Behavioral and Mental Health Highlight in "Cobb in Focus"


KENNESAW, Ga. (Mar 3, 2017)Cobb in the News highlighted Dr. Allison Garefino's work with the Children and Family Services now offered at the School of Conflict Managment, Peacebuidling and Development.

Allison C. Garefino, Ph.D., clinical director for Kennesaw State's newly launched Children and Family Programs (CFP), says evidence-based behavioral treatment has shown several advantages over the use of stimulant medications to treatbehavior disorders, especially ADHD. 

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