Tim Norman, LCSW, M.Ed.
Tim Norman is the founder and owner of the ATTN Center. He is fully licensed to practice psychotherapy in the state of New York, and has worked at clinical settings with both children and adults, individually and in groups, for over a decade. As an expert in the field of ADHD, Tim gives lectures across the country, teaches workshops, develops ADHD programs and seminars, and co-wrote the book Helping Your Husband With ADHD. Before becoming a psychologist, Tim was a public school teacher in the South Bronx, where he developed adolescent curriculum and standardized testing procedures that have been implemented state-wide. He also managed curriculum development for the non-profit men’s health and leadership group The ManKind Project, where he currently serves as a lead facilitator with Shadow Work training. Tim was trained as a Neurofeedback clinician by Mark Smith, and is currently completing the BCN certificate program to become Board Certified in Neurofeedback. He lives in NYC with his wife and son.
Brianne Rose, MHC
Brianne Rose is a New York State mental health counselor. She earned her MS in Licensed Mental Health Counseling at the University of Rochester, and spent her graduate career researching neurofeedback and advanced therapy techniques. Brianne’s specialities include: ADHD, depression, trauma, and anxiety. She also conducts evaluations for diagnosing spectral issues, from ADHD and Autism. Brianne uses an Emotion-Focused therapeutic approach to therapy, in tandem with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy tools. In addition to her private practice, Brianne lectures about developmental delay awareness, child abuse safety. She also runs a therapy group for LGBTQ+ individuals. Her upcoming book “Emotion-Focused Therapy”, will be released in 2019.
Dr. Kyle Lapidus, MD, Ph.D.
Dr. Lapidus is a top psychiatrist in NYC, specializing in psychopharmacology and device-based neuromodulatory treatments. He received his BA magna cum laude from Harvard University and earned his MD and PhD at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He completed his residency in psychiatry at Mount Sinai Medical Center’s Icahn School of Medicine and is currently Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Neurobiology at Stony Brook University, where he also serves as Director of Neuromodulation. He is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and has received numerous honors and awards including the NIMH Outstanding Resident Award and the ERF Cassen Mentoring Award.