Genomary Krigbaum, Psy.D.


Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback


Genomary Krigbaum, Psy.D.

Grand Canyon University; Independent Practice

"Individualized Medicine with No Side Effects? It’s Already Here"

Dr. Krigbaum’s major research contributions include monitoring 19-channels z-scores treatment progression and clinical outcomes. In these times of metrics and the need for reliable information on patient/client improvement, this method provides a mechanism to quantitatively monitor treatment progression of QEEG metrics, which can be triangulated with clinical outcome measures. She is currently researching factors in the transition of career military personnel to the civilian workforce.

Dr. Krigbaum is very active in the community through peer-reviewing publications, giving conference presentations, training other clinicians, and continuing to support/inform the work of clinicians through consultations. She is also the official moderator of the Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback listserv.

Dr. Krigbaum’s earned her PsyD in clinical psychology at the Arizona School of Professional Psychology, after beginning her education in the Dominican Republic. She continued her post-doctoral work at Arizona State University Counseling Services. Dr. Krigbaum is an affiliate faculty at Grand Canyon University and maintains an independent consultative practice.