Jonas I. Bromberg, Psy.D., is a clinical psychologist with over 20 years experience providing diagnostic and clinical treatment services to children, adolescents, and adults with ADHD and other behavioral health issues, and providing behavioral consultation to families, schools and medical providers. Over the past 13 years at Inflexxion, Dr. Bromberg has led the research and development of numerous web-based programs to promote patient adaptation and adjustment to a wide-range of health issues, in addition to clinical management tools for health care providers. During this time he has served as the clinical lead on more than 20 competitive research grants from the National Institutes of Health, including grants on the topic of ADHD. Dr. Bromberg is an Instructor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School, and serves a consulting psychologist to the Boston Adult Congenital Heart (BACH) Service at Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Boston, MA, providing behavioral support services to patients coping with the affects of congenital heart disease. Dr. Bromberg is on the faculty of the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP) where he is a Clinical Supervisor in the Medical Consultation and Multi-cultural Training Program. He is an active member of the American Psychological Association, the American Academy of Pain Medicine, the American Pain Society, the Association for Psychological Science, and a founding member of the Society for Participatory Medicine. He is an avid fly fisherman, aspiring guitarist, and the parent of a very fast 10 year old son.
Jerome J. Schultz, Ph.D. For the past three years, prior to returning to private clinical practice, Dr. Jerome (Jerry) Schultz served as the Co-Director of the Center for Child and Adolescent Development, CCAD, located in Medford, MA. The CCAD is a multi-disciplinary diagnostic and treatment clinic which is a service of the Cambridge Health Alliance, a Harvard Teaching Hospital. Dr. Schultz is a clinical neuropsychologist and is on the faculty of Harvard Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry. He specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of children and young adults with learning disabilities, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and other special needs. He received his undergraduate and Master’s degree from The Ohio State University and holds a Ph.D. from Boston College. He has completed postdoctoral fellowships in both clinical psychology and pediatric neuropsychology. Before coming to the CCAD, Dr. Schultz served as the Founding Director of an evaluation center called the Learning Lab @ Lesley University. Formerly a middle school special education teacher, Dr. Schultz maintained a private neuropsychology practice in Wellesley, Massachusetts and taught at Lesley for over 25 years before taking on the leadership role at the CCAD.
In addition to his clinical and educational work, Dr. Schultz serves as an international consultant on issues related to the neuropsychology and appropriate education of children and young adults with special needs. He is on the Editorial Board of Academic Psychiatry, a member of the Working Group on the ADHD Registry and the Committee on the Arts in Healthcare at Cambridge Health Alliance. Dr. Schultz currently serves as Consulting Neuropsychologist to the Newton Massachusetts Public Schools and is involved in several projects examining the use of technology with children with special needs.
Dr. Schultz has served on the Board of Directors of the Learning Disabilities Network, and was the Vice President of the Board of the Learning Disabilities Association of Massachusetts. He has created several award-winning videotapes, and written many articles about children with special needs. He served for many years as the Expert on Learning Disabilities and ADHD at www.familyeducation.com, a website for parents and teachers. He has been a contributor to www.ldonline.org, a site that provides valuable information about learning disabilities.
Jonathan Brush, Ph.D. currently practices adult, adolescent, and child psychotherapy, specializing in diagnosing and treating anxiety, attentional and behavioral problems in Boston, Brookline, and Wellesley, Massachusetts (1983 – Present). He received a B.A. from Earlham College (1967) and a M.A. (1977) and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (1982) from Boston University. In 1978, Dr. Brush completed an internship in Clinical Psychology at the Judge Baker Guidance Center in Boston, and from 2005-2006 he completed advanced small group training in cognitive therapy at the Center for Cognitive Therapy in Huntington Beach, California. Dr. Brush acted as the clinical psychologist for Harvard Community Health Plan/Harvard Vanguard Medical Association from 1987-2006. Before that he was the Director of Stony Brook Counseling Center, and a clinical psychologist at the Charles River Hospital and the East Boston-Winthrop Counseling Center. Dr. Brush has been an Instructor in Psychiatry at the Harvard Medical School since 1990. Prior to his appointment at Harvard Medical School he was the Child Mental Health Coordinator and Coordinator of the ADHD Program at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates (1997 – 2000). He has also acted as the Director of Contnuing Psychological Education at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care (1997 – 2005) and been a member of the Human Studies Committee at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care (1999 – 2003).
Mary Robertson, RN, BSN, co-founded Lexington’s Bluegrass Chapter of CHADD (1992) for families and professionals who seek support and information regarding attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD). Robertson also founded the CHADD State Council (1994) to address concerns regarding AD/HD at a state level. She has successfully advocated for changes in two state laws that directly impact children with AD/HD. She was the CHADD National “Coordinator of the Year” (1994) and acted as the CHADD National President (1999). Robertson has testified before the Kentucky and U.S. Congress on matters related to AD/HD. She is a member of the national “AD/HD Experts on Call” program based in New York and sits on the professional advisory board for Inflexxion. She is also an adult with AD/HD and mother of two children, a son diagnosed with AD/HD-C and learning disabilities and a daughter with AD/HD-I and anxiety. Currently, she lectures at state and national conferences and is the author of several articles that address the various types of AD/HD. Robertson is a member of the Bluegrass Chapter of CHADD’s Professional Advisory Board, and a consultant and advocate for families living with AD/HD. Previously, she worked as a staff nurse, and then manager of the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit at the University of Kentucky Medical Center (1982-1990).