In Week One of 2022 ADHD Awareness Month, Thomas E. Brown, PhD talks about the process of assessing people for ADHD.
Women After 45: Why Do I have ADHD Symptoms Now?Read more and watch the video
ADHD symptoms are sometimes uncovered when women reach their mid-40s and older. Dr. Brown talks about the role changing hormones play in executive function.
How likely are you to inherit ADHD from a parent or grandparent?Read more and watch the video
It’s very likely to inherit ADHD because it runs in families.
What is an Evaluation for ADHD Like?Read more and watch the video
It’s a matter of finding out how your life resembles the diagnostic criteria for ADHD. It’s not scary.
About the speaker
Thomas E. Brown earned his PhD in Clinical Psychology at Yale University and served on the Yale faculty for 25 years. He is now Director of the Brown Clinic for Attention and Related Disorders in Manhattan Beach, CA, and Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at the University of California Riverside School of Medicine. He is an elected Fellow of the American Psychological Association, and has published numerous articles and seven books on ADHD. His website is www.BrownADHDclinic.com