Faculty Biographies

Dr. Josephs and Dr. Zettl have taught Self Regulation Therapy and Psychological Anatomy throughout North America, Europe, the U.K and Russia.

Dr. Edward Josephs
A Harvard graduate, Dr. Josephs practiced as a clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist until 2001 when he began to devote his full attention to developing seminars, teaching and doing research for the CFTRE. He specialized in the evaluation and treatment of brain related injuries, trauma, pain management and exposure to environmental neurotoxins in adolescents and adults. His interest in traumatic stress was piqued while working with brain-injured clients post-MVA. He noted the similarity between brain injury symptoms and PTSD and obtained remarkable improvement in brain injured clients while working from a psychophysiological perspective. His doctoral dissertation researched a psychophysiological treatment for chronic pain.

Dr. Lynne Zettl
Dr. Zettl is a licensed clinical psychologist with a private practice in Kelowna, British
Columbia. She specializes in the treatment of PTSD and developmental dysregulation in adults and children from a psychophysiological perspective. Her doctoral dissertation researched the experience of trauma in emergency service personnel and the efficacy of a psychophysiological treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder.