Dr. Amy Serin: Founder of Serin Center, Leading Expert in Neuroscience-Based Therapy

Dr. Amy Serin is an internationally recognized neuropsychologist and stress expert on a mission to help you live your best life! After graduating from Arizona State University in 1996 as Valedictorian (Moeur Award), she obtained her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Fielding Graduate University in 2006. She then founded Serin Centers in 2007 to integrate cutting-edge, results-oriented neuropsychology into profound and permanent results for her clients.  Her unique blend of scientifically based methods for anxiety, depression, ADHD, learning disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, autism spectrum disorders, giftedness, performance enhancement, and life challenges are “truly revolutionary” according to Huffington Post. Since 2007 Serin Centers have helped thousands of kids, teens, and adults reach their full potential. 

The Stress Switch: The Truth About Stress and How to Short Circuit It

Dr. Amy Serin, Founder of Serin Center
Dr. Amy Serin, Founder of Serin Center and Pioneer in Neurofeedback Therapy

Her book The Stress Switch: The Truth About Stress and How to Short Circuit It reached #1 best-seller status for Preventative Medicine on Amazon in 2019. She is the recipient of several international awards for inventing TouchPoints neuroscience stress wearables, including the 2018 Gold Edison Award for Health and Wellness, Forbes 2019 Best Technology Award for Health and Wellness, and Digital Trends 2019 Best of CES award. Dr. Serin is a sought-after keynote speaker for conferences, including the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research,  EMDR International Association, and Entrepreneur’s Organization. She has been featured in USA Today, Huffington Post, Inc., NBC, Thrive Global, Men’s Health, Shape, Mashable, and Bustle, among others.


Dr. Amy Serin is a licensed neuropsychologist and the founder of the Serin Center, a neuroscience-based therapy center located in Arizona. With over 17 years of experience, Dr. Serin is dedicated to improving the lives of her patients by combining her knowledge of psychology and neuroscience.

Serin Center was Founded in 2007

Neurofeedback is a type of therapy that uses real-time feedback from the brain to train it to function more efficiently. Dr. Serin founded the Serin Center in 2007. The center offers a variety of therapy services, including neurofeedback, cognitive behavioral therapy, and trauma-focused therapy. Dr. Serin and her team of highly trained specialists work together to provide personalized treatment plans for each patient.

Public Speaker

Dr. Serin, a renowned neuropsychologist and expert in her field, is not only dedicated to providing exceptional clinical care but is also an accomplished public speaker. With her extensive knowledge and expertise, she delivers engaging and informative talks on various topics related to mental health and well-being. If you’re interested in having Dr. Serin as a speaker at your conference or event, reach out to Serin Center today to discuss the details and arrange a thought-provoking presentation that will leave a lasting impact on your audience.

TouchPoint Creator

Dr. Serin is also the co-creator of a patented technology called TouchPoints, which uses gentle vibrations to help reduce stress and anxiety. TouchPoints have been used by thousands of people around the world and have been featured in major media outlets such as Forbes, ABC News, and CBS News.

Dedicated Therapist

Dr. Amy Serin is a dedicated and passionate therapist who is committed to helping her patients improve their mental health through the use of neuroscience-based therapies. Her expertise in the field of neuropsychology and neurofeedback, along with her compassionate and personalized approach to therapy, has made her a respected leader in the field.

Arizona Native

Dr. Serin is an Arizona native who is passionate about health and wellness. In her spare time, she enjoys all things active, spending time with her two teenage sons and boyfriend, and unsuccessfully trying to get her mini-Goldendoodle to stop terrorizing passers-by when on walks. 

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