Like all dedicated practitioners, CRG providers work hard to stay current about the latest research on clinical practices. We enjoy sharing articles with each other and discussing conference highlights and trends in the field over lunches and more formal meetings. In turn, we welcome the opportunity to disseminate this information to our families and colleagues, too. Recently, two CRG psychologists had their scholarly writing published in the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Independent Practitioner. Dr. Julie T. Steck, Ph.D., HSPP wrote a literature review about girls and women with ADHD. Because early research on ADHD focused on boys (who tend to have the hyperactive/impulsive version, unlike females), educators and diagnosing professionals are continuing to learn how to spot and refer girls and women who may have the less obvious inattentive subtype of the disorder. Dr. Steck provides a clear but comprehensive overview of this topic. You can read her article, “Underdiagnosed and Misunderstood: Females with ADHD” in the Spring 2017 issue (pp. 8-11). Dr. Steck provides related information in her CRG webinar, “ADHD: More than an Attention Problem,” which can be viewed here. Dr. Dana Lasek, Ph.D., HSPP is another prolific CRG psychologist who presents on numerous topics related to her clinical practice. Her literature review about the growing mental health crisis seen in college students was just published in the Fall 2017 issue (pp. 12-16). Dr. Lasek also conducted a CRG webinar on this topic along with Dr. David Parker. Their presentation, “The Emotional Health of College Students: Challenges and Supports,” can be viewed here.