Assessing ADHD in Children and Adults Using the ACE and ACE+ Clinical Interviews
– BSc (Hons), DClinPsy, PhD, CSi, AFBPS –
Professor Young is a clinical and forensic psychologist and a practitioner neuropsychologist with over 25 years of experience working in clinical academia.
Since leaving clinical academia at the end of 2017, Professor Young has worked full time in private practice as the director of Psychology Services Limited and Psychology Innovations Limited, providing psycho-educational materials, resources, and clinical/forensic services relating to the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents and adults with mental health problems and/or neurodevelopmental disorders.
Professor Young has a great deal of expertise specializing in clinical psychology), forensic psychology, neuropsychology, and neurodevelopmental disorders. Her previous employers have included Kings College London (Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience), Imperial College London (Centre for Psychiatry), the South London and Maudsley Mental Health Trust, and West London Mental Health Trust.
Professor Young is involved in international research collaborations and has published over 170 articles in peer-reviewed research papers, books, book chapters, assessment tools, and treatment programmes. These include the ACE/ACE+ clinical assessments of ADHD in children and adults, the Diagnostic Autism Spectrum Interview [DASI], and five cognitive behavioural therapy programmes developed for people of all ages who have cognitive, emotional, social, and/or behavioural problems. She is regularly invited to run training courses in these tools and programmes all over the world. Professor Young has presented her work and given invited addresses at over 230 and international conferences.
– Braingaze –
Braingaze CTO, Ph.D. in Neurobiology.
Dr. Hans Supèr has broad experience in neural anatomy and neurophysiology related to visual perception. Through his research, he has focused on the neurophysiology of the oculomotor system and the visual cortex. He has more than 15 years of experience working on the registration of eye movements, EEG, psychophysics, and the creation of computer models.
His work has been published on high impact scientific journals, such as Science, Nature Neuroscience, Proc. Natl Acad Science USA.
He discovered the basic neural principles underlying visual perception and the relation between ocular vergence and cognition.