The Team

F. Lanier Fly, D. Min, LMFT
Dr. Fly has practiced individual, marital, and family therapy in Newport News since 1985. He is an approved supervisor for the AAMFT and a former Virginia Division President. He is a graduate of the US Military Academy at West Point and a retired Army Chaplain. He trains and supervises interns and residents in Neurofeedback for the BCIA and is certified in neurotherapy by the NBCB. He is an EEG Affiliate and has practiced NFB since 1998. He has conducted over 300 workshops and seminars in organizational development, stress management, and marriage and family life throughout the country.


David R. Fly, M.S.
Dr. Fly's son, David, performs 19-channel qEEG assessments and trains our masters-degree interns in the theoretical and practical aspects of neurofeedback. A graduate of James Madison University, David is working toward completing his dissertation for a PhD in clinical psychology from Fuller Seminary. He has completed both basic and advanced courses in neurofeedback, and has helped present at several neurofeedback training courses.





Kristen Fly, LMFT
Kristen is a licensed marriage and family therapist who has worked in a range of clinical settings with parents, children, families, and individual adults since 2004. She has particular experience in supporting parents whose children experieince emotional or behavioral symptoms, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, and attachment-related difficulties. She has also worked with adults desiring support for challenges including anxiety, depression, trauma, anger management, addiction and life-stage transitions. In addition, she has provided couples counseling for relationships at various stages of adaptation and adjustment. Kristen completed her M.S.M.F.T. degree at Fuller Theological Seminary and is a current clinical menber of AAMFT. She has completed multiple trainings in neurofeedback, performs 19-channel qEEG assessments and brain-training, and has provided neurofeedback for clients since 2010.





Dena Proctor, LPN
Dena is an experienced neurotherapy technician, having worked in this office for five years and received extensive training from EEG Spectrum, the EEG Institute, Brownback, Mason and Associates, Brainmaster and attending two ISNR conferences. She is also certified in the Listening Program. Dena has been and LPN since 1982, serving as an office manager and lab technician in a physician's office for 12 years previously.


St. George T. Lee, MD, MA
Dr. Lee initially practiced medicine as a cardiologist. Since retiring from that practice, he has practiced group and individual therapy for ten years, having received an MA in counseling psychology. He specializes in the treatment of individuals with sexual addiction and of those in relationship with sexual addicts. He uses Neurofeedback as an advised adjunct to his practice. He is BCIA certified and CSAT certified (certified sexual addiction therapist). He is author of the book Light in the Darkness: A Guide to Recovery.