Treatment & Services
- Acceptance Commitment Therapy
- Adolescent Health
- Behavioral Intervention
- Center for Pediatric Behavioral Health
- Clinical Behavioral Pediatrics
- Parent Guidance and Training
- Pediatric Neuroscience
Specialty in Diseases & Conditions
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Adult
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Education & Professional Highlights
Education & Fellowships
Fellowship - University Hospitals of Cleveland
Cleveland, OH USA
Medical Education - University of Arizona
Special Ed. - Clinical Psychology
Tucson, AZ USA
Internship - University of California Los Angeles, Neuropsychiatric Institute
Los Angeles, CA USA
Graduate School - John Carroll University
University Heights, OH USA
Undergraduate - Northwestern University
Evanston, IL USA
adults with ADHD, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, behavioral pediatrics, clinical behavioral pediatrics, family management, pharmacotherapy research
Awards & Honors
- 2007 Keith Conners Award for Scholarly Contribution. Paper published in Journal of Attention Disorders. Developmental and subtype differences in behavioral assets and problems in children diagnosed with ADHD.
- 2006 Chairmen’s Award for Commitment to Clinical Research. Children’s Hospital, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH.
- 1983 Promising Researcher. Prevention Research Branch, Division of Special Mental Health Programs, National Institute of Mental Health, Rockville, MD.
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49 Patient Satisfaction Reviews
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9 Patient Comments
Reviewed on May 9, 2022
I have recommended Dr. Manos to friends of mine who have children with ADHD
Reviewed on May 2, 2022
This video visit was primarily to collect information for Dr. Manos to be able to make a diagnosis in combination with the questionnaires that were submitted. He was very thorough and was very knowledgeable about the situations that we are dealing with. His insight is greatly appreciated.
Reviewed on Mar 29, 2022
Dr Manos is very genial but thorough and efficient. And pretty funny. He lived up to his excellent reputation, and gave me tremendous clarity and encouragement.
Reviewed on Mar 22, 2022
Dr. Manos was very thorough in his evaluation but he was very procedural and not very warm. We accomplished what we needed to in the appointment time, so it still served the intended purpose. However, I entered the appointment feeling a bit stressed and nervous about the evaluation and wished Dr. Manos was a bit more warm and friendly as it would have put me more at ease.
Reviewed on Feb 16, 2022
Dr. Manos was very straight forward and kind.
Reviewed on Feb 11, 2022
Not great. Doctor wasn't very warm and it wasn't a comfortable situation. I felt I couldn't answer honestly or be myself completely.
Reviewed on Dec 6, 2021
I felt like Dr Manos was bored the entire visit, very condescending, and was unwilling to listen to my concerns as a patient. One of the worst patient/provider interactions I have ever had. He showed no empathy or concern during my 1.5 hour long visit with him.
Reviewed on Oct 26, 2021
Dr. Manos was amazing. In a 15 minute zoom session (after my initial 1 hr session a week or two before), he gave me tools and advice that are literally making my life better. His help is making me a better employee, a better Dad, and overall a better person. I was referred to Dr. Manos just to get an official diagnosis for my ADHD. But during the second appointment he taught me things about this "difference: not disorder!" that are going to help me for the rest of my life. Give this guy whatever he needs to be able to help as many patients as possible, because he's great at what he does.
Reviewed on Aug 31, 2021
This appointment was very hard for me, facing a lot of my trauma and realizing things I didn't understand about myself. Dr. Manos was very professional and empathetic.
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