About our Company
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
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.
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.
In 2012, Micah co-founded a large privately-held behavioral health group, which he grew to include a full continuum of care with multiple locations. He made an exit in late 2021 to form a boutique consulting firm (www.polestarconsulting.us) and shifted his focus to integrating a technology-based, scientific, and quantitative component to challenges that negatively affect society. In his own words, “I am someone who wants to play a significant role in changing the world.”
In his role at Neurologics, in addition to financial management and oversight, Micah enjoys building systems to accommodate sustainable growth and create immense value in the service teams provide – something he sees at Neurologics, and all of which attracted Micah to Neurologics; the impeccable track record of providing high-quality service to clients and families who are facing complex and uncomfortable cognitive impairments by deploying a set of ‘world-changing’ technology.
Micah enjoys playing soccer and golf, spending time with his wife and two children, and being exposed to new ideas, philosophies, cultures, people, food, and customs by traveling the globe whenever possible. In connection with his appetite for travel, Micah is passionate about finding unique ways to apply proven business principles to work toward eliminating global poverty. One of his personal missions is aimed at increasing the quality of life for people of many nations by volunteering for, and already consulting with, NGOs in Mali, Guatemala, Haiti, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Having a background in health sciences and healthcare administration, Cody realized early on the groundbreaking potential of Neurologics’ assessment and Optimization program in the behavioral healthcare and sports medicine space.
Cody holds a Master’s of Healthcare Administration from the University of Scranton, and attended Chapman University in Orange, CA for his Bachelor’s degree. Outside of Neurologics, Cody has managed several residential treatment centers in Southern California, and has been a Director of Risk Management and Performance Improvement for large inpatient psychiatric hospitals.
In his free time, Cody enjoys exploring the outdoors and traveling.
In her free time, Ryan enjoys travel, live music and Houston Texans football. She is also involved in the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, where she volunteers her time as a captain of the Gatekeepers Committee.
Peter has written for three mass-market books, including three science titles within the popular For Dummies series. He has written marketing and technical copy for a wide range of businesses, with an emphasis in the mental health, education and medical technology fields. In addition, has ten peer-reviewed scientific publications. He holds a B.S. in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and a Ph.D. in Biological Chemistry from Indiana University. In earlier chapters of his life, he was an Arabic linguist-interrogator and an intelligence analyst in the U.S. Army, and subsequently a science and math teacher and principal for a private secondary school.
When not writing, Peter can be found with an awl and waxed linen thread, making bespoke shoes and boots by hand. He cooks avidly, driven largely by the immediate gratification it provides. He luxuriates in the company of his stunning wife and his 6.2-pound Miki dog, Reggiee.
This includes answering clinical questions, facilitating general wellness check-ins, and helping clients understand their Brain Map Report of Findings and how those results may impact their daily lives.
Jessica earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Utah Valley University and then went on to complete a Master’s program in Clinical Social Work from Brigham Young University. Outside of academics, Jessica has spent ten years working in various roles in residential treatment with youth and their families. She has worked as a clinical therapist in a young adult wilderness program, and as a long-term, in-home parent coach.
Outside of professional endeavors, Jessica enjoys the outdoors. For Jessica the outdoors can mean anything from playing volleyball, hiking, spending time at the beach or going for a walk. She loves spending time with loved ones, is a dog lover at heart and enjoys the experience of traveling to new places in the world.
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!
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.
Julia has studied Cognitive Science and Neuroscience at UCSD, received her BFA from Parsons School of Design, and is pursuing her MS in Finance. Although she has achieved recognition as an award-winning designer, the most rewarding aspects of her career have been providing one-on-one mentorship of designers and directly supporting her clients. Julia believes that there is no greater joy than that which comes from helping others, and she is looking forward to using her varied background to support Neurologics’ continued success.
In her free time, Julia enjoys oil painting, yoga and meditation. She is also an avid podcast and coffee consumer, and loves to enjoy both at the same time.
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!
In her free time she enjoys traveling, cooking and playing pickleball with her friends. She also enjoys being active with her two boys, who both play football and baseball. Betsy was on the Friends of CASA board for three years as Finance Director, and spends her time as a FOCASA member volunteering to help raise awareness and support for our Orange County foster youth.
Concurrently pursuing a degree in psychology, Devin enjoys his role as Lead Neuroengineering Technologist and the ability to witness change. Devin lives in Orange County, Calif. and previously played football for Corona Del Mar High School, taking the Sea Kings to victory in the Division III State Football Championship in 2013.
He has five years of customer service experience and excels at working with people.
Devin enjoys being outdoors and hiking, watching football, riding horses, riding ATVs, and traveling.
After attending the University of Missouri, where she graduated with honors in both biology and psychology, Anna then moved to Salt Lake City to work at a wilderness therapy program.
She spent three years working with teenagers in therapy, while sleeping under the stars. There, Anna decided to become a therapist, and is currently applying to graduate school.
Anna spends her time being active. She enjoys skiing, backpacking, yoga, and walks with friends. She is also passionate about hobbies such as wood carving, learning Spanish, and volunteering.
A native of the Houston area, Paula grew up with her father, who worked at NASA, and her mother, who was a local elementary school teacher. Paula received training in Technical Management at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and earned a degree in Biology from Lone Star College. She has also worked with veterans and military personnel at Hill Air Force Base in Utah.
Paula’s personal passions include art, furniture restoration, adventure-travel, and technology. She has one wonderful son and two cats.
Immediately after graduating from Cal Lutheran, Erica continued her education at California Baptist University (CBU) and obtained her master’s degree in Sport & Performance Psychology. During her time at CBU, Erica was an intern for their Center for Sport and Performance Psychology (CSPP), and was able to run sport psychology sessions with CBU athletes as well as local high school athletes to help them improve the “mental side of the game.” Since graduating, Erica has been an extern for the
CBU CSPP, where she provides guidance and support for the current class of CBU Sport and Performance Psychology graduate students.
In her spare time, Erica enjoys golfing, hiking, going on fun adventures, hanging out at the beach, partaking in photography, listening to music, and going to the movies. Most importantly, she enjoys spending quality time with her family, friends, and boyfriend.
Thomas earned a B.S. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Central Florida, where he also obtained a certificate for criminal profiling, and was on the Dean’s list. During his time at UCF, Thomas cared for children at the Coalition for the Homeless in Orlando.
This experience helped Thomas gain new perspectives on how preschool offered to those in need makes a fundamental difference for their overall education. Thomas also worked as an assistant to his Cognitive Psychology professor, which gave him the opportunity to do hands-on work with students in their most challenging times.
While going to school, Thomas also worked as a server at world-renowned restaurants, where he had the chance to serve guests such as the President of the United States and diplomats from around the world. In his spare time, Thomas enjoys building computers, taking his two dogs to the park, and learning new languages. He’s currently working on Arabic.
Jay attended LeTourneau University, where he played basketball and ran track. He transferred to Sam Houston State University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and a minor in Health. While at Sam Houston, Jay competed in Track and Field.
Sydney graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Colorado, Boulder. She has eight years of advertising and marketing experience, and recently moved home to Texas from Los Angeles.
When she’s not working, Sydney enjoys live music, traveling and cooking. She also likes to spend time doing any and every outdoor adventure, and exploring her new city of Austin with her partner.
During her time in Oregon, she regularly volunteered for Food For Lane County, a nonprofit food bank, and spent most of her time at GrassRoots Gardens, where she planted and harvested the food at the source. She has coordinated and collaborated on events bringing together the youth of local communities, participating in beach clean ups, hiking, and reading groups.
Jillian loves to be outdoors, and has recently taken an interest in surfing and ceramics. She can be found camping, running to a podcast, and trying new plant forward recipes.
Where is our technology
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.