Mirjana Askovic is a senior psychologist and BCIA-A certified QEEG Diplomate and neurofeedback practitioner who uses an integrated, neuroscience-based approach to psychotherapy. Since 2001 she has been a clinician at the NSW Services for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors (STARTTS). Mirjana is currently Neurofeedback Program Coordinator at STARTTS and a Director for the Australian Neurofeedback Institute (ANFI). Neurofeedback Program was established in 2007 to help clients with chronic, complex PTSD learn to regulate their physiological states to support their emotional, cognitive, and social rehabilitation. Recently, Mirjana was given a task to lead the Australian Neurofeedback Institute as part of STARTTS program that specialises in provision of neurofeedback training and mentoring. Mirjana is a PhD candidate with the Discipline of Psychiatry at the University of Sydney. Her research is focused on the examination of the mechanisms and efficacy of neurofeedback in reducing symptoms of PTSD in traumatised refugees. Mirjana is a regular national and international conference presenter and trainer and is the author of multiple publications on the integration of neurofeedback in working with trauma survivors. For her contribution to the field of applied neuroscience in Australia, Mirjana was awarded ANSA Fellowship in 2017.