Welcome to the ADHD Clinic at UNCG


Postdoctoral Training

  • Two postdoctoral fellows (Drs. Jennifer Sommer and Marissa Griggs) are currently receiving research and clinical training under Dr. Anastopoulos’ supervision.
  • Additional postdoctoral positions may become available in the summer of 2014, contingent upon future funding.

Predoctoral Training

  • Dr. Anastopoulos is presently serving as research advisor to three students: Allison Bray and Sarah O’Rourke, both of whom are sixth year students in the clinical Ph.D. program; and Anne Hiller, a new student in the Department’s Master’s program in General/Experimental Psychology.
  • Contingent upon funding, Dr. Anastopoulos will likely admit one new student for the 2014-15 academic year. Consideration will be given to applicants interested in either doctoral level training in Developmental Psychology with an applied emphasis or  Master’s level training in the Department’s General/Experimental Psychology program.

Undergraduate Training

  • Emilea Grubss is a senior at UNCG currently completing an independent study course (PSY 433) under Dr. Anastopoulos’ supervision

Past Student Training

  • Over the past 18 years more than 50 doctoral students in clinical psychology have received clinical training through the ADHD Clinic.
  • The ADHD Clinic has also provided graduate level clinical training to students from other health care training programs, including Family Practice residents from Cone Hospital, Child Psychiatry fellows from Wake Forest University School of Medicine, graduate students from the Masters degree program in Clinical Psychology at Appalachian State University, graduate students from the Masters degree programs in Counseling, Social Work,  and Special Education at UNCG.