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About our Company

About Neurologics

Neurologics is the intersection of mainstream neuroscience and medicine with technology. We are a medical company whose roots and approach extend back nearly two decades, and whose model rapidly incorporates advances in technology and medicine as they occur. We are a team of dedicated professionals who have seen the power of Neurologics transform the lives of their clients and their own lives as well. Neurologics understands that individual clients have individual needs, and excels in customizing programs to make them impactful and convenient, one client at a time.

Meet Our Team

Terry Eagan, MD
Terry Eagan, MDChief Medical Officer
Terry V. Eagan, M.D. is the President, Founder and Chief Medical Officer for The Eagan Institute. He is Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry and the Behavioral Sciences University of Southern California College of Medicine.

He is an expert consultant for a number of organizations including the California Department of Corrections and the only American expert invited by His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, to speak three years in a row for the Body, Mind & Life conference in India. Dr. Eagan pioneered the concept of Professional Ethics and Compassion Fatigue and has guided training programs for individual practitioners, multinational corporations, public school systems, community health centers, law enforcement agencies, hospitals, and universities. A prominent and experienced speaker, he has spoken at hundreds of conferences and organizations including Harvard Medical School and the Body, Mind & Life Conference. He has served as an expert in psychiatry for Paramount Pictures, NBC and HBO. Dr. Eagan has been featured in dozens of publications, including Variety, Forbes, New York Magazine, and has appeared as a mental health consultant on several radio and television programs, including the Today Show. He has been a medical consultant for the VH-1 Network, the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) and was the Medical Director & co-host for the Lifetime Network television series on Eating Disorders, “Starving Secrets” with Tracy Gold.

Dr. Eagan has been co-investigator for over 15 pivotal clinical trials in social phobia, obsessive compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, depression and psychogenic impotence and he lectures on psychopharmacology to physicians across the United States. He was a Collaborating Physician Investigator for the American Psychiatric Association’s DSM-V Field Trials and was also part of the National Expert Clinical Panel which established the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Treatment Guidelines for the American Psychiatric Association. Prior to this, he helped shape healthcare policy in the United States as the Honorary Chairman for the State of California for the Physician’s Advisory Board of the National Republican Congressional Committee. He has served as the medical director for 19 medical treatment centers including Moonview Sanctuary and was formerly the Chief Medical Officer of Monte Nido & Affiliates Eating Disorder Programs. Dr. Eagan is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology and Medical Board of California as a physician and surgeon. As founder and CEO of Eagan Medical Group, LLC., his private patients have included leaders in industry, politics, and performers from television, music and film, many of whom have been at the extremes of celebrity.

Karen Odell-Barber, MS, CISD
Karen Odell-Barber, MS, CISDFounder and Chairman
Karen brings 21 years of experience as an adolescent and young adult therapist. She is an Arizona Regent Scholar and studied at the London School of Economics after she completed her undergraduate degree.

She completed her master’s degree in counseling at San Francisco State University, with post graduate training in addiction treatment from UC Berkeley.

Odell-Barber was Milieu Manager, Director of Business Development, and Chief Operating Officer for Belmont Hills Hospital, an 80-bed Neuropsychiatric Center. During her tenure, she led the facility through significant restructuring and a successful JCAHO review and survey, resulting in commendation. She has hands-on management experience within the areas of clinical service, utilization management and review, operations and maintenance and outpatient services. She has served as Clinical Consultant to numerous organizations, including Lifetime Television. She is an experienced public speaker and has presented at various behavioral health and neuroscience conferences throughout the US. Odell-Barber, a Who’s Who in American Businesswomen, was a volunteer lobbyist for the American Medical Association and separately, in 2004 was the author of legislation impacting US healthcare delivery, which passed with 78 percent bipartisan voter approval. She served as Adjunct Professor of Medical Economics for Touro University creating the first ever Medical Economics Curriculum, which has been adopted in medical schools nationwide. She is a volunteer for multiple charities related to children and underprivileged youth and serves as a board member for Prayer for Compassion, tasked with international fundraising for over 19,000 orphans.

A member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, she is the CEO of Treatment Consultants, LLC, a behavioral healthcare concierge case management company specializing in clinical consultation, triage and case management of addiction, eating disorders and co-occurring disorders.

Stephen Austin
Stephen AustinPresident, Sports Division
Stephen Austin is a former NFL Executive and founder of the NFL Regional and Super Regional Combines. Prior to joining the NFL, Stephen owned and operated ELITE Football Combines from 1990 until its purchase by the National Football League in 2009. Stephen served as Director of Operations for NFL Combine Properties from 2009 until 2016.  His combines have tested over 50,000 pro football prospects.

Stephen has provided player evaluation services on behalf of the NFL, NFL Europe, Canadian Football League, the XFL and the Arena Football League.  He was first to convey player test data and workout video to teams and players via the Internet.  His multi-criteria searchable database was the first of its kind to enable teams to sort through thousands of player evaluations using filters.

In 1990, the NFL retained Stephen to conduct combine events in the U.S., Canada, and England for the start-up World League of American Football, later re-named NFL Europe.  In 2000, ELITE was tapped by NBC Television and World Wrestling Entertainment to operate nationwide player evaluation tryouts for the new XFL pro football league.

In 2004, as co-Chairman of the NFL Youth Football Committee, Stephen and co-Chairman, Tyrone Willingham (former Notre Dame and Washington head football coach), directed the National Athletic Testing Service on behalf of the League.  While leading NATS, Stephen designed the first online academic calculator to help high school players keep track of their progress toward NCAA core-course eligibility.

From 2004 to 2009 Stephen served as lead consultant for sports programming development at King World Television.  Stephen has provided sports and entertainment consulting services to networks, producers, casting agencies, corporations and sports organizations throughout his professional career.

Stephen is currently a private investor in Pro Day USA, which designs and manufactures sports measuring devices.  The Pro Day USA’s Jump Machine was designed and invented by Stephen, for which he holds a U.S. Patent.  The Jump Machine has revolutionized the way track and field measures the long and triple jumps.

Stephen is the creator, producer and lead talent (season one) of the two-time Emmy-nominated NFL Network hit show “UnDrafted,” which is the highest-rated show in NFLN history.

Stephen received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Cincinnati.  He and his family reside in Newport Beach, CA and Lake George, NY.

Tom Kearin, MBA
Tom Kearin, MBA Chief Operating Officer
Tom is a passionate, high energy international entrepreneur, consultant, coach, advisor, mentor, teacher and trainer. His business leadership spans a variety of industries, including technology, accounting and audit, management consulting, and international study abroad and educational travel.

Tom has held various leadership roles as an auditor, financial controller, treasurer, chief financial officer, chief operating officer, president, chief executive officer, board member and shareholder.

Tom has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a MBA in Finance. He started his career as an auditor in KPMG Peat Marwick in Boston with Certified Public Accountant certificates in the states of Massachusetts, California, and Nevada.  Tom is fluent in Spanish and spent the previous 12 years dividing his time between the United States and Latin America as a partner and the chief operating officer in an international study abroad and educational travel company.  He relocated back to the United States full-time in August 2017 to focus on launching his new, “feel good” organization called Be Something Wonderful, founded by Tom in 2016.

Born and raised in the greater Boston area, Tom studied Kenpo karate in his early years, earning his black belt at age 19.  He recently returned to snowboarding after a nearly 15-year hiatus, and typically starts his day around 4:00 AM with an intense work out at the gym. Tom currently resides in Southern California.

Alex Jungsten
Alex JungstenDirector, Sports Division
Alex is an avid athlete and holds the current Whittier College decathlon school record. While at Whittier, he was also a five-time all-conference award winner, 2014 SCIAC conference champion in the 110m hurdles, a three-year starter on the football team, and four-time track and field team captain.

As a graduate assistant, Alex served as recruiting coordinator and assistant coach for Whittier College Track and Field.  Alex remains involved in track and field as a USATF-certified track and field official.

In 2014, Alex received his Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Sports Management, and received his Master of Arts in Education in 2016.  After college, Alex served as National Director of Sales and Marketing for Pro Day USA, a track and field sports equipment company, and later as Principal Consultant for Austin Media Group, which provides assistance to media and corporate project leaders with their sports and entertainment-related initiatives, programs, content and events.

A world-ranked Esports competitor originally from Sacramento, Alex resides in Costa Mesa, CA.

Kristen Hayes
Kristen HayesMedia & Public Relations
Kristen is excited to be part of the innovative Neurologics team, leading the company’s communications and media relations efforts.

She is an established public relations, marketing and communications professional with over 20 years of experience in the field. She’s worked directly for some of the top behavioral health treatment programs in the country providing referral relations, media relations, crisis communications and marketing expertise. Prior to her experience with treatment centers, Kristen worked in marketing and communications roles for a commercial real estate firm, the University of San Diego, and Legoland California, as well as for two PR agencies, following a career in entertainment with the William Morris Agency and personally for an Academy Award winning director. Kristen graduated cum laude from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies. She is a Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS), a member of the Women’s Association for Addiction Treatment (WAAT) and the former chair of the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) public relations committee. She is also an executive boardmember of the PTA.

Kristen enjoys spending time with her husband, twin daughters and Jack Russell Terrier Tucker, and is obsessed with Orange Theory Fitness.

Michelle Corcoran
Michelle CorcoranAdmissions/ Business Development
Michelle thrives in her role as Admissions and Business Development Specialist for Neurologics. As the parent of a child with learning differences, Michelle is passionate about helping other such parents find the most effective tools and resources. And, since her son completed a Neurologics program, she can attest to its power.

Michelle brings seven years of experience in medical sales and business development, primarily in the area of psychology. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Westmont College in Montecito, California.

An active volunteer, Michelle contributes time and effort to charities including the Glass Slipper Guild, Autism by the Sea, and National Charity League. A PTA member for six years, Michelle was also the Co-Chair of the public schools’ non-profit organization, DEAN’s, which raised hundreds of thousands of dollars at its gala. Weekends for Michelle’s family are all about sports!

Kathleen Greenberg
Kathleen GreenbergOperations
As Administrative Specialist for Neurologics, Kathleen is excited by the opportunity to put her organizational skills to good use to help the company thrive. Kathleen holds a degree in Business/Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management from Oregon State University.

She has honed her expertise in business operations within management positions for several major hotel chains and during her tenure working for two start-up companies.

A mother to one son, Kathleen volunteers abundantly for school functions and fundraisers, most recently serving as Treasurer of the school’s PTO. Kathleen’s passion for applying operational expertise to worthy causes has also found expression in her efforts for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, an active parents’ organization and for her sorority’s alumnae association, for whom she served as Vice President. Kathleen and her family are travelers and sports fans!

Meghann McGeough
Meghann McGeoughNeuroengineering Coach
As Neuroengineering Coach for Neurologics, Meghann is passionate about helping others, especially to see and realize their full potential.

Meghann earned a Bachelor’s degree in Child and Adolescent Development from California State University, Fullerton. She served for two years as Director of Youth Development for a non-profit organization in Orange County, and has worked extensively with diverse groups of children in school settings. Meghann is CBEST certified.

Outside of Neurologics, Meghann can be found cooking, baking, or spending time with friends and family.

Ashley Chapman
Ashley ChapmanNeuroengineering Coach
As a Neuroengineering Coach for Neurologics, Ashley relishes the opportunity to coach and encourage her clients to improve their brains, and their lives.

Ashley earned a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature and a Secondary Teaching Credential from California State University, Fullerton. Additionally, Ashley holds certificates in Jane Austen and Victorian Literature from Oxford University. Ashley has taught a diverse population of children and adolescents in the U.S. and internationally for over eight years, and has recently performed as Director of Admissions and Outreach for a private, 1-to-1 academy for middle and high school students.

Ashley nurtures her passion for the arts as a private music teacher for students of piano and voice.

Nikki McGeough
Nikki McGeoughNeuroengineering Coach
Nikki is thrilled to be a Neuroengineering Coach for Neurologics because it allows her to pursue her passion of helping others achieve their highest level of success.

Nikki completed a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and Entertainment Studies from California State University, Fullerton and has professional experience as Marketing Manager for a social media marketing firm, and in managerial and associate positions at two other digital marketing companies.

For six years, Nikki was owner/operator of Dream Dance All Stars, a competitive, inter-state dance team. In that role, Nikki limited herself to simply managing all teaching, rehearsal, costume design, competition logistics and finances. She is also a studio-recorded singer, recording as “Nikki Beck”.

Cody Carrara
Cody CarraraNeuroengineering Technologist
As a Neuroengineering Technologist for Neurologics, Cody is fulfilled by applying his extensive background in healthcare and counseling to help clients benefit from compelling technology and exceptional customer service.

Cody is currently pursuing a Masters of Health Administration from the University of Scranton and holds a bachelor’s degree from Chapman University. Cody was trained in brain mapping in 2014, and has significant operational experience within behavioral health residential treatment settings.
Outside of Neurologics, Cody enjoys his studies and traveling.

Julia Solomon
Julia SolomonNeuroengineering Technologist
Julia’s favorite part about her role as Neuroengineering Technologist for Neurologics is helping others to experience the same progress she herself enjoyed as a Neurologics client in the Peak Performance program.

Not content with simply earning a B.S. in Neuroscience from the University of California, San Diego, Julia simultaneously earned a degree in Fine Arts from the Parsons School of Design.

Julia has added her technical and artistic expertise to diverse causes, including to non-profit organizations benefitting the arts and children with autism. She is an accomplished artist, specializing in digital design.

Shelby Letcher
Shelby LetcherNeuroengineering Coach
Shelby is excited to add her background in health and her operational experience to the Neurologics team.

After completing a B.S. in Health Promotion and Education at the University of Utah, Shelby worked in diverse roles for the Salt Lake County Health Department, including communication & outreach, planning and event management and program development. Shelby also acted as a key member of the core executive team, helping to drive operations and sales at the energy technology start-up.

In Shelby’s spare time, she enjoys learning new skills, meeting new people, and spending time outdoors enjoying beautiful Southern California.

Where is our technology
being used?

You don’t have to take our word for it. We invite you to examine some of the programs and institutions that have already seen what Neurologics can do for their own clients. And the list continually grows. Upon request, we will be happy to facilitate conversations with these programs to help you appreciate what Neurologics can do for you.