Peter Jensen, MD
Dr. Jensen's major areas of work and research emphasis include the integration of research findings into clinical settings, effectiveness and dissemination research, and studies of optimal approaches to facilitate the adoption of evidence-based mental health approaches by practitioners and parents on behalf of children with mental disorders.
- President, Chief Executive Officer, and Founder, the REACH Institute, New York, NY
- Codirector, Division of Child Psychiatry and Psychology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
- MD, 1978, George Washington University Medical School
- Manos, M.J., Brams, M., Childress, A.C., Findling, R.L.; Lopez, F.A.; Jensen, P.S. (2011). Changes in emotions related to medication used to treat ADHD. Part I: Literature revew. Journal of Attention Disorders, 15(2), 101-112.
- Manos, M.J., Brams, M., Childress, A.C., Findling, R.L.; Lopez, F.A.; Jensen, P.S. (2011). Changes in emotions related to medication used to treat ADHD. Part II: Clinical approaches. Journal of Attention Disorders, 15(2), 113-121.
- Jensen, P. & Foster, M. (2010). Closing the research to practice gap in children's mental health: Structures, solutions, and strategies. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 37(1-2), 111-119.
- Pecora, P.J., Jensen, P.S., Romanelli, L.H., Jackson, L.J., & Ortiz, A. (2009). Mental health services for children placed in foster care: An overview of current challenges. Child Welfare: Journal of Policy, Practice, and Program, 88(1), 5-26.
- Jensen, P.S., Abikoff, H., & Brown, T.E. (2009). Tailoring treatments for individuals with ADHD and their families. In T.E. Brown (Ed.), ADHD comorbidities: Handbook for ADHD complications in children and adults (pp. 415-428). Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.