At Unique Mindcare we provide services and counseling that can help individuals effectively use their own resources to promote self-understanding and stable health.
Mark White, a successful Entrepreneur and Business Consultant for over 20 years, specializes in creating financial stability with efficient management and distribution systems supported with brand relationships. In 2008, Mark began focusing his business interests on the evolving healthcare industry; specifically, the void in efficacious mental health treatment. Mark realized this void would be filled with emerging technologies that concentrated on the health of the brain; and began directing his efforts on understanding all aspects of this new industry and it’s divergence from current healthcare models. In 2009, Mark created IIcom Strategic Inc. (IIcom) a consulting and acquisition group specializing in health care technology distribution models at the clinical-level. The first project of IIcom was the creation of a brain health center named “Unique Mind Care” in Houston, Texas. Mark’s team has developed a reputation for successfully designing and introducing effective and innovative healthcare clinic models utilizing EEG and Neurostimulation treatments and diagnostics. Mark White is an experienced and well-respected international trainer and presenter on the subject of “Brain Based Health” and “Brain Based Recovery”, he is also considered a thought leader in the application of brain stimulation in addiction treatment. Mark has made appearances on prominent news programs and web-media casts, promoting the efficacy of electrical brain stimulation as a form of drug-free treatment for various health issues.
Mark’s recent creation of clinical models utilizing the new Nexalin Technology and Neurotherapy has positioned Unique Mindcare as the forerunner nationally for all consulting aspects related to the use of these two therapies in a clinical application. Furthermore, iiCOM Strategic LLC, UMC’s sister-division, is expert at tailoring proposed Nexalin Technology clinical models for equipment installation and training, as well as post-implementation support.
Dominic Diloreto attended the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where he began working with EEG and Cortisol as mechanisms of measuring behavior. Dominic graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology. He then accepted a Graduate Teaching Assistant position with the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in their Experimental Psychology department. There he contributed to over 10 poster presentations, a number of publications, and several papers being prepared for publication under Drs. Cannon and Baldwin. Dominic won a student travel award for his oral presentation at the ISNR conference in 2011, and was featured in the student issue of Neuroconnections magazine to highlight up and coming student researchers (Fall 2012).
In the four years working with EEG and biopsychology, Dominic accumulated over 2500 lab hours collecting data for experiments, working with participants, working on papers and presentations, and analyzing statistics. He graduated in August 2013 with a Masters of Arts degree in Experimental Psychology.
Nina Coplin has worked with Dr. White as Office Manager since 2003. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Economics and over ten years experience in Program Development, Marketing and Executive Support. Nina has worked in both the public and private sectors including a grassroots program that won an UNESCO award. She has served in committees convened by international agencies such as the United Nations and the International Labour Organization.