Performance coach Rae Tattenbaum earned her BA and completed advanced study in Theatre Arts at Hofstra University. She also has an MSW from the Columbia University School of Social Work.
The recipient of the Nortel's President's award for excellence, she is a licensed clinical social worker with expertise in Ericksonian Hypnosis, Neurofeedback, and teaching performance enhancement methods to adolescents and adults.
A pioneer in using Neurofeedback for enhancing performance, Tattenbaum is featured in Jim Robbins-s May 2000 book, A Symphony in the Brain: The Evolution of the New Biofeedback. Rae-s unique tapestry of tools which enhance performance in creativity, academics, business and the performing arts has been recognized in Jim Robbins-s book, A Symphony in the Brain: The Evolution of the New Biofeedback. This unique five part program and it-s application to classical singers was featured in 2004 in -Classical Singer Magazine. She has also been featured nationally on WNPR-s "The Infinite Mind". She is the chair of the AAPB Optimal Functioning Section and most recently served as a primary source for the WSJ-s article on the role of Neurofeedback in working with elite athletes... Ms. Tattenbaum teaches internationally including courses at the University of Hartford. She works actively with Elite Athletes , who recently competed in the 2006 Winter Olympics, and with Broadway and Metropolitan Opera performers. Rae Tattenbaum earned her BA and completed advanced study in Theatre Arts at Hofstra University. She also has an MSW from the Columbia University School of Social Work