About CTADD

CTADD is devoted to the development of comprehensive and effective treatments for ADHD. The president of CTADD is William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., nationally known expert in the field of ADHD research and treatment. Dr. Pelham developed the STP beginning in 1980, and has continued to modify and refine the program since then while a faculty member at the Florida State University and at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Pelham is now a Professor of Psychology at the State University of New York at Buffalo. The CTADD staff, including clinical and administrative personnel, have been involved in the development and implementation of the STP and related follow-up programs for many years.

CTADD offers manuals and comprehensive materials for establishing and running an STP. In addition, intensive staff training and consultation services are available. Beyond the STP materials, CTADD also offers a variety of materials for use in clinic and school settings with ADHD children and adolescents, including assessment materials, classroom intervention materials, parent training materials, outpatient medication assessment materials, and workshop materials. A separate schedule of costs with a description of materials is available upon request. Additional information regarding the STP can be obtained by contacting CTADD at the address on the left side of the page. Information is also available regarding STP follow-up and outpatient treatments for ADHD that have been developed by CTADD.