WHAT CAN PEOPLE WITH ADHD TEACH US - Dr Glen Elliott PhD. MD
Glen R. Elliott, Ph.D., M.D.
Chief Psychiatrist and Medical Director
Children’s Health Council
Dr. Elliott received his M.D and Ph.D. from Stanford School of Medicine in the Medical Scientist Training Program. He did his general psychiatry residency at Harvard’s McLean Hospital and child and adolescent psychiatry residency at Stanford.
A board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist, he has been involved in diagnosing, treating, and doing research on children and adolescents with ADHD since 1986. He was Director of The Children’s Center at Langley Porter at UCSF for over 17 years, retiring in 2006 as Emeritus Professor of Clinical Psychiatry. Since then, he has been Chief Psychiatrist and Medical Director at the Children’s Health Council (CHC) and a Professor of Clinical Psychiatry (Affiliated) in the Stanford School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. He was a co-principal investigator at one of 6 sites for the NIMH-funded Multimodal Treatment of ADHD (MTA) and more recently served as head of the writing group for the i-SPOT ADHD project. He also directs the CHC Elliott Assessment and Treatment Clinic.