Erin Venza, MS, CCC-SLP
Head of Clinical Operations
Erin Venza has 10 years of experience facilitating and researching the benefits of cognitive training. She has worked with a variety of populations in research, including individuals with mild cognitive impairment, traumatic brain injury, bipolar disorder, as well as the general adult population.
Erin’s current research efforts are focused on content creation and coaching for The BrainHealth Project. Additionally, she is completing a pilot study examining the benefit of cognitive training in breast cancer survivors who report brain fog posttreatment.
This groundbreaking study establishes a holistic, personalized measure of brain fitness (the BrainHealth® Index) and training protocols with the potential to revolutionize global health.
Cognitive abilities may be a more influential factor than age in susceptibility to decision-making biases and falling for financial scams.
This study provides promising evidence that short-term reasoning training can enhance cognitive performance in adults with bipolar disorder.
The ability to select, initiate, or withhold appropriate behaviors in a complex environment is a process that is impaired in individuals with MCI.