Grant Rudolph, MA, MFT

Neuro Wellness Director

Since 1988, he has been Clinical Research Director at Echo Neurotherapy. Grant has researched and documented positive psychotherapy for patients diagonosed with head trauma and specific mental health symptoms. He was a founding member of Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre California and graduate of the Dedicated Practioner Program in 2011. Grant offers mindfulness training and stress reduction for his clients and leads meditative training at the North Bay Sangha in Marin county.

Grant began his BA studies at Yale University and completed his Master’s Degree in Depth Clinical Counseling at Pacifica Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara California 1988. He served for five years as an Adjunct Professor at College of the Redwoods as well as teaching at California Institute of Integral Studies, John F Kennedy University, San Francisco State University, and Sophia University in Califronia. Grant was honored by Sofia University as one of the Top 200 Industry Influencers in Transformative Technology in 2016 and 2017. He is a music lover and was awarded Artist in Residence grants from 1983-85 by the California Arts Council as a Musical Director of new music vocal ensembles.

A Recent Review of Grant

“Reason for seeking out Grant was that I was having severe migraines. I had tried a number of different treatments for the migraines, all of which gave a temporary fix, but no long term solutions. Grant was sort of a last ditch attempt to get them under control. I had started to miss days at work, and felt the migraines were starting to control my life. Somehow it is impossible to put into words the feeling of relief you get from the sessions with Grant. It’s as if the old record is broken, and there’s a new recording going in in your brain! Run to his office right now!”

-Priscilla W