Dr. Greg Everett
Education: Ph.D., 2005
Gregory E. Everett is Associate Professor, full-time psychology faculty member, and director of the Attention and Behavior Clinic located within the Department of Psychology. He obtained his Ph.D. in school psychology from the University of Southern Mississippi in 2005. Dr. Everett completed both his predoctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship through the Department of Behavioral Psychology at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD. Such training was completed through rotations in both the Behavior Management Clinic and the Child and Family Therapy Clinic where he provided direct clinical services, parent training, and consultation to children, adolescents, and their families on an outpatient basis.
Dr. Everett’s research interests center on the application of behavior analytic principles to the behavioral and academic difficulties of children. Specific areas of interest include the identification and remediation of behavior problems in young children, functionally based behavioral interventions, as well as empirically supported academic interventions. Dr. Everett has published several articles and book chapters related to these topics and has presented his findings at several professional conferences including the annual meetings of both the National Association of School Psychologists and the Association for Behavior Analysis. Dr. Everett is a member of the American Psychological Association, National Association of School Psychologists, and Illinois School Psychologists Association in which he serves as a member of the Governing Board. Dr. Everett is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Illinois.
Dr. Everett teaches courses in school psychology including cognitive assessment of children and adolescents, response to intervention, and psychoeducational assessment and intervention, as well as undergraduate courses including child psychology and psychological tests and measures.
Dr. Everett is available to assist students who are interested in clinical child and school psychology.