Brock Andrew Stephen Pollard is a therapist with extensive education and training in cognition, psychology, neuroscience, and behaviour who employs a neuropsychoanalysis approach. With a degree in Music from Mohawk College (classical piano major), an undergraduate degree in music cognition, with a double major in psychology and a minor in neuroscience, from McMaster University, and a recently achieved Masterʼs of Psychology degree, with a minor in psychometrics, Brock continues to do significant research on ADHD and ASD and enjoys working with neurodiverse children between 5 and 16 years of age. Fluent in both English and French, with a basic understanding of Spanish, Korean and American Sign Language, Brock is a strong communicator who relates very well with children and has significant experience teaching as a tutor and teaching assistant in English, French, neuroscience, math, statistics, and music and is currently teaching a university level course in Human Learning and Cognition at Adler. Brock was recently valedictorian speaker at his graduation ceremony at Adler Graduate school, upon achieving his Masterʼs degree in Psychology, with honours, and intends to complete a doctoral degree in the near future. During his time at Adler, Brock served as cohort representative, student council president, and founder of a student-led tutorial program (STATS Club). Furthermore, Brock served as head of the colloquium team, organized the schoolʼs first-ever International Colloquium, and continues to participate in the ALFREDS committee, a charitable group.