for Real Solutions
Welcome to the ATTN Center, NYC’s premiere ADHD clinic. We offer professional mental health services for ADHD through our specially-trained team of therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists. We create a unique treatment plan for each of our patients, specifically tailored to meet your individual needs using proven scientific methods. Our clinic provides the comfort and confidentiality of a private practice, with the breadth of services found in larger clinics. Call us today. We are here to help.Contact Us Learn More
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.
Dr. Kyle Lapidus, MD, Ph.D.
Dr. Lapidus, one of the top psychiatrists in NYC, specializes in psychopharmacology and device-based neuromodulatory treatments.
Brianne uses an Emotion-Focused therapeutic approach to therapy, in tandem with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy tools.
Tim is so nice. He lets me talk about whatever I want. He has really helped me feel better about myself and better about school.
Nice office atmosphere. Great therapist. Reliable and efficient. I enjoy coming back.
I appreciate that my therapist at the ATTN Center is always honest with me. He is very experienced, but more importantly he really cares.
I like my group. Tim helps us talk out our problems and be a good friend. It’s a lot of fun.
My therapist made me feel comfortable and safe, like I wasn’t being judged for having ADHD. That’s rare.
The ATTN Center helped me get my life on track. Since college I was so disorganized, and it was really costing me at work and in my relationships. My therapist helped me understand my ADHD, and we built a structure for my life that actually works. Highly recommended!
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