Hi, I’m Chloe. I’m a freelance writer and editor, and complete hedonist - I love to travel, learn, and experience new things.
In 2002, I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Studies, where I had focused on nutrition, health promotion, physiology, and anatomy topics, which stimulated the values I placed on healthy living.
I am also particularly interested in the human mind, human relationships, and culture, as well as the dynamism that manifests out of the intermingling of these concepts.
Before my journey into higher education, I took 2 years of psychology at the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma level where I studied the
socio-culture, cognitive, and biological levels of psychology very closely.
I was fascinated with the multi-faceted core of the subject and continued to seek out more knowledge on the human mind even after finishing my diploma.
During my teen years, I struggled with back pain due to scoliosis, as well as a three-year depressive period, which sparked my interest in neurostimulation.
Because I had learned that all functions of the brain (thought, emotion, and coordination) were influenced by electrical processes, I was able to think about my issues more logically and in a novel way after the severity of my struggles had begun to fade. I believe that experimenting with ways to improve the lives of individuals with mental conditions and chronic pain both holistically and scientifically is important in how we approach acute/chronic pain and mental health.
Much focus is placed on holistic and social methods to alleviate these issues, and not enough is placed on cognitive and biological aspects - the solution lies in a combination.
If you have any questions for me about my experience or about a particular tDCS device, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.