Tag: David W. Goodman

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May2020
When a pattern is not seen, then chaos is perceived. I was invited by PeerVoice, an international medical newsletter from Luxembourg, to write about the psychological pattern of adaptation to crisis and perceived chaos. While the duration of psychological stages may be different amongst individuals, there is a predictable pattern of ... Read More

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May2020
There is a tremendous international need for accurate diagnoses of ADHD in adults. With so few clinicians around the world trained in ADHD, people ask me to see them. With telepsychiatry, this now becomes a possibility. Visit us at www.ADDadult.com. I recently conducted a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation of a 22 year ... Read More

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Apr2020
If you were recently diagnosed with ADHD as an adult, I invite you to listen to this webinar. I was asked to speak online LIVE for the Children and Adults with ADHD Association (CHADD) Webinar Series "Ask the Expert". I discussed the benefits of ADHD treatment as they unfold over ... Read More
April 24, 2020David W. Goodman, MD

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Apr2020
As an internationally recognized expert in this field, I would like people to review my credentials and understand how my expert reputation has developed over 30+ years of patient care, research, peer reviewed publications, national and international speaker, peer-publication reviewer, author, faculty and teacher for psychiatric residents at Johns ... Read More
April 24, 2020David W. Goodman, MD

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Feb2020
The Wall Street Journal published an article on ADHD in older adults over age 50. Quoted in the article, I helped provide important information on this subject. Highlighting why ADHD needs to be considered in older adults complaining of cognitive difficulties, the article serves to increase public awareness on a ... Read More
February 26, 2020David W. Goodman, MD

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Feb2020
Distinguishing clinical depression from ADHD in adults may be difficult for patients and clinicians. Adults with ADHD may complain about being depressed because they are about to lose their job, get separated from their spouse, or some other "really bad thing" happening in their lives. This "bad" circumstance may have ... Read More
February 26, 2020David W. Goodman, MD

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Mar2019
Stimulants for ADHD and risk of psychosis has been a clinical concern but the risk has thought to be quite low. Dr. Goodman's comments about the study can be read here. The recent New England Journal of Medicine study has demonstrated the risk of psychosis with amphetamines is 0.2% and ... Read More
March 22, 2019David W. Goodman, MD

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Apr2017
National Public Radio  interviewed me this week to comment on a research publication about a revised adult ADHD screener developed in coordination with the World Health Organization. What the journalist didn't know at the time, that I will share with you, is that I was a pre-publication peer reviewer on ... Read More

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Aug2016
Psychiatric Times interviewed Dr. Goodman about the unrecognized prevalence of ADHD in adults over age 50. The Psychiatric Times, , a profession psychiatric print newspaper, is  distributed to 30, 000 U.S. psychiatrists. You can listen to the concise 6 minute interview and learn more about ADHD that persists throughout one ... Read More
August 16, 2016David W. Goodman, MD

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Jun2013
The June 2013 issue of Women’s Health magazine includes an article by S. Subramanian on ADHD in women. This is a long and insightful article highlighting the ADHD issues that specifically arise in women’s lives and relationships. I was honored to be interviewed and quoted in the article along with other ... Read More