Dr. Norman is the kind of practitioner you hope to get when looking for a therapist; as knowledgeable as he is kind.
I've been with Brianne for a while and she has been incredibly helpful!
Engaging in psychotherapy with Brianne and the ATTN Center has become one of the most important and impactful decisions I have made in my life. With personal experience, I can say that Brianne is an amazing therapist and a great person herself. You will look back at the decision to commit to this with fondness. You owe it to yourself. Do it. Schedule a session with Brianne and the ATTN center.
Tim has been working with me for years. We have built a strong bond. His proficiency helps me a lot with my personal growth. Therapy is not an easy path, but it’s worthy if you want to devote yourself. You certainly need a patient, skillful and trustworthy person to walk along the path with you. I am grateful to have Tim as this figure on my path.
Tim is an excellent therapist. Extremely knowledgeable and deeply skilled.
Tim really helped me through a stressful transitional time. He gave me tools to find short term treatments, that grew into longer lasting solutions.
Tim is an attentive, supportive and knowledgeable professional. I have known his for almost 3 years and continue to benefit from his services.
Tim Norman, LCSW, M.Ed.
Tim Norman, the founder and owner of the ATTN Center, has over a decade of clinical experience with children and adults, individually and in groups.
Brianne Rose, MHC
Brianne uses an Emotion-Focused therapeutic approach to therapy, in tandem with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy tools.
Brittany Dursi, LCSW
Brittany utilizes an integrative approach to therapy, with a caring and supportive demeanor, focused on purposeful client interactions.
Helping Your Husband with ADHD
Our founder, Tim Norman, is the co-author of Helping Your Husband with ADHD. If you are the wife of a man with ADD/ADHD this may have struck a painful chord, and for good reason. Beyond the daily difficulties of being on the receiving end of ADD/ADHD, your plight is often ignored by therapists and other professionals. Yes, many books and articles have been written describing the challenges of people with ADD/ADHD, but few focus on those who suffer the most from this condition – namely, their partners.Learn More