Lauren is a second year doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program, working with Dr. Andrea Chronis-Tuscano in the Maryland ADHD Program. She graduated with honors from the University of Richmond in 2015. After graduation, she worked for two years at Virginia Commonwealth University as a Research Coordinator. Lauren’s research and clinical work focuses on developmental trajectories, adjustment, and treatment of individuals with ADHD across the lifespan, particularly in high-risk transitional periods (e.g., adolescence and emerging adulthood). Specific emphases include risk and protective factors affecting the developmental course of ADHD, the development of comorbidity (e.g., depression and substance abuse), developmentally-appropriate assessment of adolescents and emerging adults, and empirically-informed treatment of college students.
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