For more than a decade, Dallas Brain Coach has been creating programs utilizing a proven scientific method and the latest Brain Training software. These specialized programs boost the brain’s learning potential for all types of learners.

Mary focuses on the individual. That is why private training, conducted in a one-on-one environment, is ideal for success with the program. Mary has watched her clients – from those with ADD/ADHD, to those with learning disabilities, to struggling college students and adults – excel through proper brain training techniques.

Mary’s mission is to help her clients strengthen core thinking abilities in order to become more successful in school and in life.

I can’t say enough good things about the services provided and would highly recommend this Brain Training Program to anyone with learning difficulties.
Mother of two daughters, HIghland Park, TX
Cognitive training helped both of our children to cut through the noise and get their tasks done. They are getting more out of school now and having more fun doing it.
Eric M., Plano, TX
From the time he first began seeing Mary, our son was excited to do the training. Even two years later, he is always happy to see her and upbeat about furthering his improvement.
Wendy and David, Dallas, TX

About Mary Goodenow, M.Ed.


Nationally Certified Educational Diagnostician
Registered Professional Educational Diagnostician
Advanced Certified Brain Trainer

Mary received her Bachelor of Science in Education from Lamar University with a minor in Special Education and Masters of Education from the University of North Texas specializing in Reading.  She is a certified Educational Diagnostician, Reading/Learning Disability Specialist and has Advanced Certification in Brain Training. Mary has over 30 years’ experience as a Diagnostician, Reading/Learning Disability Specialist and classroom teacher.

For the past 10 years, Mary has focused on providing Brain Training and Psychoeducational Evaluations.  She specializes in working with children, adolescents, college students, and adults in the areas of ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia, Learning Disabilities, Auditory and Visual Processing Disorders, Brain Injuries and all academic and work related challenges.

Mary is active in the community and professionally having served as an officer on two boards: the Association for Independent Living (AFIL), a group home located in Dallas for mentally challenged adults, and the Dal-Metro Chapter of the Texas Educational Diagnosticians Association. She has professional affiliations with: CEC, CEDS, NCED, TPED, TEDA, LDA, IDA and CHADD.

Mary lives in Dallas with her husband, George, and son, LG.  In her free time, Mary enjoys family activities, reading, photography, traveling and the Visual and Performing Arts.