“Emotional balance has been something I have been striving towards. As far back as I can remember anxiety and worry has been a way of life. Now with Rae’s help, my life has begun to shift back into a more “normal” range. I am no longer dealing with the emotional highs and lows that I have had to live with. I am sure as I continue my sessions, my desire to manage my emotions and feel a sense of wellbeing will continue to emerge.”

— Julia Kneeland

About Rae Tattenbaum

Rae Tattenbaum, LCSW and psychotherapist, offers the Inner Act program which synthesizes multiple, highly effective techniques including Neurofeedback and self-mastery techniques into a comprehensive and integrated approach. Over the past 25 years, the Inner Act program has been proven to enhance performance in business, academics, athletics and the performing arts, as well as to increase mental balance, productivity and wellness for those with learning, attention and physical disabilities.

As a pioneer in using Neurofeedback for enhanced performance, Tattenbaum is featured prominently in Jim Robbins’ book, “A Symphony in the Brain: The Evolution of the New Biofeedback“, and in “The Open-Focus Brain” by Les Fehmi, PhD and Jim Robbins.

Among her numerous achievements, Ms. Tattenbaum has been a recipient of the Nortel’s President’s Award for Excellence, and is an expert in Ericksonian Hypnosis and Neurofeedback. She travels internationally, speaking about her Program and teaching performance enhancement methods to adults, adolescents and children.

Rae has been featured nationally on WNPR’s “The Infinite Mind”. Among her clients are business professionals, elite athletes – including 2006 Winter Olympics competitors – and Broadway and Metropolitan Opera performers. Rae is a former chairperson of the AAPB Optimal Functioning Section.

Rae earned her MSW from the Columbia University School of Social Work after receiving a BA in Advanced Study in Theatre Arts at Hofstra University.

Rae is located in West Hartford, Connecticut. She serves clients throughout the US using Skype, Facetime, Zoom and conventional phone conversation. Pandemic progress permitting she will also see people in her Hartford office.