This section allows me to provide more specifics and details about recent, upcoming, and ongoing projects and roles in which I am involved.
I have a chapter that will be included in a soon-to-be released edited volume, Handbook of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to be published by APA.
I also have a brief manuscript about my proposed cognitive themes observed in the thoughts and beliefs of adults with ADHD, which will be published in The ADHD Report.
Our study on the role of negative thinking in adult ADHD was accepted for publication in the journal Cognitive Therapy and Research. Here is a link to the online ahead of print version. https://rdcu.be/b4gqt
I’m also involved in a collaboration examining the role of a coaching model for college students, both with and without ADHD. I was asked to participate with a friend/colleague whose coaching model was used by a large university.
The recently published book (and at least one book chapter) took up most of my writing time the past few years, but here are some of the most recent journal publications.
I am scheduled to be the invited speaker for a conference to be held by the ADHD Association of Denmark in Kolding. It is scheduled for April 22, 2021.
I presented a session on October 2 for the virtual “15th Congreso Internacional sobre TDAH” (originally to be held in Mexico City) on the topic of Rethinking Adult ADHD.
I presented a workshop on September 3 as part of the virtual European Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies Congress (originally to be held in Athens, Greece) on CBT for Adult ADHD.
I was scheduled to be the 2020 invited speaker for the John B. Rosenberg ’63 and Stephanie Lambert Speaker Series in Psychology at Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA, which will rescheduled (hopefully) after COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. Flyer: SpeakerSeries_Psychology_2020_Final
I had been scheduled to co-present with friends/colleagues Dr. Tom Power of the CHOP ADHD Program and Dr. Anthony Rostain of the PENN Adult ADHD Program on “ADHD across the lifespan: Recent developments” on May 2, 2020 at Judith Creed Homes for Adult Independence (JCHAI) in Bryn Mawr (9am – 1pm). The event was to be sponsored by the Philadelphia Behavior Therapy Association. The PBTA event has been postponed to sometime after COVID-19 related restrictions are lifted.
Below are my 2019 conference presentations:
I maintain a full caseload of clients I see for individual cognitive-behavior therapy or CBT, primarily through the PENN Adult ADHD Treatment and Research Program, but also through my ongoing affiliation with the Center for Cognitive Therapy at PENN.
As a side note, for the foreseeable future, all my clinical work will be done remotely through video sessions.
I am a clinical supervisor for 3rd and/or 4th year psychiatry residents in the Perelman School of Medicine who are receiving supervised training in conducting cognitive-behavioral therapy for mood and anxiety disorders through the Center for Cognitive Therapy.
In 2013, I established and continue direct a year-long supervised training in the diagnostic assessment and psychosocial treatment (using CBT) of adult ADHD. I train and supervise two advanced doctoral students in clinical psychology and we have a stellar record of our trainees gaining admission to APA-accredited predoctoral internships.
Most of our doctoral clinicians use our program’s archival data for their doctoral dissertation projects. I’ve been a committee member for the vast majority of these dissertations.