Meet Our Clinical Team
An Integrated Team
After 29 years in the same Mill Valley location, we continue to enjoy learning how to be better healers in our practice. We now combine neurotherapy with neurotransmitter and medication DNA testing, counseling, nutrition, positive psychology, and meditation techniques. We have an onsite psychiatrist, Dr. Zachary Torry, MD who helps patients identify unnecessary medications, and we connect clients with effective professionals for individually tailored services like chiropractic treatment, speech therapy, nutrition coaching, and meditation retreats.
Grant Rudolph, MA, MFT
Co-Director of Echo Rock Neurotherapy
As a meditation practitioner of 40 years, Grant Rudolph immediately recognized the mind states produced by Low Energy Neurofeedback as very similar to what happens after a long silent retreat: people get clear, present in the moment, contented, aware of bodily sensations, confident, and resilient through the ups and downs of life. His training in traditional Jungian archetypes and Buddhist practice techniques provides structure and a foundation for his current work with Neurofeedback. Grant has had a wide spanning career including work with Addiction patients at Alta Mira Recovery Center, as a founding member of Spirit Rock Meditation Center and as an early member of San Francisco Transformative Technology Meet-Up. Grant Rudolph has directed Echo Rock Therapy Center since 1986. Grant has taught at the California Institute of Integral Studies, College of the Redwoods, and JFK University.
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Victoria Vogel, MA, MFT
Co-Director of Echo Rock Neurotherapy
Victoria has over 25 years experience counseling couples, adults, and teens, using a holistic Body-Mind-Spirit orientation. The cornerstone of her work is the warm connection she has with people. As a seasoned therapist, she is skilled with a variety of therapeutic tools and situations including Insight (LENS) neurofeedback and EMDR for PTSD in addition to psychotherapy and meditation practices. Over the years Victoria is humbled to have saved many marriages and has been especially successful with lonely people who seek partnership. Sitting has been Victoria’s practice since 1978–and she has attended dozens of extended retreats and family retreats. Victoria is a graduate of the Dedicated Practitioners Program at Spirit Rock and has studied Advaita Vedanta, Tai Chi, QiGong, Yoga, and Zen. Victoria holds master’s degree in Transpersonal Counseling and her skills were honed at Langley Porter Children’s Hospital, at the University of California, San Francisco. Victoria’s postgraduate training includes 12 years of Masterson group consultations. She has been a part of the CHADD International ADHD Parent Support Group for 10 years and she is a member of the California Marriage and Family Association.
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Zachary Torry, MD
Dr. Torry practices Integrative Psychiatry with his patients. His years of clinical training and practice in Integrative Psychiatry allow him to help patients using advanced pharmacology and holistic and humanistic psychotherapy. His specific areas of interest include the diagnosis and treatment of major mood disorders (Depression and Bipolar Disorders), anxiety disorders (Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic, Social Anxiety, OCD, and PTSD), Postpartum Anxiety and Depression, Adult ADHD, Schizophrenia, and medical conditions with psychiatric involvement. Dr. Torry is Board Certified in both Psychiatry and Forensic Psychiatry. He completed his Psychiatry residency training at St. Vincent’s Hospital of New York Medical College in New York City, where he served as Chief Resident. Dr. Torry is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Pursuing his interest in medical-legal issues, Dr. Torry completed the prestigious Fellowship in Forensic Psychiatry at the University Of Pennsylvania.
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Scott Jordan, CYT
Yoga and Meditation Instructor
Jordan began his lifelong study in yoga and mindfulness meditation in 1970. After graduating from Florida State University in 1973, he moved to Los Angeles where he studied Soto Zen Buddhism and Vipassana with Ruth Dennison and Robert Hover. He received a California State Teaching Credential in 1977 in the San Francisco Bay area where he taught yoga at Cañada College and in community centers. He continued his meditation studies with Nani Bala Barua, Shri Munindra-Ji, Joseph Goldstein, and other leading meditation teachers. In 1978 Jordan was a founding board member of the Theravada Buddhist Society of America and publisher of its newsletter. He studied Buddhist psychology, meditation, and the Pali language with the Venerable Sayadaw U Silananda, until his passing in 2005. In his travels, Jordan studied yoga and Buddhism in India, trekked the Himalayas, and lived several years in the Middle East. He is a certified RYT 500 yoga teacher and the former publisher of Polipoint Press in Sausalito. He continues to practice meditation and study Buddhist suttas and history with the Venerable Bhante Vimalaramsi, abbot of Dhamma Sukha Meditation Center. His workshops and talks are open to the public in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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