and stable than that provided by other measures. The future of health services will be guided by an increasing effort to support these systems with less attention directed toward symptom management. Midwest Neurofitness is commited to remaining at the forefront of that movement.
Andy Hogan, Ph.D., LCPC
Dr. Hogan worked for 12 years in community mental health
as a child/adolescent therapist prior to entering private practice. During that time he developed specializations in Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Since establishing Midwest Neurofitness, he has continued to investigate advancements in therapeutic practices and refinements in existing interventions. His clinical interests include development of holistic behavioral health practices via collaboration with other providers and implementation of self-care strategies to complement treatment.
Brad Goben, M.A., LCPC
Brad Goben is a Licensed Clinical Professional who joined the Midwest Neurofitness practice in 2001. For 14 years prior to that time, his clinical experience was developed working in community mental health. Mr. Goben's specializations include the treatment of Anxiety and Depression. His clinical interests involve Peak Performance Training as well as the mental aspects of athletic performance. In addition to his clinical background,
Mr. Goben has accrued extensive experience in golf instruction.
Merry Lichtenberger, M.S., LCPC
Merry Lichtenberger began private practice in 1998 following 12 years as a community mental health therapist. Prior to earning a Master’s degree in 1986, she spent three years on staff at a children’s residential treatment facility. Ms. Lichtenberger worked primarily with child and adolescent clinical issues before concentrating on the evaluation and treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder across the lifespan. Current clinical interests also include helping individuals recover from traumatic experiences and assisting parents manage difficult
Anita Hogan, R.N.
Anita Hogan has worked in a variety of health settings since 1986. She has specialized in behavioral health care working in hospital inpatient and community mental health settings. She is on staff at the Behavioral Health Unit at Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center. In addition to her work as QEEG and neurofeedback technician at Midwest Neurofitness, she provides consultation regarding psychotropic medications and other health care issues.