CEO & Clinical Director
Dr. Cano is a Navy veteran, licensed psychologist in Colorado and Hawaii, and founder/clinical director of Neurofeedback Colorado Springs. In the Navy, she served with VF-101, a fighter squadron based out of NAS Oceana in Virginia Beach, VA, where she worked as an avionics electrician on F-14 fighters. After leaving the Navy, she returned to Colorado Springs to finish her education. Dr. Cano has a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology/Criminology from From CSU-Pueblo, and a certificate in Forensic Criminology. She holds two Master’s degrees; Clinical Psychology from University of the Rockies and Clinical Psychopharmacology from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a Doctorate of Clinical Psychology from the University of the Rockies, with emphasis in neuropsychology. She spent 3 years (5,000 hours) training with a Board Certified Pediatric Neuropsychologist in Colorado Springs, to complete her internship and post-doctorate clinical hours. The training provided experience in neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation of highly complex children and adults, most of which with co-morbid diagnoses. This is also where Dr. Cano was introduced to and trained in neurofeedback. Dr. Cano takes a unique and comprehensive approach to neuropsychological evaluation, considering neurodevelopmental and medical bases for debilitating psychological symptomology. As a retired Navy veteran, the doctor works extensively with the veteran and active duty military population and their families; advocating for a comprehensive mind-body assessment and treatment approach.