Matthew Gormley Assistant Professor, School of Psychology

Matthew Gormley is an assistant professor of school psychology in the Department of Educational Psychology. His research interests focus on the development and evaluation of individual interventions, intervention packages, and service delivery models for individuals at risk for, and diagnosed with, ADHD. He is particularly interested in the development and application of individualized and continuous supports across major and minor transitions within, to, and from academic settings. Additionally, Gormley has experience working in schools, specialty clinics (e.g., ADHD, Cystic Fibrosis), and integrated primary care settings. He is interested in the intersections and collaborations between families, schools, and healthcare systems through improving the health literacy of school-based school psychologists and the integration of school psychologists into primary care offices. Gormley completed his pre-doctoral internship at the Munroe-Meyer Institute in the Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology in Omaha, Nebraska and his post-doctoral fellowship at Geisinger Health System in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania.