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Team Imagine X

  • Meet Jenny!
    Jenny is the Executive Coordinator at Imagine X Functional Neurology. She is a local Santa Barbarian who received her B.A. in Studio Art with an emphasis in Graphic Design in 2012 from Westmont College. Jenny has a passion for the arts and people. She loves to volunteer in the community and is on the board for local non-profit, a group devoted to raising money for local veterans programs. Jenny enjoys being with family and friends, cooking, and hiking. She will be the first person you talk to on the phone and the first face you see when you walk into our office. She will take care of scheduling your appointments, as well as managing financial arrangements. Jenny has a fun, vibrant personality and enjoys getting to know each patient on a personal level. She would be happy to answer any questions you may have, so feel free to email her at [email protected] or call 805-962-1988.
  • Meet Rachel
    Rachel is the Director of Health Education & Development and an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach at Imagine X Functional Neurology. Born and raised in Southern California, she graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with Bachelors degrees in Communication and Psychology, as well as a minor in Education & Applied Psychology. She completed her INHC in the years following. With over seven years of experience in education and behavioral and integrative health, Rachel is passionate about helping others, spreading ideas and inspiring action regarding functional, holistic health. She enjoys giving back to the Santa Barbara community and assists in event coordination and marketing as a board member for The Association for Women in Communications. Rachel loves taking part in outdoor adventures and making the most of all of her experiences in Santa Barbara. She has a compassionate and outgoing personality. You will likely find Rachel at events and out in the community on a daily basis. She would love to connect with you regarding any event or health education ideas for Imagine X. You can email her at [email protected] or call 949-813-9503.
  • Meet Mallory!
    Mallory is the Executive Director for Imagine X Functional Neurology and wife of Dr. Adam Harcourt. She and Dr. Harcourt welcomed their beautiful son, Branson, into the world in May of 2016. She graduated from the University of Pittsburgh as a Dental Hygienist, and practiced Dental Hygiene for 9 years. She enjoyed her work, but loved the business aspect of working in a private medical practice even more. This is what led her to become the full-time Executive Director for Imagine X. Mallory oversees all things Imagine X and is happy to help with any questions you may have. Feel free to email her at [email protected]
  • Meet Katie!
    Katie is one of the amazing Therapeutic Assistants on Team Imagine X! Katie grew up in the Santa Ynez Valley and received a degree in Kinesiology, with an emphasis in Exercise Science and Therapeutic Rehabilitation from Cal State Sacramento. Most of her experience has been in a Physical Therapy setting, so she is very excited to expand her learning into Functional Neurology! For the past few years, she has worked as a Behavioral Therapist, helping both children and adults with Autism. She also does massage and bodywork, and plans to get her personal training certificate. She is an awesome person with a positive attitude, loves working with people, while helping them achieve their goals. We couldn't be more thrilled to have her on our team!

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  • "A great practice. Caring, helpful, knowledgeable and when I'm there, I feel like I'm the only one that matters. I highly recommend going in for a consultation with anything that might be bothering you. You'll be glad you did!*"
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