NeuroLink Institute helps individuals and organizations achieve their goals. By aligning thoughts, feelings, and actions, powerful possibilities are unleashed.
Founder of NeuroLink Institute, Dr. Esmilda Abreu received her master's degree in Psychology, her doctorate in Organization and Management, and focuses her research on leadership, corporate culture, and mentoring.
NeuroLink Institute helps individuals and organizations achieve their goals. By aligning thoughts, feelings, and actions, powerful possibilities are unleashed. The work done at NeuroLink Institute draws upon four core disciplines—business management, organizational development, cognitive psychology, and neuroscience. Through a business management lens, we help clients learn and implement best practices in their business and personal lives, including strategic planning, operational analysis, financial optimization, and communication efforts. Organizational development is used to guide successful organizational change and improve performance. Cognitive psychology is used to help clients adjust their mental processes to enhance attention, motivation, problem solving, creativity, and critical thinking. New findings in neuroscience, the study of the links between the brain and nervous system and human performance, are also harnessed to promote positive change. Each of these disciplines is used to help clients’ align thoughts, feelings, and actions for enhancing outcomes.
DR. ESMILDA ABREU
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Esmilda Abreu
Founder of NeuroLink Institute, Dr. Esmilda Abreu received her master's degree in Psychology, her doctorate in Organization and Management, and focuses her research on leadership, corporate culture, and mentoring. She teaches at Montclair State University as core faculty in the MBA program of the School of Business. Dr. Abreu received Governor Whitman’s Pride Award for working with diverse populations. She established the Bias Response Taskforce for Montclair State University and served as Co-Chair of their Mentoring Committee on the Presidential Commission of Affirmative Action and Diversity. Dr. Abreu is a Board Member of the Mental Health Clinic of Passaic, serves on the Alliance for Arts and Health New Jersey Steering Committee, and is a founding member of North Jersey GLSEN. Dr. Abreu has trained a wide variety of not-for-profit organizations including the Linda and Rudy Slucker Center, ACE-Network, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Athena Collaborative Group, American Conference of Diversity, and Latino Psychological Association. Formerly, Dr. Abreu served as Director of Equity and Diversity at Montclair State University, Executive Director of Women’s Rights Information Center, and she is now Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs at Pratt Institute.