All About ADHD Meds: Dr. Parker’s Free Ebook

Only Harry Potter fans have awaited a book as I’ve awaited Dr. Charles Parker’s forthcoming book on ADHD medication treatment strategies. Nothing has frustrated me more in ten years of advocacy than hearing meds-gone-awry stories. A solid getting-the-meds-right guide for patients and clinicians is long overdue.

lg_specialty_drug_faqsWith the full book still in the editing stage, Dr. Parker has made this abbreviated e-book available free: Predictable Solutions for the 10 Most Common Challenges with ADHD Medications. To download the book, visit this page on Dr. Parker’s Corepsychblog webite.

A sampling of challenges addressed in this booklet:

  • Problem #1: Overlooking Targets – Beyond Diagnostic Labels
  • Problem #2: Neglecting the Evidence of Metabolic Rate
  • Problem #3: Multiple Diagnoses, Emotional Baggage, and ADHD
  • Problem #5: Overlooking Bipolar with ADHD
  • Problem #7: Overlooking the Therapeutic Window

Read it and reap!

1 thought on “All About ADHD Meds: Dr. Parker’s Free Ebook”

  1. Gina,
    Gotta run as this is the day for my presentation on these matters at the Virtual ADHD Conference –

    The fact that you appreciate this material reassures me that I have hit the target with those on the front lines. You, my distant friend, are my favorite watchdog for the mumbo-jumbo, the dice rolling with ADHD treatments and meds. Thank you so much!

    The real ADHD road is out there in the streets and in the country, out there where the speakers don’t go, where folks are living as best they can without the latest findings, hoping to find a system that works for them and their families.

    Using the science, as you well know, does make medication work predictably, and the translations are simple for everyday application – useful even for the least informed. I do hope your readers take a look at this ebook, and look forward to their comments on any level.

    Many thanks!
    Chuck

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