Erin Schoenfelder Gonzalez, PhD

Personal Statement

My clinical work and research are focused on helping youth with ADHD and their families be resilient and successful. Specifically, I am interested in helping families engage in multi-modal treatments for ADHD and related disorders to improve long-term mental and physical health for these young people. I enjoy working with children, teenagers, and young adults with ADHD and their parents, as well as treating anxiety disorders. My current research focuses on improving health outcomes for adolescents with ADHD, including preventing risk behaviors and increasing healthy lifestyles.

Education

Clinical Psychology Internship , Duke University Medical Center , 2011-2012
Ph.D. , Psychology - Clinical , Arizona State University , 2008-2012
M.A. , Psychology - Clincial , Arizona State University , 2006-2008

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

Piloting a Sequential, Multiple Assignment, Randomized Trial for Mothers with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Their At-Risk Young Children.
(2019 May)
J Child Adolesc Psychopharmacol 29(4): 256-267
Schoenfelder EN, Chronis-Tuscano A, Strickland J, Almirall D, Stein MA

Piloting a mobile health intervention to increase physical activity for adolescents with ADHD.
(2017 Jun)
Prev Med Rep 6(): 210-213
Schoenfelder E, Moreno M, Wilner M, Whitlock KB, Mendoza JA

Research Brief: The Teen ADHD Workshop to Improve Adolescent ADHD Treatment Engagement.
(2020 Jun)
J Atten Disord 24(8): 1192-1198
Schoenfelder E, McCabe C, Fife A, Herzig L, Ahrens K

Targeting Functional Impairments in the Treatment of Children and Adolescents with ADHD.
(2017 Feb)
CNS Drugs 31(2): 97-107
Sasser T, Schoenfelder EN, Stein MA

Skills Versus Pills: Psychosocial Treatments for ADHD in Childhood and Adolescence.
(2016 Oct 1)
Pediatr Ann 45(10): e367-e372
Schoenfelder EN, Sasser T

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