Dr. Curtis Cripe - Founder Crossroads Institute

Curtis Cripe, Ph.D., works as a neuroengineer with a focus in behavioral medicine at NTL Group, Inc., a Scottsdale, Arizona, firm. He previously founded Crossroads Institute, a multi-state, multi-site network of professionally licensed health professionals that treat children through adults who are seeking solutions to increase focus, memory, and sensory processing. During his tenure with Crossroads Institute, Curtis Cripe led a team that used brain neuro-imaging techniques and his proprietary NeuroGeniSys biosocial healing model to treat or lessen a wide range of behavioral and mental disorders and conditions, including dyslexia, depression/anxiety, and addiction. Dr. Curtis Cripe earned a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering and a master’s degree in engineering, both from California State Polytechnic University, before pursuing a career in behavioral health. In the mid-1990s, he conducted graduate work in psychology and psychophysiology at Saybrook Institute (now Saybrook University). He obtained his master’s in health psychology and behavioral medicine from Northcentral University, followed by his doctorate degree in the same discipline from Northcentral University. Dr. Curtis Cripe’s achievements outside of business and academia include authoring several peer-reviewed articles. He also wrote chapters in the books The Healing Power of Neurofeedback (2006) and Psychology's New Design Science: Theory and Research (2014).