Department of Psychology

People

The staff of the AD/HD Clinic includes licensed psychologists, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students in clinical psychology, and support staff.

Clinical Staff

Arthur D. Anastopoulos, Ph.D.
Director, AD/HD Clinic
Licensed Psychologist
Taylor F. Smith, M.A.
Assistant AD/HD Clinic Director
Erin Morrissey Kane, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist
Nicole K. Schatz, M.A.
Assistant AD/HD Clinic Director
Stephanie Daniel, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist
Jessica W. Benson, M.A.
Graduate Student Clinician
Kristen A. King, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow
Melissa L. Adams, M.A.
Administrative Assistant

Graduate Student Research Team

Arthur D. Anastopoulos, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Psychology
Jennifer L. Sommer, M.A.
7th year student
Nicole Schatz, M.A.
5th year student
Taylor Smith,M.A.
5th year student
Jessica W. Benson. M.A.
4th year student
Allison Coville Bray, M.A.
3rd student
Sarah O'Rourke, M.A.
3rd year student
Jenna M. Barnwell
2nd year student

Previous AD/HD Research Team Members

Lisa M. DeGrass, Ph.D.
Graduated: December 2009
Dissertation topic:An Examination of the Appropriateness of the Content of theDSM-IV AD/HD Symptom Criteria
Internship site: Children's Hospital Boston
Current position: Postdoctoral Fellowship, Joint appointment with Children'sHospital Neighborhood Partnerships & Neurology Department

Jennifer Smith Adams, Ph.D.
Graduated: December 2008
Dissertation topic: An Examination of the Effects of Stimulant Medication on the IQTest Performance of Children with AD/HD
Internship site: Chronic Mental Illness Track- Federal Bureau of Prisons
Current position: VStaff Psychologist- Federal Bureau of Prisons

Laura E. Knouse, Ph.D.
Graduated: December 2008
Dissertation topic: Adult AD/HD, Metamemory, and Self-Regulation in Context
Internship site: Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School
Current position: Postdoctoral Fellowship in Psychology Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Megan Key Gabalda, Ph.D.
Graduated: August 2007
Dissertation topic: The Association Between AD/HD and Adolescent Risky SexualBehavior
Internship site: Emory University
Current position: Psychologist, Cornerstone Behavioral Health, High Point, NC

Elizabeth Holt McGee, Ph.D.
Graduated: May 2007
Dissertation topic: Factors Associated with the Development of Anxiety AmongChildren with AD/HD
Internship site: The Guidance Center, Murfreesboro, TN

Laura K. Hennis Rhoads, Ph.D.
Graduated: December 2006
Dissertation topic: The Link between Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder andOppositional-Defiant Disorder: Risk and Protective Factors
Internship site: University of Louisville Medical Center
Current position: Clinic Manager, Psychology Clinic, UNCG

Cryshelle Schouest Patterson, Ph.D.
Graduated: December 2006
Dissertation topic: Parental Symptoms of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorderand Maternal Responsiveness in Mother-Child Interactions:Implications for Child Language Functioning
Internship site: University of Alabama at Birmingham

Suzanne E. Farley, Ph.D.
Graduated: August 2006
Dissertation topic: The Relationship between Maternal AD/HD, Parenting, andChild Behavior
Internship site: Virginia Beach City Public Schools

Lisa Gerrard Rochford, Ph.D.
Graduated: May 2005
Dissertation topic: Attending to Attachment: The Relation between Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Mother-Child Attachment inEarly Childhood
Internship site:Virginia Beach City Public Schools

Andrea Lynn Boyd, Ph.D.
Graduated: May 2003
Dissertation topic: The Impact of AD/HD on African American Families
Internship site: Institute of Juvenile Research, University of Illinois at Chicago

Stephanie Shaffer Huzij, Ph.D.
Graduated: December 2002
Dissertation topic: The Parenting Cognitions Scale: Development and Validation ina Clinic-Referred and Community Sample
Internship site: University of Maryland Medical Center

Erika Klinger Ryan, Ph.D.
Graduated: May 2002
Dissertation topic: AD/HD Symptoms in Parents of Children with AD/HD: Impacton Family Functioning
Internship site: Monmouth Medical Center

E. Paige Temple, Ph.D.
Graduated: December 2001
Dissertation topic: The Impact of AD/HD on African American Families
Internship site: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Julie King Esther, Ph.D.
Graduated: December 2001
Dissertation topic: A Psychometric Examination of AttentionDeficit/HyperactivityDisorder Diagnostic Thresholds and Symptom List Content
Internship site: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill