Amy Serin, PhD
Neuropsychologist and Founder
Dr. Amy Serin founded Serin Centers in 2007 to integrate cutting-edge, results-oriented neuropsychological treatments for effective patient outcomes for a variety of conditions and concerns including anxiety, depression, ADHD, learning disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, autism spectrum disorders, giftedness, performance, and life challenges. She cares deeply about improving people’s lives and provides assessment and treatment to children, adolescents, and adults in her three Arizona clinics.
Dr. Serin is an internationally recognized neuropsychologist and stress expert. Her book The Stress Switch: The Truth About Stress and How to Short Circuit It, reached #1 for Preventative Medicine on Amazon in June 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. Since their launch, TouchPoints have been used over 1 million times globally to reduce stress. Dr. Serin is an engaging, popular public speaker at professional conferences including the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research and EMDR International Association. She has been featured in Huffington Post, Inc., NBC, Thrive Global, Men’s Health, Shape, Mashable, and Bustle, among others.
Dr. Serin’s approach is both scientific and holistic, and stems from a broad educational and training background. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Arizona State University, where she was Valedictorian (Moeur Award) and holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology with a specialty in Pediatric Neuropsychology from The Fielding Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, California. Dr. Serin completed her formal neuropsychology training at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. She is Past President of The Arizona Neuropsychological Association and a member in good standing in several professional organizations.