Welcome to the ADHD Clinic at UNCG

Campus and Community Resources

Campus Resources for UNCG Students

The ADHD Clinic at UNCG provides assessment and treatment services to students and members of the community. UNCG students seeking an ADHD assessment may contact the ADHD Clinic directly or go to Student Health/Counseling Center for a referral for further evaluation at the ADHD Clinic.

  • Office of Accessibility Resources and Services – Students who have been diagnosed with ADHD may be eligible for academic accommodations and other services.
  • Student Health Services Psychiatric Services – Student Health Services has psychiatrists on staff who can provide medication management for students with ADHD. In order to prescribe medication for ADHD, the staff psychiatrists require documentation of an ADHD evaluation within the past 3 years.
  • Counseling Center – The Counseling Center provides free short-term psychotherapy to UNCG students.
  • Student Success Center – The Student Success Center provides tutoring and support services to help UNCG students achieve academic success.  It includes the Tutoring and Academic Skills Program, Special Support Services, and the Supplemental Instruction Program.
  • Students First Office – The Students First Office coordinates intervention processes across different academic and administrative units at UNCG to determine success strategies for students facing academic, social, or financial setbacks.
  • University Writing Center – Consultants at the University Writing Center assist students at all stages of the writing process, from clarifying the goals of the paper to final editing and citations. Services are provided on a drop-in basis or online.

Community Resources

Parents of Children with ADHD

Over the past five years, Parents of Children with ADHD – A Community Support Group, has been an invaluable resource for parents of children with ADHD in the Greensboro area.  Meetings are held on Tuesday evenings, with three of these in the fall (September, October, November) and the other three occurring in the spring (February, March, April). All meetings are free and open to the public.

Presenters typically provide a one hour presentation, after which there is a 30 minute question and answer period.  A large number and variety of topics have been covered thus far, including home management, school-based interventions, and medication management.

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Most presentations are given by medical and mental health professionals from the Greensboro area. Periodically presentations are also given by nationally recognized experts, including Dr. George DuPaul discussing elementary school issues, Dr. Steve Evans discussing middle and high school issues, Dr. Desire Murray discussing after school management, and Dr. Kevin Murphy discussing adult ADHD.

Dr. Anastopoulos served as the group’s clinical advisor from its inception until the spring of 2013. Dr. Erin Morrissey-Kane is the current clinical advisor.


Triad Learning Disabilities Association

Another local support group that may be of interest to parents is the Triad Learning Disabilities Association (LDA).  In partnership with Noble Academy, the Triad LDA hosts evening presentations that focus primarily on school-based learning issues affecting children with learning disabilities, as well as ADHD.


Other Useful Resources

Many on-line resources on ADHD are also available. A listing of these resources may be found here.