Faculty - CAP Fellowship

Faculty & guests Woodcock Lecture
CAP Faculty & Guests Woodcock Lecture with Adam Phillips 2019

Assistant Professor, QI Director & Medical Director at LifeWorks NW

Clinical interests: Community psychiatry and healthcare systems, early adversity, underserved populations, public health

Associate Professor, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Journal Club

Clinical & Research Interests: ADHD, immigrant youth, psychiatric education, primary care consultation

Associate Program Director, Attending Unity Center for Behavioral Health

Interests: Forensics, Community Justice, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 

Attending, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Division

Clinical & Research Interests: first episode psychosis

Trillium Family Services site coordinator

Division Director, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Division
Director, Case Conference and Theory


Clinical & Research Interests: psychotherapy, Tourette's disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, complex case consultation, advocacy, systems improvements, early childhood initiatives

Director, Consultation Liaison Service

Clinical & Research Interests: pediatric sleep medicine, child & adolescent psychiatric emergency care, anxiety disorders

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, School of Medicine, Clinical Psychologist, Psychiatry, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, School of Medicine

My primary research interests are complementary and integrative interventions for attention, mood, and anxiety issues in children and adults. Currently, I am running a study on supplementation with broad-spectrum micronutrients (vitamins+minerals) in children with ADHD, the Micronutrients for ADHD in Youth, (MADDY) Study. In addition to behavior changes, the SNACK Lab team is examining participants' biological samples in order to begin understanding for whom and why the intervention works. We analyze participants' biological samples in order to identify biomarkers of treatment response. I have conducted research on mindfulness strategies to reduce stress and improve mood in adolescents, and have looked at childhood factors that impact response to depression treatment in adults.

Principal Investigator, Stress, Cognition, Affect, and Neuroimaging Lab

Clinical & Research Interests: neuropsychological testing, interpersonal trauma/childhood maltreatment, mood disorders, anxiety, dyadic therapy and work with young children 0-5

Medical Director, Crisis & Transition Services (CATS) 

Clinical & Research Interests: primary care consultation, psychotherapy, consultation liaison care, ACE scores and trauma, long-term costs and outcomes of patients discharged from ED versus inpatient

Director, Pediatric Neuropsychology
Principal Investigator, Developmental Brain Imaging Lab


Clinical & Research Interests: neuropsychological testing, normative adolescent neurodevelopment, neurobiological, cognitive, and behavioral markers of risk for psychopathology, drug and alcohol abuse

Attending Consultation Liaison Service

Clinical & Research Interest: forensics

Daniel Nicoli was born and raised as an Oregonian. He completed his General Psychiatry Residency at Oregon Health & Science University and a Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at the University of Colorado Denver. While in Colorado, he got involved with mental health advocacy. He testified on behalf of the Colorado Psychiatric Society before a Colorado congressional committee on marijuana legislation and met with elected officials in Washington DC to discuss a variety of issues. He also gave multiple talks at schools and community health organizations on the topic of substance abuse and its effect on the developing brain. Following this fellowship, he returned to OHSU and completed a Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship where he began working with the Oregon Psychiatric Physician’s Association legislative committee and is now its co-chair. He currently works on the child and adolescent psychiatry consultation-liaison service and bridge clinic.

Director, Division of Psychology
Principal Investigator, ADHD & Attention Research Lab


Clinical & Research Interests: neuropsychological testing, ADHD's role as a gateway for dysregulatory mental and physical health conditions, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral phenotyping

Associate Program Director, Attending Faculty, Consultation Liaison Service, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Division

Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, School of Medicine

Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program, School of Medicine

Dr. Reigeluth is an associate professor and psychologist in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. He is passionate about providing evidence based therapy to kids and teens. His clinical areas of specialization include trauma, anxiety, mood disorders, and externalizing presentations. In addition to individual therapy, Dr. Reigeluth provides group, family, and parent-focused interventions. He has a strong background in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Trauma-Focused CBT, Exposure and Response Prevention, Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions, and Collaborative Problem Solving. 

In addition to clinical work, Dr. Reigeluth teaches and supports the training and supervision of child and adolescent psychiatry fellows and clinical psychology doctoral students.

Dr. Reigeluth’s research has focused on the psychology of boys and ways that dominant masculine gender socialization messages can influence boys’ functioning and well-being. He is the author of the “The Masculinity Workbook for Teens: Discover What Being a Guy Means to You.” Dr. Reigeluth served on the working group on boys and men’s suicide prevention guidelines for the Oregon Health Authority.

In his free time, Dr. Reigeluth enjoys hiking, travel, and time with family.

Supervisor, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Consultation Clinic & Medical Director of Oregon Psychiatric Access Line about Kids (OPAL-K)

Unity Center for Behavioral Health

Medical Director & Rotation Director, Unity Center for Behavioral Health

Clinical & Research Interests: inpatient psychiatric care, ADHD, primary care consultation

Training Director, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship

Clinical & Research Interests: medical humanities, mentalization-based treatment, first-episode psychosis programming, problematic interactions in the intensive care setting

Director, Outpatient Clinic, Psychotherapy Seminar, Attending & Supervisor for Residents & Fellows, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Division

Clinical & Research Interests: psychotherapy, obsessive compulsive & related disorders, mood disorders