The Neuromotion Team

Our team sees firsthand the distress that emotional disorders can bring upon families, and the lack of options made available to the public. We're driven to improve our customers' lives by giving kids meaningful coping skills for conquering emotional challenges. We're bringing together leaders from psychiatry, technology, and business to build a new model for emotional health.
Jason Kahn, PhD
Co-Founder, Chief Science Officer
Craig Lund
Co-Founder, CEO
Trevor Stricker
Co-Founder, VP Technology
Erina White PhD, MPH, MSW
Clinical Services Director
Nick Snietka
Software Engineer

Joseph Gonzalez-Heydrich, MD

Founding Advisor, Co-inventor of the Neuromotion Technology, Chairman Scientific Advisory Board

Joseph Gonzalez-Heydrich, MD is the Director of the Developmental Neuropsychiatry Clinic at Boston Children’s Hospital and an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Frustrated with needing to prescribe medication to help children not loose control of their anger or anxiety, he realized that the neurobiology of emotional regulation predicts that with emotional control training many of his patients would not need psychiatric medication. He conceived of the original idea behind Neuro'Motion, that a computer game requiring emotional calm in the midst of fast paced challenge would movitate children to learn how to keep calm when challenged in the real world. He assembled the initial Neuro'Motion science team and acts as the Chair of the Scientific Advisory Board.

Alexander Rotenberg, MD PhD

Founding Advisor, Co-inventor of the Neuromotion Technology, Member Scientific Advisory Board

Alex Rotenberg is the Director of the Neuromodulation Program at Boston Children’s Hospital and an Associate Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School. His work has been instrumental in assembling the jigsaw puzzle of the human mind, in a wide range of research from animal studies to intervention in children. Alex is a relentless problem solver who can’t turn down the opportunity to dive into mathematical challenges.

Peter Ducharme, LICSW

Peter Ducharme, LICSW is a clinical social worker at Boston Children’s Hospital. He is a leader in integrating cutting edge technology into psychotherapy, and has led clinical trials demonstrating the efficacy of Neuro’motion prototypes in inpatient and outpatient settings. When not caring for patients, Pete spends time with his one-year old child.