Ellen Wang, MS, AADP

Neurofeedback and TMS Specialist
Nutrition Counselor

Marlton, NJ

Ellen Wang is a neurofeedback therapist, TMS specialist and nutrition counselor. As a key member of the integrative mental health program led by Dr. Yang, Ellen provides cutting edge brain training and neuro-stimulation methods along with diet and lifestyle modifications, in helping patients to achieve health and happiness. She is also a certified health coach with a focus on nutrition, specializing in food for mood and brain optimization.

Ellen is a graduate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York, and is a member of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She has a M.S. in Analytical Chemistry from Drexel University. She has extensive expertise in both classic and advanced neurofeedback such as Z Score, s-Loreta and Infraslow, as well as TMS for brain stimulation.

In her free time, Ellen enjoys meditation and reading up on brain and nutrition related topics.


“ For my treatment, I received TMS and Neurofeedback three times a week conducted by the very experienced and knowledgeable Ellen. Coming out of depression is no easy task and no one should have to do it alone. Ellen’s patience, kindness and professionalism made me feel like I was in good hands even in my most hopeless state.

As I write this note and think back to my 4-week intensive treatment at Yang Institute, I can’t help but smile – TMS, Neurofeedback, and my therapy sessions with Dr. Yang have been highly effective and I have come a long way in my recovery. I am grateful to have found Yang Institute.“
– AZ 

“TMS was my last hope and all the people at Yang made me feel very comfortable during my treatment. I’ve made almost a full recovery and am beyond pleased with the care I have received. My mood, mentality and everything changed to a much more positive feeling. I feel very confident and much happier now. I now can finally see myself serving a good purpose.”
– Rachel

“By the completion of his 30 sessions of TMS, John was in complete remission. His depression scale test (PHQ-9) came down to 1 from 9 and his anxiety scale test (GAD -7) came down to 3 from 9. He resumed his schedule of 3 days a week of golf game and is fully enjoying his retirement life.”
– John