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Title: Providing Empirically-Supported Treatment for Organizational Skills Deficits in Children with ADHD
Presenter: Richard Gallagher, Ph.D. – Associate Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychiatry, NYU School of Medicine, The Child Study Center, NYU Langone Medical Center
Organization, Time Management, and Planning are hindered in ADHD. Problems with these skills have an impact on school and adjustment in childhood, adolescence, and contribute to limited adult success as well. For over 10 years, we have conducted a thorough program to understand OTMP deficits in ADHD. Our extensive efforts supported by foundation and federal government grants have provided insights into the assessment and effective treatment of OTMP deficits. We have a sound program that has been fully tested with elementary school age children and a promising program for middle school children. Additionally, we have used insights from this work to begin development of programs for high school and college students. This presentation will review our systematic program of research and resulting assessment and intervention tools.
Richard Gallagher is a clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist who has been a member of ABCT for over 30 years. For 10 years, he was the leader of the Child and School-Related Issues SIG and he has presented at ABCT many times on child treatments for ADHD and selective mutism. Dr. Gallagher is the lead author on the manual used in the research testing the impact of Organizational Skills Training and Co-Principal Investigator on 2 NIMH grants on its development and evaluation. As a supervisor of psychologists, Dr. Gallagher has been seminal in starting two APA-approved internship tracks in child and adolescent psychology and was the founder of postdoctoral training at the Child Study Center of NYU Langone Medical Center.