Dr. Richard Gallagher, Ph.D.

Dr. Richard Gallagher is an assistant professor of psychiatry at the NYU’s Child Study Center in New York, where he designs and evaluates parent education programs, including Thriving Teens, a program to help prevent smoking and substance use in young teens. Currently, Dr. Gallagher is the leader of the Special Interest Group in Child and School-Related Issues of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy. He also served as Co-Investigator on a treatment development grant from the National Institute of Mental Health for an organizational skills intervention for ADD/ADHD children and continues to investigate the neuropsychological profile of childhood ADHD.

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