Stephen L. Soffer, PhD

Areas of Expertise: Assessment and treatment of ADHD, disruptive behavior, and learning disabilities, Assisting parents in collaborating with school personnel to address behavioral and learning problems at school., Parent training to improve parent-child interactions
Locations: Psychiatry and Behavioral Science in University City, PA; Specialty Care & Surgery Center, Voorhees
Appointments and Referrals: 1-800-TRY-CHOP (1-800-879-2467)

  • Education and Training

    Internship

    University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Baltimore, Md.

    Fellowship

    University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Adolescent Medicine, Baltimore, Md.

    Graduate Degree

    Hahnemann University - PhD in Clinical Psychology

  • Titles and Academic Titles

    Psychologist

    Director, Outpatient Services

  • Centers and Programs
  • Research Interests
    Behavioral treatment of ADHD Complementary and alternative treatments for ADHD Behavioral interventions for disruptive behavioral disorders Learning disorders
  • Publications

    Posters and Presentations

    Power, T. J., Blom-Hoffman, J., Soffer, S. L., & Werba, B. (2002, February). Promoting family school success for children with ADHD. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the National Association of School Psychologists, Chicago, IL.

    Soffer, S. L. (2001, March). Behavior change strategies across school and home settings. Presentation for the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit, Norristown, PA.

    Soffer, S. L. Overview of DSM-IV for children and adolescents. Workshop presented for the Pennsylvania Council of Children, Youth, and Family Services, Philadelphia, PA. (multiple presentation dates).

    Soffer, S. L. (2002, March). Homework and organizational strategies for students with ADHD. Presentation for Doylestown Health and Wellness Center, Doylestown, PA.

    Soffer, S. L. (2003, March). Complementary and alternative treatments for ADHD. Presentation for the 23rd Annual Conference on the Future of Psychology in the Schools at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.