Elizabeth L. Stroebel, Ph.D., BCIA-C
Elizabeth Stroebel, PhD (University of London) is internationally recognized for her innovative work in stress management and biofeedback with children, adolescents, and adults, as it relates to family, academics, and pain management of chronic and terminal illness.
Dr. Stroebel was a classroom teacher for 18 years concurrent with a university position.
Allied with physicians, she
began the first Stress Medicine Educational Programs for children and adolescents in Connecticut, which became a model for clinical work in the USA and abroad.
authored the Kiddie Quieting Reflex: A Choice for Children
and QR for Adolescents-translations of complex physiology of the mind/body connection into children's language and based on the adult QR work of physician and scientist, Charles F. Stroebel, M.D., PhD.
is certified BCIAC Senior Fellow (Biofeedback Certification of America), an active member of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback
(AAPB) and Co-Chair of the Education Division.
She is a member of the Biofeedback Society of Florida and other professional organizations.
While residing in the UK for 12 years, she
was affiliated with the pediatric community, both in hospital and community based settings.
worked with the Past president of the British Medical Association
, Prof. Linford Rees, M.D.; consultant for the Enclyclopedia of Complementary Medicine (Dorling Kindersley, 1997) ; senior consultant on the Walt Disney Educational Film, Expectations: Story of Stress.
also worked with Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, M.D. On Children
and Death (Simon & Schuster), as well as a consultant to many educators and healthcare providers.
has been invited to give over 900 presentations to parents, educators, and professional societies internationally.
Currently in private practice in the USA, she
is a contributor to Springer Textbook (2006,Vienna) Biofeedback in the Classroom; The Biofeedback Winter Issue (2006) Teaching Children to Self-Regulate.