Maggie Sibley

Associate Professor

Psychiatry and Behavioral Health; Center for Children and Families

Office: AHC1 246

Phone: 305-348-3005


Dr Sibley's research addresses the need to develop and disseminate age-appropriate and feasible psychosocial interventions for adolescents with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). She and her colleagues currently conduct two federally-funded clinical trials that evaluate new models of behavioral treatment delivery for these youth. In addition, Dr Sibley has researched and published several papers on improving the diagnostic assessment of ADHD in children, adolescents, and adults. Some of her work also addresses the adolescent and young adult outcomes of children diagnosed with ADHD who were followed longitudinally into adulthood. Dr Sibley directs the Summer Treatment Program- Adolescent and the Supporting Teens' Academic Needs Daily (STAND program) at the Florida International University (FIU) Center for Children and Families. Dr Sibley is a native of Miami who received her undergraduate education at Wake Forest University and completed a Master's Degree in Psychological Sciences from James Madison University. In 2012, she completed her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the State University of New York at Buffalo, as an American Psychological Foundation Fellow, with national recognition for her dissertation research. After completing her internship in Clinical Psychology at FIU, she joined the Psychiatry and Behavioral Health faculty with a commitment to research that betters the well-being and quality of care for families of individuals with ADHD.

Research Areas

  • Psychosocial treatments for adolescents with ADHD
  • Diagnostic assessment for ADHD and comorbid problems


  • PhD, Clinical Psychology, State University of New York at Buffalo
  • MA, Psychological Sciences, James Madison University
  • BA, Political Science, Wake Forest University