Dr. Tâ€™s Biography
2005: Ph.D., Physiology and Neurobiology, University of Connecticut
2004: M.S., Physiology and Neurobiology, University of Connecticut
1991: B.A., Economics and Spanish, Regents College, University of New York
During clinical social work training at Yale Child Study Center, I developed a keen interest in the role of aberrant synaptic functioning in relation to disease processes. After twelve years of working in a variety of treatment milieus as a social worker, I decided t...
As a former child and adolescent social worker (including 3 years of training at Yale Child Study Center) I have worked to both diagnose and help students adapt their coping strategies to minimize the impact of ADD/ADHD on their academic goals. It has been my experience that most youth with ADD/ADHD are extremely bright and their success has been in large part due to this gift of intelligence. If you feel I can be helpful to your student please feel free to contact me by email!