The Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Clinic is a specialty clinic of the Center for Psychological Services at Marquette University. The clinic is directed by Dr. Alyson Gerdes, a licensed psychologist and associate professor, and is staffed by doctoral students in the clinical psychology program. The clinic works on a sliding-fee scale and is committed to working with underserved populations.
The goals of the ADHD Clinic include:
The ADHD Clinic offers behavior modification and friendship-building treatments that have been shown through research to be effective in treating ADHD. These include:
In addition, Dr. Gerdes offers in-service training to schools, parent groups, and mental health clinics on topics related to the assessment and treatment of ADHD and related problems.
If you are interested in receiving services or learning more about the services offered at the ADHD Clinic, please call (414) 288-3487 and indicate that you are calling about child or teen ADHD services.