Mark Steinberg, Ph.D.is a licensed psychologist with offices Redwood City, San Francisco, and Walnut Creek, California. He specializes in clinical, educational, and neuropsychology and has over 42 years of experience. He uses drug-free traditional therapies, as well as the latest in EEG Neurofeedback and Voice Technology to heal and remediate emotional, behavioral and learning difficulties with children, adolescents, and adults. He utilizes brain-based methods to eliminate a wide range of symptoms, as well as their underlying causes: anxiety, depression, sleep disorders, attention problems, headaches, pain, seizures, and more.
Voted Best Therapist by Bay Area Parent Magazine readers multiple times, Dr. Steinberg is also the author of the popular books, Living Intact: Challenge and Choice in Tough Times, ADD: The 20-Hour Solution (co-authored with Siegfried Othmer), Staying Madly in Love with Your Spouse: Guide to a Happier Marriage, and Confessions of A Maverick Mind, as well as many articles and professional publications. Dr. Steinberg has made numerous TV appearances on ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX. Consulted as a medical expert by NBC, he has won local and statewide awards. He has taught graduate school at Cal State University, Northridge, and National University.
Vivian Wong works as a neurofeedback therapist for Dr. Mark Steinberg. She is also a licensed acupuncturist and certified massage therapist. Vivian has training in Thought Field Therapy algorithms for the rapid resolution of negative emotions and the easing of life’s stresses. As a seasoned hiker, Vivian has keen interests in integrative medicine and self-healing approach for soft tissue injuries. Her work includes stroke rehabilitation and high intensity sports recovery. She has worked with the Men's Swimming and Diving program at the University of California, Berkeley. Vivian has both traveled with the team to high level competitions and worked with the athletes on campus, assisted in the day-to-day recovery of the athletes through the course of the season. Her work contributed to gold medal performances at the World Championship level, the World University Games level, the Pan-American Games level, and the NCAA level.
Vivian has also helped her family member recovered from severe stroke, gaining significant improvement in physical and cognitive functions through integrative work of acupuncture, massage and neurofeedback training.
Robert Lungaro earned his Master’s Degree from San Francisco State University in 1981 in the field of Educational Psychology. His B.A. was earned from SFSU in 1978, magna cum laude. Robert studied at the California State Colleges and Universities International Program, European Study from 1977-78. Robert holds lifetime California Community College Instructor and Guidance Counselor Credentials. He also holds a Child Development Director Permit, multi-site management awarded in 2008. Over 30 years experience in management of government subsidized educational and social service agencies. Extensive experience in strategic planning, financial analysis, program compliance, and licensing regulations for child development programs. Robert has also worked as an administrator/case manager/social worker for mental health programs serving disadvantaged youth as well as adults. Worked for: Child Development Inc., Pajaro Valley Unifies School District, Santa Clara County Office of Education, Chamberlain’s Children Center, Inc., Spark Foundation, S’vale Elementary School District, Kindercare Learning Centers, Inc., and San Jose Unified School District. Robert has also taught Community College in the area of administration and management of child development programs. Robert makes his home in San Jose, California and lives with his wife of 30 years. He has three grown children, who live in the bay area. He enjoys a wonderful family life and is looking forward to seeing his children married and being a grandfather.