Gail Flanigan, Ph.D.
12 Norcross Street
Returning to private practice after 15 years in both private and public school systems, she now coaches adolescents and adults with ADHD to help build strategies for success and serves as a special education advocate.
Dr. Gail Flanigan is an educational psychologist with over 25 years’ experience working in the field of education and learning disabilities. Her professional experience includes working with children in special needs classrooms, staff development, psychoeducational testing, and university teaching. She has presented both nationally and internationally on topics of learning differences, differentiated instruction, ADHD, executive functioning and cognitive development.
Education and Certifications:
She is an active member of CHADD, the Learning and the Brain Society and the American Psychological Association. As a parent of two children with learning differences, she is a strong advocate for children with special needs. Dr. Flanigan has also served on several boards. Most recently, she served on the board of a school in Roswell, Georgia that serves children with dyslexia and other language-based learning differences.