We are a Carmel-based neurofeedback therapy clinic that helps adults and children mitigate the symptoms related to anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, attention deficit disorder, attention deficit hyperactive disorder, apraxia, and migraines.

We are parents with kids who have different needs and struggles, and we are grown adults with those same things, too.

Our data-driven, brain-based assessments and training programs help children and adults improve concentration, memory, sleep, mood, behavior, and stress management.

Life can be hard. Let us help.

Courtney Boyer, Founder of Grey Matters

Courtney Boyer | Founder & Certified Brain Health Coach

Courtney is the founder of Grey Matters. She has over 20 years of experience in business management, nursing, psychology, and digital marketing. She’s also Grey’s mom, so she gets it! As a mother with a child living with apraxia and ADHD, Courtney has found success in neurofeedback for both herself and her children. Now, she’s out here helping other moms and dads with their own mental health struggles.

Courtney holds an active Registered Nurse license in Indiana, and she is a Certified Brain Health Coach, Certified Health and Wellness Coach, and a Certified Holistic Nutritionist. All of this wrapped up together makes her the perfect mental health advocate here at Grey Matters.

Debora Mosey Office Manager

Debora Mosey | Office Manager

Debora is one of the friendly faces you’ll encounter at Grey Matters. With more than 20 years of experience in executive administration and management, Debora’s role is to make sure everything runs smoothly from the moment you walk through our doors. Debora has hit the ground running for Grey Matters, ensuring every detail is meticulously planned for. So, you can rest assured knowing you’re in the best of hands and your neurofeedback therapy care will always be top of mind for her.

Outside the clinic, Debora enjoys listening to all types of music, decorating her new home, and spending time with her husband, two sons, and three grandchildren.

Erica Dixon - Neurofeedback Technician - Carmel Indiana

Erica Dixon | Neurofeedback Technician

Erica is the neurofeedback technician here at Grey Matters, and she brings with her more than 15 years of experience in the medical and legal fields. She has even spent some of her career as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for children. Erica has lab analyst experience and is here at Grey Matters to use her sample extraction, analysis, and reporting skills. Her goal is to make sure every patient understands their neurofeedback therapy, goals, and information throughout each session.

Erica’s attention to detail and precise procedure adherence makes her the perfect person to have on your side as you navigate your mental health with neurofeedback therapy.

Charley Boyer | Neurofeedback Assistant

Charley is one of the coolest people you will ever meet. Although she’s still in high school, Charley’s passion for helping people and her deep interest in human behavior and psychology make her the perfect Neurofeedback Assistant.

As Courtney’s daughter and a neurofeedback graduate herself, Charley couldn’t be happier to join in on this journey of bringing relief and an optimal life to many others. 

kevin butterfield mentor at Grey Matters

Kevin Butterfield | Mentor

Kevin is the star mentor at Grey Matters. He is one of the co-founders at BrainForest Centers, the neurofeedback clinic in Fishers that treated both Courtney and her children. He is fascinated by the study and treatment of the brain and brings his experience from the Fishers clinic and love for helping people to Grey Matters. As a military veteran and the son of a prominent Neurosurgeon, his passion has been to change the way brain conditions are identified and treated.

Kevin and Courtney have worked extensively together over the years – both in the client/vendor role and patient/provider role. His encouragement to Courtney to start her own clinic and continued mentorship at Grey Matters are invaluable.

“Almost any brain, regardless of its level of function, can be trained to function better.”

“Almost any brain, regardless of its level of function, can be trained to function better.”

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