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Erin Nicole Schoenfelder, PhD

Erin Nicole Schoenfelder, PhD

Psychiatry and Behavioral Health

On staff since July 2014

Academic Title: Assistant Professor

"My clincial work and research are focused on helping youth with ADHD and their families be resilient and successful. Specifically, I am interested in helping families engage in multi-modal treatments for ADHD in the service of improving the long-term mental and physical health for these young people. I enjoy working with children, teenagers, and young adults with ADHD and their parents. I also have a special interest in behavioral treatments for co-occuring anxiety and ADHD."


Medical/Professional School
Santa Clara University, Santa Clara
Arizona State University, Tempe
Arizona State University, Tempe
Clinical Interests

Behavioral treatments for ADHD, including parent behavior management training, organizational skills training, and cognitive behavioral therapy-based approaches (CBT); CBT and related therapies for anxiety disorders; family therapy; treating co-morbid ADHD and anxiety disorders

Awards and Honors

Award NameAward DescriptionAwarded ByAward Date
Child Intervention, Prevention and Services (CHIPS) FellowNIMH Division of Services Implementation Research 2013 - 2014
Endowed Scholar AwardPhilanthropic Educational Organization 2011 - 2012
T32 Pre-doctoral Fellowship in Prevention ResearchNational Institute of Mental Health 2008 - 2009
University Graduate Scholar AwardArizona State University Graduate College 2006 - 2010


Stimulant Treatment of ADHD and Cigarette Smoking: A Meta-Analysis.
Pediatrics , 2014 Jun: 133(6)1070-1080
ADHD and health risk behaviors: Is treatment enough?
ADHD Report , 2014
The ADHD-Smoking Co-Morbidity and Implications for Stimulant Treatment of Children and Adolescents.
Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology News , 2014
Caregiver responsiveness to the family bereavement program: what predicts responsiveness? What does responsiveness predict?
Prevention science : the official journal of the Society for Prevention Research , 2013 Dec: 14(6)545-56
Methylphenidate does not influence smoking-reinforced responding or attentional performance in adult smokers with and without attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Experimental and clinical psychopharmacology , 2013 Oct: 21(5)375-84
Putting the pieces together: an integrated model of program implementation.
Prevention science : the official journal of the Society for Prevention Research , 2011 Mar: 12(1)23-33
A contextual model of gender differences in the development of depression after the death of a parent
Depression in adolescent girls , 2011
Long-term impact of prevention programs to promote effective parenting: lasting effects but uncertain processes.
Annual review of psychology , 2011: 62299-329
Quality of social relationships and the development of depression in parentally-bereaved youth.
Journal of youth and adolescence , 2011 Jan: 40(1)85-96
Six-year follow-up of a preventive intervention for parentally bereaved youths: a randomized controlled trial.
Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine , 2010 Oct: 164(10)907-14

Primary Office

Seattle Children's
OA.5.154 - Child Psychiatry
4800 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105

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