About Dr. Jones


Dr. Jones received her doctorate in clinical psychology in 2006 after completing her internship at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. She went on to complete a two-year postdoctoral fellowship with the Center for ADHD at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. Jones is currently an Assistant Professor with the Clinical Psychology graduate program at Virginia Commonwealth University. Her research lab conducts research on the roles of parent/caregiver and family-related factors on the assessment and treatment of ADHD. She focuses specifically on improving our understanding of and increasing help seeking behaviors in African American families of children with ADHD. She also studies symptoms and impairment related to ADHD during pregnancy. As co-director of the Center for ADHD at VCU, she also works to train the next generation of clinical child psychologists in evidence-based practices for children and adolescents with ADHD. Finally, she also specializes in pediatric integrated care, or the provision of behavioral health services in the medical home, particularly for racial/ethnic minority children and their families.

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