Dr. Tracey Meyers is a seasoned clinical neuropsychologist at Synapticure, leveraging over 25 years of experience in brain injury, neurodegeneration, and mental health, and is a published author and leader in integrative wellness practices like yoga and mindfulness.Request Appointment
University of Miami - Jackson Memorial Medical Center (Neuropsychology/Geropsychology)
Graduate - Florida Tech
Undergraduate - Skidmore College
St. Francis Hospital, Hartford, CT
The Rehabilitation Hospital of Connecticut - Hartford, CT
Dr. Tracey Meyers joined Synapticure in 2023, providing psychotherapy and neuropsychology services to patients and their families. She is a clinical neuropsychologist with over 25 years of experience working in with people living with traumatic brain injury and stroke along with other neurodegenerative disorders. She also has worked extensively with people living with mental health and addictions challenges in psychiatric clinics and hospital settings. In addition to her neuropsychological assessment and psychotherapy experience, Dr. Meyers has a strong commitment to integrative medicine for mental health and wellness and leads mindfulness and yoga programs for groups, individuals, and professionals in the workplace.
Dr. Meyers graduated from Skidmore College in 1992 and completed her doctorate in clinical psychology from Florida Tech in 1997. She completed her internship in neuropsychology at the Miami VA and her postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology and geropsychology at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center.
She is a member of the American Psychological Association, the National Association of Neuropsychology, the International Neuropsychological Society, and the National Register of Healthcare Providers in Psychology. In addition, she is an advanced yoga teacher, certified C-IAYT yoga therapist, MBSR and Mindful self-compassion instructor, Breath-Body-Mind teacher, and iRest teacher.
Dr. Meyers has authored several publications and book chapters around neuropsychological assessment, autism spectrum disorders, behavioral treatment for different mental health conditions, yoga for addiction, and has written a book on yoga and mental health, Yin Yoga Therapy (Singing Dragon, 2022).
Meyers, T. (2022). Yin Yoga Therapy and Mental Health. Singing Dragon: London.
Meyers, T. (2021). Relationships in Yoga Therapy: Developing Collaboration within a healing presence. In Yoga Therapy Foundations, Tools, and Practice edited by Laurie Hyland Robertson and Diane Finlayson. Singing Dragon: London.
Meyers-Sondik, T.M.. (2019). Pain, Addiction, and Yoga. In Yoga and Science in Pain Care: Treating the Person in Pain edited by Neil Pearson, Shelly Prosko, Marlysa Sullivan, Jessica Kingsley: London.
Tolisano, P, Meyers-Sondik, T.M, Dike, C, (2017). A positive behavioral approach for aggression in forensic psychiatric settings. The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 45 (vol 1); p.31-39.
Meyers-Sondik, T.M. (2016). Positive Behavioral Supports for Managing Violence Risk in an Inpatient Forensic Setting. In Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology Practice: Bearing Witness to Change edited by Drs. Ezra Griffith, Michael Norko, Alec Buchanan, Madelon Baranoski and Howard Zoana, CRC Press: London.
Matuskey, D & Meyers-Sondik, T.M. (2014) Case Report: Memory reconsolidation paradigm to treat aggression and self-injurious behaviors. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology (vol 35) p. 1-2.
Hillbrand, M.& Meyers-Sondik, T.M. (2012) Commentary: Treatment and Violence Risk Mitigation in High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Individuals. The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 40 (vol 2); p.191-192.
Gass, C.G., Luis, C.A., Meyers, T.L., and Kuljis, R. (1998). Familial Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease: A Neuropsychological Case Study. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. 15 (2), 165-175.
Peake, T.H., Meyers, T.L., & Duenke, S. (1997). Options for brief psychotherapy: Cognitive and psychodynamic variations. Journal of Mental Health 6 ( 3) 217-235.