Mark Rider, Ph.D., M.S. Psychopharmacology Dr. Mark Rider has been a licensed psychologist in Southlake, TX for over 20 years. He has post-doctoral training in Neurotherapy, EMDR, Cognitive Hypnotherapy, and Psychopharmacology. His first book, The Rhythmic Language of Health and Disease (1997), demonstrated that neuroplastic shifts in the brain can be created by music and imagery, and were essential for health. His next book, Revisioning: Mirror Therapy for Unresolved Grief (2014) revolutionized the treatment of complicated grief. This technique has been shown to be 99% effective with this condition. Together with Lynn Heselton, their latest book, Revisioning: Rapid Mirror Neuron Psychotherapy for Grief and Trauma, has created groundbreaking treatments for PTSD, Personality Disorders, and Dissociative Disorders without the client having to relive the traumas. Mark is currently director of the Revisioning Center for Grief and Trauma.
Lynn Heselton, MSN, APRN, PMHCNS-BC, EMDR Lynn Heselton graduated in 1992 with a Master's Degree in Psychiatric Nursing from the University of Rochester, NY Medical Center. She is Nationally Certified and Texas Licensed to provide counseling as an Advanced Practice Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist. She is certified in EMDR. Lynn has been in private practice in the DFW area since 2009. She is currently in private practice in the office of Dr. John Naus in Colleyville, TX. She is the co-author of Revisioning: Rapid Mirror Neuron Psychotherapy for Grief and Trauma. Lynn's interest areas include the development and application ego repair and trauma resolution methods. She is an instructor for licensed therapists in the use of Revisioning for Traumatic Grief, PTSD, Childhood Abuse, and Dissociative Disorders. She is currently assistant director of the Revisioning Center for Grief and Trauma.