About Dr. Timothy G. Royer, Founder
Timothy G. Royer, Psy.D., is a leader in the field of autonomic nervous system (ANS) regulation to treat ADHD, sleep loss, anxiety and other stress disorders in children and adults. Using principles refined through extensive work with pediatric neuropsychology patients, professional athletes and business executives, Dr. Royer has worked to change the treatment paradigm for these brain-related neurological, physiological and behavioral issues by focusing on long-term, non-invasive solutions that repair symptoms at the core.
Since founding Neurocore in 2004, Dr. Royer has led clinical and program development for the six-clinic operation as well as the Neurocommunity Program.
Prior to founding Neurocore, Dr. Royer was the Division Chief of Pediatric Psychology at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan. During his tenure, Dr. Royer collaborated with teams of neuropsychologists, neurologists and behavioral pediatricians to address the cognitive, emotional and behavioral needs of children throughout the state of Michigan.
While at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, Dr. Royer also served as director of Inpatient Psychological Testing Services at Pine Rest, a comprehensive behavioral health center serving patients throughout Michigan and Iowa.
Dr. Royer received his doctoral degree in psychology from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Atlanta. He also holds a Master of Arts in Community Counseling from Georgia State University.
Dr. Royer and his work have been featured on ESPN and in major publications, including USA Today, the Los Angeles Times and Jim Robbins’ breakthrough book, A Symphony in the Brain.