We offer a multi-modal approach to counseling including comprehensive evaluations through testing, Quantitative EEG, topographic brainmapping, family and marriage assessments and spiritual assessment. We believe it is God who brings change and healing, so prayer is a vital piece of the healing process.


Robert L. Gurnee, MSW, LCSW, DCSW
Board Certified Diplomat, Director - Certified EEG Neurotherapist/QEEG Diplomat - Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Bob has a BA from the University of California at Berkeley, a MSW in Clinical Social Work from the University of Chicago and a MA in Psychological Anthropology from the University of New Mexico.

Bob is a devout Christian. He has taken classes at the Phoenix seminary and Arizona Bible Institute and is certified in Theopostic Prayer Ministry. He is active in his church and studies the Bible daily. He is Director of Prayer Ministry at his church and is Director of the Scottsdale Healing Rooms.

Bob has 35 years experience in child, adolescent, adult, marital and family counseling and has worked extensively with alcohol and substance abuse. He founded the Attention Deficit Disorder Clinic over 26 years ago and serves as Director. He is internationally respected for his expertise in Brain Mapping and EEG Neurofeedback.

Many disorders including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, as well as those resulting from head injuries and strokes, can be improved significantly without the need for medication with EEG Neurofeedback.



Our role as counselors is to empower individuals by providing information, perspective, and prayer ministry, to facilitate growth and change in the individual’s life. We integrate psychological and spiritual approaches in helping people to deal more effectively with their life issues. We embrace a Biblical view of life and relationships. We believe God’s Word provides clear and dependable guidelines for living.

We believe that it is God who brings change and healing to an individual. It is the work of the counselor to encourage and pray for this process.