Alexandra Linardakis, RN, BCN

Alexandra Linardakis

Alexandra Linardakis, RN, BCN

Alexandra Linardakis, RN, BCN is the Principal Practitioner at TetraLexRN. Having founded the company in 2014, Alexandra works to clarify, simplify, and better the lives of her patients.

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I have been working in the biofeedback field for more than 10 years. First I trained in the LENS, low energy neurofeedback system. From there I learned about operant conditioning; EEG biofeedback, HeartMath (heart rate variability biofeedback), IM (interactive metronome) & HEG (hemoencephalography).

Once I had the ability to record 19 channel EEGs and generate normative brain maps I learned how to do z-score training, & ILF (infra-low fluctuation training).

In 2008, I began going to school to become a registered nurse as it was becoming evident that the field of biofeedback can be a bridge between mental & medical health.

In 2008 I also began using the pEMF (pulsed electro-magnetic field) treatment known as Neurofield. Although my practice at TetraNeuroNet is an integrated one; Neurofield is the primary modality I work with.

Part of being a good neurotherapist involves seeing your client and assessing which modalities would best suit their needs and goals. Often times an integrative approach works the best, drawing on a variety of modalities as a client grows and changes. With some clients I will do a series of one type of neurotherapy that is passive that gets them to a certain point in their development and then they are ready to go to the next level with braintraining. I have many tools that I am skilled in using to chose from. The fields of low energy stimulation and biofeedback are expanding very rapidly and I go to various trainings & conferences throughout each year.

I have been working part-time as an RN on an acute mental health unit for Health Alliance of the Hudson Valley in Kingston, New York for more than 3 years. Additionally, I have begun to work part-time at Riverview Psychiatric Medicine in Poughkeepsie, NY recording EEGs and doing neurotherapy & braintraining

In November 2015, I became board certified in neurofeedback by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA). Most recently, in July of 2016, I became certified by Neuronetics in TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation).

I began studying martial arts at the age of 15 and then dance at the age of 20. Movement has been a core passion in my life. It is easy for me to see the movement arts as another sort of braintraining. (see the book Spark) I initiated a dance program at a school for special needs and continue to study dance and movement therapy. In October of 2015, I began training with the Svetlana Masgutova Educational Institute for Neuro-Sensory-Motor and Reflex Integration, LLC. I successfully completed my first course in MNRI Tactile Integration and await the next opportunity to learn this important work.

I have a bachelors degree in Anthropology. Learning about cultural variability allowed me to see a wide beauty and deep diversity through the concepts of structure and function. This concept has carried over into biofeedback, neurodiversity, and my drive towards facilitating the optimization of each individual I work with.

Ideally, I see my role as helping people learn more about themselves and how to modulate their behavior. For a client, receiving objective real-time feedback during training is validating and empowering. For myself, as a neurotherapist, it is fun and rewarding.


  • Board Certified in Biofeedback
  • Neuronetics Certified in TMS
  • Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider
  • NYS Registered Nurse


  • Northeast Regional Biofeedback Society (NRBS) Board Member
  • Applied Association Psychophysiology & Biofeedback (AAPB) Affiliate Member
  • American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA) Affiliate Member
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