Dr Roy Sugarman - Neuroscience Advisor
Dr Roy Sugarman is Director: Neuroscience for LifeIQ International and SeventeenHundred, part of the Mobecom Group, helping develop mobile platforms that engage and retain users in healthy behaviours that benefit both mind and body, drawing on motivational science and his unique Neuroscience Model derived from this.
He is a Member of the Australian Psychological Society's Colleges of Clinical Neuropsychologists and Clinical Psychologists, of the Royal Charter of Psychologists in the UK, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and Member of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Neuropsychology, and Faculty of Paediatric Neuropsychology, and the American Psychological Association.
He has had input into major corporations' corporate health including programs at IBM, Intel, Sheraton, Walgreens, Cisco, Sony, SAP, Wesfarmers, Google, Johnson and Johnson, United Health Group, Union Pacific Railroads, and others, historically including Aviva and Singapore Armed Forces, Sun Life in Manila and Orix in Japan, FWD worldwide.
Dr Sugarman's clinical work continues in traumatic brain injury, mood and anxiety disorders in children and adults, and he serves as a Clinical Lecturer in Psychiatry at UNSW, assisting with the assessment of candidates for medicine. With numerous publications, Dr Sugarman has developed an integrated approach to achieving peak performance in both body and brain which is internationally recognized as being the current state of the art in both rehabilitation and peak performance circles: his work was showcased in the well received TV series, Body and Brain Overall on OneHD and Channel 10. His online program "The neuroscience of Peak Performance", produced by EXOS Presents in the USA, is highly commended. He has contributed to other EXOS Works presentations promoting best practice in professional coaching circles.
Dr Sugarman works with individuals from his practice in Rose Bay, Australia with both clinical clients as well as high level executives and sporting bodies, building resilience through his integrated approach to body-brain optimization. He is currently working with Jungshin Martial Arts in San Francisco, bringing this sport to the world.
“Social Health Innovations and Looper are providing the best approach to suicide prevention I have ever seen: while the emphasis so far has been on professional intervention, the absolute value of those in the loop around us has never been galvanised so efficiently and meaningfully. SHI are changing the desperate face of helplessness and hopelessness with help and hope”
You can learn more about him here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/roy-sugarman-6779a1102/