Bob Whitehouse
Educational Advisory Board Member, Logisens Corporation

Carol Kauffman
Educational Advisory Board Member, Logisens Corporation

Dianne R. Stober
Educational Advisory Board Member, Logisens Corporation

Bob Whitehouse, EdD is a licensed psychologist, emeritus professor of psychology, consultant, and B.C.I.A. Senior Fellow certificate in biofeedback with over 30 years in that field.  In 1974 he started one of the first college biofeedback programs in the country.  Since 1984 he has been in private practice in biofeedback, psychotherapy, and optimal performance coaching in Colorado. 

Dr. Whitehouse has recently been appointed Director of the Denver branch of the Lawlis/Peavey Centers, with its specialization in comprehensive assessments of ADD/HD, anxiety, and mood disorders, affiliated with Brain Matters, Inc.  Until this appointment, in Boulder and Denver he had specialized in managing pain and health problems, stress, anger, depression, driving and other anxieties, injury, TMJ, trauma, and sleep problems.  He uses state-of-the-art biofeedback including monitors for breathing and heart rate (rate, variability, and spectral analysis).  He has a book in process that includes this information and its significance for understanding our mind-body system.

Dr. Whitehouse is also a consultant and speaker on biofeedback, stress, pain, evolving human potentials, and insurance and legislative issues, having chaired Insurance, Legislative, and Coding Issues committees and been on the Board of Directors for the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB).  Along with four other leaders in biofeedback, he recently gave a Congressional Briefing and presented at a Science Forum for policy makers in Washington, DC.


Carol Kauffman, PhD ABPP is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Harvard Medical School, Department of Psychiatry where she has taught and supervised psychologists and physicians for over twenty years.   She has engaged in over 30,000 one-on-one coaching and clinical sessions with clients from all walks of life. Her approaches have helped the severely challenged, trauma survivors, healthy adults in sudden life transitions as well as peak performing athletes, artists, executives and heads of organizations. She is American Board Certified and holds a Diploma in Professional Psychology.

Dr. Kauffman lectures internationally on Optimal Performance, Coaching and Positive Psychology and is a regular speaker at the American Psychology Association, International Coach Federation and other International Summits. She is on the editorial board of various international journals and has been quoted regularly on issues related to stress and optimal performance in: The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Time Magazine and dozens of national magazines ranging from Self, Working Mother, Family Circle, to Men's Health and Prevention Magazine.

Currently Dr. Kauffman is the Founding Director of the Coaching Psychology Institute, the first coaching program to be sponsored by Harvard Medical School. Its mission is to create national training programs to teach health providers how to coach clients on lifestyle management and wellness.  She is also an advisor to the Life Style Management Institute at Harvard, specializing in coaching physicians, she also trains coaches at: Wellcoaches Inc. and the Institute of Life Coach Training.


Dianne R. Stober, Ph.D. is on the faculty of the Organizational Management and Development master’s program at Fielding Graduate University.  She also teaches in Fielding’s Evidence-Based Coaching Certificate Program.  As a contributor to the development of coaching as a profession, she has presented and published her work in a variety of scholarly and professional venues such as the American Psychological Association, the International Coach Federation, the Professional Coach and Mentor Association, the Australian Evidence-Based Coaching Conference, and the International Journal of Coaching in Organizations. She is on the Editorial Board of the International Coaching Psychology Review and the International Journal of Evidence-Based Coaching and Mentoring. 

In addition, Dianne maintains an active coaching practice working with a diverse range of individuals and organizations.  She has found coaching to be a fruitful application of her longstanding interests in leveraging people’s strengths, capitalizing on our many differences, and in developing people’s inherent potentials.

Dianne received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Georgia State University, completed her internship at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, and a postdoctoral fellowship at Emory University. 

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