Supporting Students with ADHD

 Attention & Behavior
Dr. David Anderson, The Child Mind Institute
Tuesday, April 27.
Noon – 1 PM, Webinar

With the difficult circumstances of the pandemic, constructively supporting students with ADHD is more important than ever. On Tuesday, April 27 from noon- 1 PM, Dr. David Anderson, Vice President of School and Community Programs and former Senior Director of the ADHD and Behavior Disorders Center at the Child Mind Institute will present Supporting Students with ADHD: Attention and Behavior.  Dr. Anderson will outline the signs and symptoms of ADHD, common ways kids and teens with ADHD have faced challenges during the pandemic, and outline effective strategies to manage ADHD symptoms and restore balance both at school and at home.  Please RSVP at

Dr. Anderson is a clinical psychologist who specializes in evaluating and treating children and adolescents with ADHD, behavior, anxiety, and mood disorders. Child Mind Institute school-based programs directed by Dr. Anderson have provided clinical interventions, social-emotional skill building, professional development, and workshops for more than 50,000 students, educators, and parents. Dr. Anderson frequently lectures and leads workshops on a variety of topics for parents, educators, and policymakers, and he has contributed to television and print media for organizations such as ABC, Time, CBS, Fox, CNN, NBC, the Wall Street Journal, the Atlantic, the New York Times, and NPR. Dr. Anderson received his bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College and his doctorate in clinical psychology from Columbia University.

The Child Mind Institute is an independent, national nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders.

The program is co-sponsored by Darien SEPAC and Darien Library.