Keath Low, MA, is a former writer for Verywell covering ADHD. She is a psychotherapist and holds a clinical scientist appointment with the Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities at the University of North Carolina. Keath's area of specialty is working with children diagnosed with ADHD and their families, as well as with families dealing with the disruptive behaviors that accompany oppositional defiant and conduct disorders.
In addition to individual and family therapy, child and family assessments, treatment planning, behavior modifications, and social skills training, she has lead parenting groups and provided clinical supervision to other therapists and social workers. She has experience working with preschool and school systems, classroom teachers, psychiatrists, pediatricians, and other professionals who interact with children and families dealing with ADHD. Keath is currently a full time writing professional.
While Keath's professional experience has mainly been with children, adolescents, and their families, she also has a great deal of interest in adult ADHD.
Keath received her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She earned her master's degree in child and adolescent counseling psychology from Boston College.
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