Community involvement

Dr. Kane has previously worked with the Parents of Children with ADHD Community Resource Group (see for several years starting in 2013 in order to help the group bring the families of Greensboro access to research based information, resources, and expert speakers who present about a variety of topics.

  • Post-doctoral Fellowship- Emory University School of Medicine                                            Center for Learning and Attention Deficit Disorders, 1999-2000
  • APA Accredited Clinical Internship- Medical College of Georgia and VA Medical Center Consortium, 1998-1999
  • Doctoral Degree in Clinical and Community Psychology                                            University of South Carolina, 1999
  • Undergraduate Degree- University of Vermont, 1990


Dr. Kane's education and training:

research experience

Dr. Kane has been involved in several  research projects including a study of the prevalence of mental health issues in children in rural areas and several studies related to the presentation of ADHD across the lifespan.   

Dr. Kane's research and clinical experience:

clinical experience

Dr. Kane has had a diverse range of clinical experience and has extensive experience in the area of comprehensive psychological evaluations.

  • Research Scientist and Licensed Psychologist- ADHD Clinic at UNCG, 2005-2015
  • Licensed Psychologist in NC, 2001- present