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EBP Psychosocial Treatments for Youth With ADHD: A SSWN Research Brief

EBP Psychosocial Treatments for Youth With ADHD:  A SSWN Research Brief

School social workers are busy people.

Finding good research takes time.

We want to help.

Editor’s Note: Here at SSWN we post Research Briefs (RBs) regularly. These RBs were completed by school social workers like you, taking research they’ve found and applying it to their school contexts. These RBs will describe research articles and what the particular study could contribute to your school social work practice, starting as soon as tomorrow. They will cover the kinds of things you see every day in your practice and (hopefully) be written in a way that you can use the information immediately. Today, we’re excited to share an RB by Lara Mangialardi, Loyola MSW student and SSW intern, on what she learned about the latest evidence for psychosocial treatments for students with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder from a recent article by Evans, Owens, Wymbs, & Ray, “Evidence-Based Psychosocial Treatments for Children and Adolescents With Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.


About The Author

Lara Mangialardi

Lara Mangialardi is a second year Master of Social Work student at Loyola University Chicago currently specializing in school social work and migration studies. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, where she studied Spanish, International Studies, and World History. She is currently interning at a public high school in west suburban Chicago, Illinois. Aside from studying and practicing social work, she acts as Community Relations Director of The Gift Foundation, a project partnering with radical educators and activists to build healthy communities through intentional literacy.

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