David Conant-Norville, MD

Physician, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Hillsboro & Pendleton

Dr. David Conant-Norville is a lifelong Oregonian. While he ventured south to attend Stanford University for undergraduate school, he would return to attend medical school at Oregon Health and Sciences University (OHSU) in Portland. 

After completing a residency program in Psychiatry and a fellowship program in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at OHSU, Dr. Conant-Norville and his family moved to Pendleton, Oregon, where he became the first Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist to live and work.

Dr. Conant-Norville regularly returns to eastern Oregon since moving back to Portland in 1993, as he currently staffs the Mind Matters, P.C. Pendleton clinic once a week. He enjoys using video conferencing technology to connect with his Umatilla County patients; a technology he has worked diligently to pioneer for psychiatric use since 1999.  

Dr. Conant-Norville has developed a passion for sports psychiatry, and has authored multiple articles on the connection between ADHD and youth sports.  He currently serves on the board of the International Society for Sports Psychiatry (ISSP), as well as acting chair of the Technology & Communications Committee and Youth Sports Committee.  

Dr. Conant-Norville is a psychiatric consultant to the United States Anti-Doping Agency, as well as the PGA and LPGA Tour Anti-Doping Program.  Dr. Conant-Norville is past president of the Oregon Council of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, as well as the Oregon Psychiatric Physicians Association.

In 2001, Dr. Conant-Norville co-founded Mind Matters, P.C., and he currently serves as Vice President, as well as Clinical Director for both the Hillsboro and Pendleton clinics. In his free time, Dr. Conant-Norville enjoys studying Taekwondo, running, biking, and getting outdoors to enjoy Oregon with his family and friends.

 

LICENSURES & CERTIFICATIONS

  • Board Member, American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, as well as General Psychiatry

  • Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Oregon Health and Sciences University

 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

  • Staff Member, Providence St. Vincent Hospital

  • American Psychiatric Association

  • Oregon Psychiatric Physicians Association

  • American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

  • Oregon Council of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

  • American Medical Association

  • Oregon Medical Association

  • Washington County Medical Society