Dr. Jeanne Stolzer is a professor at the University of Nebraska, and a passionate and outspoken advocate for children. She teaches courses in infant, child, and adolescent development, and child and adolescent behavior. She is particularly interested in issues like ADHD, breastfeeding, and parenting, and has conducted extensive research on these and other topics. She has published numerous articles in medical journals, and regularly delivers presentations to academic and lay groups.
Dr. Stolzer is a frequent guest on radio shows and other media, where she discusses the negative consequences of psychiatric diagnoses in children and the inadvisability of medicating children with psychiatric drugs. She challenges the current medical model which views normal childhood behaviors into pathological conditions that require “treatment.”