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Stacy Vernon, LPC, NCC

Stacy Quiroz Vernon in a blue blouse and black cardigan with lights, horizontal. Clinical Program Manager

Head of Adult Assessment

Stacy Vernon has over 20 years of experience in the fields of cognitive neuroscience, assessment, and mental health counseling. She has provided support to the clinical services of neuropsychology practices in Texas and Georgia. Stacy received a master of science degree in professional counseling from Georgia State University. She is also a licensed professional counselor in the state of Texas and is a National Board Certified Counselor.

Key Research and Publications

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A Novel BrainHealth Index Prototype Improved by Telehealth-Delivered Training During COVID-19

This groundbreaking study establishes a holistic, personalized measure of brain fitness (the BrainHealth® Index) and training protocols with the potential to revolutionize global health.

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Multitasking is toxic to your brain and your health.

The brain is wired to perform one task at a time. When you believe you are multitasking, your brain is actually switching quickly between tasks, causing fatigue that decreases efficiency and performance.

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The One Thing You Should Stop Doing While WFH

April 3, 2020 - The myth of multitasking is actually hurting your productivity, interfering with brain systems and adding to your stress levels.

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972.883.3341