Ami Norris-Brilliant

Ami Norris-Brilliant, PsyD




Dr. Ami Norris-Brilliant is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. She is a New York State licensed clinical neuropsychologist. She graduated from the Ferkauf School of Psychology with a combined doctorate in clinical and school psychology. She completed her clinical internship at the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine at NYU Langone Hospital. She completed a two year post-doctoral fellowship in clinical neuropsychology at Lenox Hill Hospital.

Dr. Norris-Brilliant is the clinical director of the Division of ADHD, Learning Disorders, and Related Disorders at the Icahn School of Medicine. She is also the clinical director of the Center for Pediatric Neuropsychology. 

She has worked with adults, families, children, hospitals, and educators in order to facilitate better understanding of patients cognitive strengths and weakness and their effects on academic achievement/ workplace functioning. She has extensive experience assessing both children and adults. Dr. Norris-Brilliant also works closely with the department of Medical Genetics. Dr. Norris-Brilliant was proud to be a policy advisor on disabilities to the Joseph R. Biden Campaign for President in 2020.

Dr. Norris-Brilliant has also taught both psychology and educational psychology as an adjunct professor. She is a published author with publications devoted to neuropsychological assessment and ADHD. Please see below for selected highlights.

Matthews, B., Allan, C., Norris-Brilliant, A., Acri, M., & Chacko, A. (in press). Leveraging emerging workforces to increase ADHD service provision for children and families: Family Peer Advocates as an exemplar. The ADHD Report.

Norris-Brilliant, A.M.; Krone, B.; Edman, M. (2020, Aug 6-8) Disability v. Wellness Culture: Supporting High Functioning Neuro-divergent Learners in Higher Education APA Convention 2020,  [Conference Presentation] Washington, DC.

Krone, B., Norris-Brilliant, A., & Lee, J. (2020, June 16). TeleMental Health and Adult ADHD: A Brief History and Current Status. Retrieved from

Norris-Brilliant, A.M. (2020) Parenting in a Pandemic. Icahn School of Medicine Lecture Series on Wellness. [Presentation] New York, NY 

Norris-Brilliant, A.M. (2020) Tutoring Regular Education and Special Education Students: Best Practices. Goldman Sachs and Icahn School Of Medicine. [Presentation]  New York, NY.

Norris-Brilliant, A.M.; Rudd-Barnard, A.; Nabozny, N.; Pramataris, P. (2012) A Comparison of Cognitive Profiles of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Combined Type and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Inattentive Type. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Montreal, Canada.

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BA, Washington University in St. Louis

Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Lenox Hill Hospital

Master's Degree, Yeshiva University

PsyD, Yeshiva University

Internship, Psychology, Cabrini Medical Center

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