Gregg Sledziewski has been researching and developing techniques for the advancement of Brain Health and more specifically, Brain Map guided neurofeedback since 2012. At the Brain Wave Center he is building a team of leading physicians, psychotherapists, specialists and thought leaders to provide the highest quality most advanced care neuroscience has to offer.
In 2007, in response to the health care crisis, Gregg took on an extensive research initiative to develop and establish an entity that would provide unbiased information and health care services to those looking to supplement their present health providers. This led to the founding of 1 Health Place International, where Members could find answers to conflicting and often contradictory health information, allowing clients to take responsibility for their own health with state-of-the-art knowledge and resources.
In 2012, Gregg came across neurofeedback and through research and personal experience, decided to pursue the establishment of a local Neurofeedback Clinic widely known as The Brain Wave Center. Since then, The Brain Wave Center is established in three locations, Sarasota, Bradenton and Lakeland, Florida. Presently, The Brain Wave Center is involved in several research projects and pilot programs to substantiate the effectiveness of neurofeedback as an adjunct modality for children who meet the criteria for Autism Spectrum Disorder, adults with trauma and many more populations within the community. He works closely with 501c charity organizations to ensure all children with special needs are able to have the ability to benefit from neurofeedback regardless of their families’ financial situation.
Gregg is a warm, compassionate executive that personally meets with each new client during the initial consultation to help assess the client’s individual needs, match them with one of the expert clinicians on staff, and devise a treatment plan.
Career and Background
Gregg’s path to leadership is documented with credentials from world-class academic institutions such as Binghamton University (BS) and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (MBA), and professionally with FIMC, Assurant Group Consumer Services, Garden Way, Inc. and ECG Consulting Group, Inc. His practical innovative spirit combined with strong analytical and relationship building skills has resulted in a solid talent for transitioning strategy into action and achievement. Over his many years of leadership experience, Gregg has proven his ability to manage people and resources to achieve specific objectives and results.
From the beginning of his career he has worked on a variety of advanced technology products such as energy systems, including photovoltaics, and early ATM process design. Present research includes advancements in brain health including autism spectrum disorder, infrared, entrainment and neurofeedback. Contemporary topics include the effectiveness of CBD, stem cells, brain stimulation techniques, and nutraceuticals. He has always sought to be the vanguard of practical application of advancing research. Gregg can frequently be seen and quoted in the local news and media and is often called upon to make appearances on local news networks and for his expert opinion.