Patrick J. Kilcarr, Ph.D. is the Director of Georgetown University's Center for Personal Development. He was also the founder and executive director of the Georgetown Outdoor Adventure Leadership School (G.O.A.L.S.). The Leadership school continues to train a select group of Georgetown students to lead group based outdoor adventure trips as well as facilitate team building and group initiative training throughout the University and in the surrounding community.
Dr. Kilcarr received a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy and a Doctorate in Developmental and Organizational Psychology through the Prestigious Institute for Child Study, University of Maryland. Dr. Kilcarr presents workshops on the multiple issues affiliated with AD/HD, Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA) and Post-Secondary issues related of alcohol and other drug use. Recent workshops have concentrated on the developmental impact of AD/HD as related to the individual who has AD/HD, the family and community.
Dr. Kilcarr co-authored a critically acclaimed book, Voices from Fatherhood:
Fathers, Sons, and ADHD Voices from Fatherhood on the relationship that
exists between fathers and their sons who have AD/HD. He has also authored
multiple book chapters and articles specifically on issues related to