David Reitman, Ph.D. is a Professor of Psychology at Nova Southeastern University's College of Psychology and the Director of the ADHD Assessment Consultation and Treatment (AACT) Program.
Dr. Reitman is the author of nearly 50 publications concerned with child behavioral problems, behavior management, and parenting practices. He serves on the editorial board of several journals concerned with child behavior therapy and behavioral disorders, and recently completed editing 2 books concerned with child assessment. Dr. Reitman also supervises students in the Psychology Services Center at the College of Psychology. Since 2003, the ADHD Assessment, Consultation and Treatment Program (AACT) has served over 200 youths and their families.
Dr. Reitman's prior research and consulting activities have resulted in a number of collaborations with large organizations serving children, most notably Head Start Programs (in Mississippi and Louisiana) and, most recently, with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Broward County. Dr. Reitman has also served as consultant to the Children's Services Council of Broward County and frequently conducts trainings on logic modeling and outcome evaluation for 'Out of School' providers. Dr. Reitman has served as the Director of Project RISE since its inception in 2005.