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Curtis Cripe – Northcentral University of Arizona

Curtis Cripe holds a PhD in psychology and behavioral medicine from Northcentral University of Arizona. He began this path when he first received a Bachelor’s then a Master’s degree in engineering from California State Polytechnic University. His specialty was aerospace engineering and he took off in a career in this discipline when he started out as a senior systems engineer for the Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) for NASA’s deep space research missions. He worked on a number of projects there, and one of those first projects was the historic first Mars landing in the summer of 1976.

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Dr. Curtis Cripe is always on the front lines of new philosophies and treatment options. For example, he employs neuroengineering as a technique that uses modern applied neuroscience methods to remedy cognitive dysfunction. The practice of neuroengineering is composed of general analysis and remediation methods that have emerged as a practical application to many advanced clinical problems. Dr. Cripe calls the multifaceted combination of data collection, analysis and remediation the BrainRecovery Program.

Today, Dr. Curtis Cripe is a leading researcher at the NTL Group, Ltd. out of Scottsdale, Arizona. There he explores the fields of behavioral medicine and neuroengineering. He is sought for his thought leadership and is the accomplished author of many peer-reviewed publications and a number of books on his topics of research.   Dr. Curtis Cripe is a lifetime member of the Golden Key International Honor Society for Academics. He is also a Certified Neurotherapy Instructor, Certified Peak Performance Instructor, and an INPP instructor for brain development.

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Curtis Cripe – Space and Science

Curtis Cripe has enjoyed a long career in a number of scientific disciplines dating back to his educational career and on forward in a number of interesting career achievements and milestones. Dr. Curtis Cripe is a man of science. Crossing a number of scientific disciplines comes naturally for Curtis Cripe, and he began this path when he first received a Bachelor’s then a Master’s degree in engineering from California State Polytechnic University.   His specialty was aerospace engineering and he took off in a career in this discipline when he started out as a senior systems engineer for the Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) for NASA’s deep space research missions. He worked on a number of projects there, and one of those first projects was the historic first Mars landing in the summer of 1976. That landing was executed by the first interplanetary space exploration craft known as the Viking 1. The findings from this expedition increased mankind’s understanding of the climatic conditions on the Red Planet. For the next six years, far beyond its original intended mission, the spacecraft sent back pictures of Mars across space back to earth so scientists could analyze and explore. Curtis Cripe was also involved in a highly important role as a supervisory overseeing a number of software projects for the company known as TRW, Inc. One of those clients was the Department of Defense.

Curtis Cripe (3)Curtis Cripe continues his scientific career as a leading researcher at the NTL Group, Inc. out of Scottsdale, Arizona. There he explores neuroengineering and behavioral medicine. You cannot be a scientist without participating in the community and Dr. Cripe does this through a number of publications, discussions, committees and more. Cripe is the author of many peer-reviewed papers and is a noted international speaker on the subject of cognitive brain function and analysis. Dr. Curtis Cripe is well-published in the fields of behavioral medicine and neuroscience.

 

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Curtis Cripe – NeuroEngineer

Curtis Cripe is an academic leader and professional in the fields of neuroscience and behavioral medicine. Dr. Curtis Cripe is a NeuroEngineer who focuses on Behavioral Medicine and neuroscience at The NTL Group, Inc., in Scottsdale, Arizona.and his activities cover a wide range of areas and interests. These areas include addiction recovery, psychology, and psycho physiology. Dr. Cripe established the Crossroads Institute which operates in the field of behavioral medicine.

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Through the institute, Cripe directs a network of professionals in a number of states and locations throughout the country. These professionals care for patients that need help with psychological problems, such as children that exhibit developmental disorders like autism and adults that have an even wider range of problems. This organization is dedicated to using leading techniques like telemedicine and the web interfaces that help throughout the course of therapies.

To integrate these principles, Dr. Cripe implemented his leading philosophy that says the mind and body are the gateway to successful treatment, and these elements are inseparable for a successful program to make positive achievements. After all, these types of endeavors are typically long-term treatment plans, and the proper functioning of the mind and body as one can be a critical factor in helping to regain proper function.

He analyzes brain waves, body metrics and more in achieving success story after success story. Dr. Curtis Cripe feels that a thorough approach that encompasses brain and body health is critical to the formula for best treatments.

 
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Posted by on April 1, 2015 in Engineer and Author

 

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Curtis Cripe – Man of Honors

Curtis Cripe is a man of distinction that holds a remarkable number of achievements in his unique and storied career. He began his professional life as an aerospace engineer, when he began work at the Jet Propulsion Lab in California. The project work that he was involved in resulted in the first Mars landing by the Viking 1 spacecraft in the summer of 1976. Curtis Cripe was also a supervisor for the TRW Corporation who had oversight on a number of software projects including some that were executed for the United States Department of Defense (DOD).   Department of Defense projects typically require the best in the business, and although Cripe’s specific achievements are probably not the type that are allowed to get public recognition, there is little doubt that they were significant just based on the scale and target alone. Most recently he has been named a member of the consortium for the Manned Mission to Mars 2030.

Today, Dr. Curtis Cripe is a leading researcher at the NTL Group, Ltd. out of Scottsdale, Arizona. There he explores the fields of behavioral medicine and neuroengineering. He is sought for his thought leadership and is the accomplished author of many peer-reviewed publications and a number of books on his topics of research.   Dr. Curtis Cripe is a lifetime member of the Golden Key International Honor Society for Academics. He is also a Certified Neurotherapy Instructor, Certified Peak Performance Instructor, and an INPP instructor for brain development.

Dr. Curtis Cripe earned his PhD and a master’s degrees in Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine from NorthCentral University, which is a Doctoral Research University in Prescott Valley, Arizona. He is constantly honored for his leading research and asked to speak and participate in events around the country.

 

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Curtis Cripe: Author

Curtis Cripe is a PhD and neuroEngineer with renowned expertise in the fields of Behavioral Medicine and Neuroscience. He is a published author in “Psychology’s New Design Science: Theory and Research” – a book released in 2014 that focuses on how psychology, psychiatry, and the counseling professions will adopt technology as an extension of its skill and expertise.

Dr. Cripe is sought for a number of things, but his knowledge of neuroengineering is especially highlighted through his research. He was behind a leading article called “Effective Use of LENS Unit as an Adjunct to Cognitive Neuro-Developmental Training,” which was published simultaneously in the Journal of Neurotherapy and LENS: The Low Energy Neurofeedback System.

The LENS system is one that has evolved with ever-improving results and Dr. Cripe has pointed out three case studies where the Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS) was behind significant success. The LENS system was used to supplement neurotherapy and neuro-development training to help subjects overcome cognitive and developmental issues and by applying neuro-developmental exercises and LENS training, the treatment time in his clinic was reduced for certain conditions. In this case, those conditions were Pervasive Developmental Disorder and Autistic Spectrum Disorder. LENS training seemingly opened the door for other treatments to take place.

Curtis Cripe has tapped into a number of groundbreaking studies and treatments and continues to push forward through his research. Cripe holds a PhD and a master’s degree in health psychology and behavioral medicine from NorthCentral University. He also received a master’s degree in engineering and a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from California State Polytechnic University. Dr. Curtis Cripe was previously an aerospace engineer that worked at the Jet Propulsion Lab in California on the first-ever Mars landing.

 

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Curtis Cripe – Man of Science

Curtis Cripe is a man of science. He has enjoyed a long career in a number of scientific disciplines dating back to his educational career and on forward in a number of interesting career achievements and milestones. Crossing a number of scientific disciplines comes naturally for Curtis Cripe, and he began this path when he first received a Bachelor’s then a Master’s degree in engineering from California State Polytechnic University.   His specialty was aerospace engineering and he took off in a career in this discipline when he started out as a senior systems engineer for the Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) for NASA’s deep space research missions. He worked on a number of projects there, and one of those first projects was the historic first Mars landing in the summer of 1976. That landing was executed by the first interplanetary space exploration craft known as the Viking 1. The findings from this expedition increased mankind’s understanding of the climatic conditions on the Red Planet. For the next six years, far beyond its original intended mission, the spacecraft sent back pictures of Mars across space back to earth so scientists could analyze and explore. Curtis Cripe was also involved in a highly important role as a supervisory overseeing a number of software projects for the company known as TRW, Inc. One of those clients was the Department of Defense. Most recently he has been asked again to look to space as one of the team members of the newly formed Mission to Mars 2030 Consortium.

Curtis Cripe continues his scientific career as a leading researcher at the NTL Group, Inc. out of Scottsdale, Arizona. There he explores neuroengineering and behavioral medicine. You cannot be a scientist without participating in the community and Dr. Cripe does this through a number of publications, discussions, committees and more. He is well-published in the fields of behavioral medicine and neuroscience. Cripe is the author of many peer-reviewed papers and is a noted international speaker on the subject of cognitive brain function and analysis.

 

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Curtis Cripe – on the BrainRecovery Program

Curtis Cripe is an expert in the field of brain development and behavioral medicine. He is also a leading neuroengineering and behavioral medicine researcher at NTL Group, Inc., in Scottsdale, Arizona. Dr. Curtis Crip is also a well-published author on these topics who is known and sought throughout the community for his expert knowledge and mastery of subject.

In Chapter four of the highly rated book “The Healing Power of Neurofeedback: The Revolutionary LENS Technique for Restoring Optimal Brain Function” by Stephen Larsen, Dr. Curtis Cripe shares how this chapter explores one of the most rewarding aspects of neurofeedback: working with children. “We discuss working with children as young as six months, all the way through childhood and puberty, to the later teenage years. The sensitive, less fully formed nervous system of the child responds beautifully to the LENS.”

The book is focused on an established, alternative, and highly effective technique of restoring brain function known as the Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS). The system was developed by Dr. Len Ochs in 1992 and has had extraordinary results using weak electromagnetic fields to stimulate brain-wave activity and restore brain flexibility and responsiveness.

Dr. Cripe shares how: “We usually tell parents that while the goal is to help repair and develop the brain minimally the programs will help their child be more flexible, adaptable, and to learn better.” Dr. Cripe goes on to describe how the LENS system has shown the desired effects of increased cortical flexibility, decreased rigid and inflexible adaptations, and harmonization and balancing of the activity of the central nervous system. Dr. Cripes describes how LENS lets the child’s brain do its own regulating, and the advantages of doing so.

Dr. Curtis Cripe is always on the front lines of these philosophies and treatment options and technologies. For example, he employs neuroengineering as a technique that uses modern applied neuroscience methods to remedy cognitive dysfunction. The practice of neuroengineering is composed of general analysis and remediation methods that have emerged as a practical application to many advanced clinical problems. Dr. Cripe calls the multifaceted combination of data collection, analysis and remediation the BrainRecovery Program. It’s a collaborative and innovative program that has many features and benefits, and many in the industry are looking at the possibilities of what can be achieved now and in the future.

 

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