C. Thomas Gualtieri, MD
Dr. Gualtieri is the Medical Director of the North Carolina Neuropsychiatry Clinics in Chapel Hill and Charlotte. His first area of concentration was the study of children and adults with ADD and developmental disabilities.
Carolina Partners in Mental Healthcare, PLLC
We believe in personalized and patient-centered care – where you are in control and empowered by your providers. We strive to be our community’s support network. We make it our priority to have the resources and knowledge you need to thrive.
Chapel Hill Pediatric Psychology
From a broad perspective, our services include child development counseling and behavior management advice to parents in our private offices, over the phone, and during parent group classes, which focus on different ages and stages of development.
Gary Peterson, M.D.
Gary Peterson, M.D., a resident faculty member and psychiatrist in independent clinical practice at the Southeast Institute for Group and Family Therapy. He has an eclectic style addressing the needs of his patients, many of whom present with ADHD.
While we tend to agree that not every symptom that appears to be ADHD is in fact ADHD, we continually seek the most objective means of evaluation so that we can make accurate diagnoses and render effective treatment.
Theresa E. Laurie Maitland, Ph.D. - ADHD Coach Specializing in College
Dr. Maitland, Ph.D., is the primary investigator on research projects studying coaching and its impact on college students, and investigating the graduation rates and enrollment patterns of college students with ADHD/LD.
University of North Carolina -- Chapel Hill The Department of Psychology Community Clinic
The UNC Psychology Department Community Clinic (the Clinic) is dedicated to providing high quality and affordable psychological services to the triangle community and the UNC campus through specialty clinics for children, adolescents, and adults.