Margo Adams Larsen, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist focused on the development of technology in practice and the regulatory considerations of this growing method of service delivery. She has provided educational training on these topics to a variety of audiences. She is an adjunct faculty member at the University of North Dakota Department of Psychology. Dr. Adams Larsen has served on the Joint APA/ASPPB/APAIT Telepsychology Taskforce and has been a member of the ASPPB Task Force on Telepsychology since 2011.
Dr. Adams Larsen is a graduate of Western Michigan University with a doctoral degree in clinical psychology. She completed her internship in pediatric psychology and pediatric neuropsychology at Children’s Hospital Columbus part of Ohio State University College of Medicine (now Nationwide Children’s). She has served in multiple roles on the ND State Board of Psychologist Examiners form 2006-2019.
Dr. Adams Larsen is currently Director of Research and Training at Virtually Better, Inc., a technology company dedicated to advancing the use of technology in behavioral healthcare. She maintains a small pediatric psychology practice implementing evidence-based techniques to address anxiety, depression, and general behavioral concerns, incorporating remote services via telecommunications technology. Dr. Adams Larsen presents nationally about virtual reality, ethics, telepractice, and regulatory issues.