Founded by Inna Khazan, Ph.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Certified Biofeedback Specialist.
Two powerful scientifically proven techniques combined together
Biofeedback and mindfulness separately are powerful interventions that help people improve their health and wellbeing. When practiced together, these tools become even more powerful.
Mindfulness and biofeedback together provide us with a balance between letting go (mindfulness) and goal-directed action (biofeedback). As a result, we are better able to let go of controlling the uncontrollable and focusing our energy and resources of helpful responses to difficult thoughts, feelings, and experiences.
At Boston Center for Health Psychology and Biofeedback, located in downtown Boston, MA, we practice mindfulness-based biofeedback and physiologically informed mindfulness. This means that we combine the best of both interventions together in a way that allows you to reap the greatest benefit from your treatment.
Dr. Inna Khazan, the founder of Boston Center for Health Psychology and Biofeedback, is a pioneer in bringing mindfulness and biofeedback together. The unique skills taught by our therapists were developed by Dr. Khazan, and have since been used in various health and performance settings, including Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, Stuttgart Opera and Ballet Company, US Army special forces and US Navy special warfare.
Boston Center for Health Psychology and Biofeedback, in Boston, MA was founded by Dr. Inna Khazan, an internationally recognized expert in the fields of biofeedback and mindfulness. Our talented and dedicated team now also includes Jenae Spencer, LMHC, an experienced therapist and trauma specialist.
Our therapists provide treatment for anxiety disorders, depression, insomnia, trauma, chronic pain and other medically related conditions. We also help our clients effectively navigate challenges that come along with relationships, life changes, work-related stress, pregnancy, postpartum, and parenting, as well as with general life issues.