shell webpage logo.png

umd ADHD Program

Directed by Andrea Chronis-Tuscano, Ph.D.

Since 2002, we have been working to understand the developmental course of ADHD and develop treatments to improve the lives of individuals with ADHD. 



The mission of the Maryland ADHD Program is to: (1) provide comprehensive, empirically-based assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with ADHD and associated behavior problems; (2) conduct clinical research that advances our knowledge about the assessment and treatment of ADHD; (3) educate parents, schools, and the community about empirically-based assessment and treatment for ADHD (i.e., dissemination); and (4) train the next generation of child clinical psychologists in evidence-based assessment and treatment practices.