Dr. Curtis Cripe - Therapeutic Systems
Throughout his career in neuroengineering, Curtis Cripe has employed technology and biofeedback processes to address a variety of psychological and neurological challenges. He has developed programs that provide neural rehabilitation through language development, conceptualization, auditory processing, and brain maturation. Currently a neuroengineer in behavioral medicine with the NTL Group in Scottsdale, Arizona, Dr. Curtis Cripe has also created and administered therapeutic systems as founder of the Crossroads Institute. Curtis Cripe also possesses a diverse and accomplished background as an aerospace engineer. In an early career role with the Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) as a senior systems engineer, he contributed to the first landing on Mars as well as several exploratory missions to all planets in the solar system save Pluto. Also a former supervisor with TRW, Inc., he collaborated extensively with the Department of Defense. He holds a bachelor of science in aerospace engineering from California State Polytechnic University, where he also earned his graduate degree in the same field. Dr. Cripe also holds a doctorate and a master's degree in health psychology and behavioral medicine and has authored both peer-reviewed journal articles and textbook chapters.