Larry Maucieri, Ph.D., ABPP-CN, is a board certified clinical neuropsychologist who specializes in adult ADHD, learning disabilities (e.g. dyslexia, dyscalculia), and cognitive problems from strokes and concussions. He was a tenured Associate Professor at Governors State University (2011-2020) and is a licensed clinical psychologist in Chicago.
Dr. Maucieri regularly publishes and presents research on ADHD, as well as brain injury and stroke. At Chicago ADHD Clinic LLC, he focuses on diagnostic testing and individual adult psychotherapy for ADHD, as well as learning disabilities, strokes, brain injuries, anxiety, depression, and dementia. In psychotherapy, he draws on cognitive behavioral (CBT), motivational interviewing (MI), and relational techniques within a supportive and empowering therapeutic relationship.
Dr. Maucieri co-edited the 2013 book, The Distracted Couple: The Impact of ADHD on Adult Relationships (published by Crown House Books). He has also written book chapters and articles on ADHD treatment and diagnosis, concussion/traumatic brain injury, and cognitive assessment.
The Distracted Couple is a therapist manual for working with couples and individuals with ADHD. It explores the unique relationship problems related to adult ADHD, and how to address these problems therapeutically. Nationally-recognized ADHD expert and author Dr. Ed Hallowell described the book as, “a treasure trove of clinical facts, pearls of wisdom, and theories sure to enrich, inform, and energize the practice of anyone who works couples.”
Dr. Maucieri wrote a monthly online ADHD blog for Psychology Today from 2013 to 2016, exploring a range of ADHD-related topics and concerns. He is also an active member of CHADD – National Resource on ADHD (http://www.chadd.org/).
He completed a BA in music theory and economics from the University of Illinois, an MA in psychology at NYU, and a PhD in clinical psychology from Fordham University. Dr. Maucieri’s clinical psychology internship was at Yale School of Medicine and his postdoctoral fellowship in clinical neuropsychology was at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. In 2014 he attained his board certification in adult clinical neuropsychology (ABPP-CN).