Category Archives: Adult ADHD

Best ADHD Meds Overview and Specific Prescription Guidelines

includes information only a Very experienced with-stimulant-meds physician could have gathered, and several things I didn’t know – for instance, not to take it with vitamin C or soda pop/citric acid.   Read the full story , and Comment to let me … Continue reading

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E to a Very Talented Client with ADHD

  You’ve done Very well to get all this written.  And I agree, most of what you describe  comes directly from yr personal package of ADHD, & intermittent individual sessions will likely be useful {You’ve absorbed lots indirectly just by … Continue reading

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Adult ADHD/ADD: Signs to Consider

Keeping in mind that many other physical and/or psychological conditions can cause or contribute to attention problems, this list edited from Ed Hallowell, MD [see his many excellent ADHD publications], covers many typical signs of adult ADHD/ADD.  Everyone has some of … Continue reading

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My Heated Exchange with a Colleague’s Blog about Psychiatric Medications

First my comment, based on personal experience, then his reply.    You’re passionate as ever about your view of things and sometimes I get the impression that for you, your view is absolutely the only possible correct perspective.  My experience … Continue reading

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ADHD Meds Not Useful ? Responses To Sroufe’s Recent N.Y.Times opinion article

, A well-read client sent me this recent article, which has distressed many experiencing or otherwise concerned with the ADHD syndrome. The eminent Dr Hallowell wrote a response that expresses my view and concerns. I’ve been intensely discussing Stroud’s view … Continue reading

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Self Control — learning self-regulation

I’ve just  commented on Dan Ariely’s blog / recent post http://danariely.com/2011/05/15/wait-for-another-cookie/#comment-23186 ” Wait for another cookie ” clearly details strong  scientific support for teaching one’s self to delay gratification.  This has profound implications for those of us who want to quickly change powerful , undesireable habits … Continue reading

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Free 15 minute interview — A New Way to Get to Know Each Other

The other day for the first time , I offered someone  a brief , in-person interview without charge ,  to consider working together.  I really like doing things differently than usual or however I’ve done before ,  because that’s generally more creative , … Continue reading

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