Frank W. Gaskill is a licensed psychologist who specializes in Asperger's, effective parenting, and how technology and kids can interface successfully.[1] He is a founding partner at Southeast Psych, a large psychology practice in Charlotte, North Carolina.[2] Gaskill is the co-author of Max Gamer (Hero House Publishing), a graphic novel endorsed by Temple Grandin[citation needed] about Asperger’s.

Education and experience

Gaskill received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in Psychology and School Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has served clinical populations in both residential and outpatient settings. While at UNC – Chapel Hill, he completed psychology training within the Chapel Hill/Carrboro School System, the Moore County School System, Dorothea Dix Hospital’s Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic, and John Umstead Hospital’s Butner Adolescent Treatment Center. He completed his internship at The Devereux Foundation in Devon, Pennsylvania, and later served as their Primary Therapist and Senior Research Psychologist for the Institute for Clinical Training and Research (ICTR).

Publications and presentations

Gaskill is the co-author of Max Gamer, a graphic novel about Asperger’s. His work has been featured in USA Today[3], MSNBC[4], and newspapers around the country.[5] Gaskill gives approximately 15 presentations/conferences per year across the southeast covering topics such as Asperger’s and “E-parenting."[6] [7]


  1. Attachment & Trauma Network, Inc. "Therapist List". Retrieved 2012-06-07
  2. "Video Games". Retrieved 2012-06-07
  3. Jayson, S. "It's cooler than ever to be a tween, but is childhood lost?" USA Today. Retrieved 2012-06-07
  4. Jayson, S. "So cool! Tweens are emerging generation". MSNBC. Retrieved 2012-06-07
  5. Sheridan, A. "4 ways to keep track of your teens, and their smart phones". WCNC. Retrieved 2012-06-07
  6. "Growing Healthy Families Fall Conference". Things To Do in Your City. Retrieved 2012-06-07
  7. DeMuro, B. "This week on A Healthier Charlotte: Financial Health". CLT Blog. Retrieved 2012-06-07

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