Elizabeth Owens is a clinical professor and licensed psychologist in the Hyperactivity, Attention, and Learning Problems (HALP) clinic in the Department of Psychiatry. Her research interests center on the developmental progression of and psychosocial treatments for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children and adolescents, and she has authored over 60 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on childhood ADHD, parenting, and developmental precursors of antisocial behavior. Dr. Owens’s clinical expertise involves family- and school-focused behavioral treatments for children with ADHD. Specifically, she conducts diagnostic evaluations, leads parent management training groups and child skills groups, and meets individually with parents to help them learn to manage their child’s ADHD. Dr. Owens is also a clinical supervisor at the UCSF/UCB Schwab Center for Cognitive Diversity and Dyslexia.