Dr. Greg Fabiano earned his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from SUNY at Geneseo. Following a year working in a research lab focused on cutting-edge ADHD research, he enrolled at the University at Buffalo's clinical psychology doctoral program. During graduate school he was involved in many formative experiences that related to the effective treatment of youth with challenging behaviors. Following a year-long clinical internship at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, he was hired at the University at Buffalo's Graduate School of Education, Department of Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology.
Dr. Fabiano has developed interventions specific for youth with ADHD in special education, for fathers of youth with ADHD, and teenage drivers with ADHD. He has experience working with youth across the developmental spectrum in preschool, elementary, school, middle school, and high school. He has over 50 peer-reviewed publications in scholarly journals, and his work has been funded by multiple federal agencies. He is the developer of a family-focused driving intervention for teens with ADHD, a parenting program that helps fathers support their child with ADHD, and he has done extensive work consulting with schools and developing school-based interventions. Dr. Fabiano has also worked individually with adults with ADHD. His research was recognized in 2007 with the White House's Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.
As a licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Fabiano has a small private practice in Amherst, NY. He currently resides in the area with his wife and three children ages 10, 7, and 3.