Lunch & Learn: Assessing and Diagnosis of ADHD In The Wake of Covid

Date & Time

Friday, May 13

11:30am - 1:00pm EST



Join us for this month’s virtual Lunch & Learn as Dr. Linda Fleming McGhee, JD, Psy.D. discusses how assessing and diagnosing teens and adolescents with ADHD has changed in the wake of COVID.

The following will be covered:

*ADHD-Increased Reports During Covid
*ADHD, Trauma (Including Developmental and Racial) and Covid Cognitive Impacts
*Other Diagnosis That Might Be Confused as ADHD
*Changes to Assessment Practices during Covid including Remote Evaluations
*Treatment Challenges due to Covid

About the Speaker
Dr. Linda Fleming McGhee is a licensed clinical psychologist who speaks and writes nationally on mental health, race, and education. She received her Psy.D. from George Washington University following a career as an attorney. Dr. McGhee is the owner of Dr. McGhee & Associates and is on the Board of Directors and President Elect of the Maryland Psychological Association. She has served on the clinical faculty at the Washington School of Psychiatry and is a former Adjunct Professor at George Washington University and the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Dr. McGhee is a speaker for the Steve Fund, an organization devoted to mental health for college students of color. She is a contributor to OWN podcast, The Son Rise Project, a support network for families of adolescents and adults, and hosts a talk show on Radio One called Good Mental Health. Dr. McGhee specializes in speaking and training on culturally competent therapy and assessment.

Event Location

Zoom - Link will be sent once you register below.

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