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Dr. Michael Cofield is a Diplomate in Clinical Health Psychology with the American Board of Professional Psychology, and is a Fellow with the American Academy of Clinical Health Psychology. He has been a leader in the fields of Behavioral Medicine and Employee Counseling and served as the Director of Behavioral Medicine for two Phoenix area medical centers for over 25 years; was an adjunct research scientist in the area of Alzheimer’s disease and related neuropsychological disorders; and holds Associate Fellow status in Cognitive-Behavioral/Rational psychotherapy.
In addition, he is a member of the American Psychological Association, National Academy of Neuropsychology and Society for Behavioral Medicine. Dr. Cofield is also a consultant, keynote speaker, former martial arts instructor and competitor, and instrument rated private pilot.
Mary Ann Zimmerman, MC, LPC, LISAC is an award-winning business professional with more than 18 years of consulting experience with a focus extending across family business, health care, geriatrics, and governmental contracting. She is the Managing Director at Mindability, and is a skilled consultant/facilitator working with individuals and organizations to improve their communication dynamics.
Ms. Zimmerman has been a Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) surveyor, and has traveled throughout the U.S. to evaluate and accredit agencies that fall under state and federal purview. In addition, Ms Zimmerman has a strong background in emotional intelligence consulting, and is an instrument rated private pilot, business executive and entrepreneur.
Built on forty five years of industry experience, Mindability programs have been successfully used by leading hospitals, mental health centers, government agencies, and individuals ranging from college students to mature adults.
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