ADHD Specialists for Real Solutions
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.
Dr. Kyle Lapidus, MD, Ph.D.
Dr. Lapidus, one of the top psychiatrists in NYC, specializes in psychopharmacology and device-based neuromodulatory treatments.
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.
The therapist I see here is quite possibly the best therapist I've ever been treated by; and I'm not ashamed to admit I've seen quite a few over the years (It can be hard to find a good fit!)
Helping Your Husband with ADHD
Tim 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