Dr. Charles Parker, the author of New ADHD Medication Rules, brain science & common sense joins eHealth Radio and the Mental Health Channel.
Dr. Charles Parker is a nationally recognized speaker, neuroscientist and psychiatrist with 43 years of esperience that takes on the medical community and provides cutting-edge solutions to professionals, parents and patients.
Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Charles Parker discuss the following:
- What is ADHD? Is it real, imagined, or actually biologically based?
- How did your experience with SPECT brain imaging change your practice and your view of mind function?
- Why do so many have bias against ADHD meds and diagnosis?
- What are the real problems with current diagnostic categories?
- What are the problems with ADHD Medications?
- Why write New ADHD Medication Rules?
Dr Charles Parker - A writer, nationally recognized speaker, (Deep Recovery, ADHD Medication Rules, CorePsych Blog), a neuroscientist certified for SPECT brain imaging, and a practicing child and adult psychiatrist with more than 43 years of experience in clinical practice. From psychoanalysis to psychopharmacology, Parker brings a unique perspective and passion to the changes that must be made in the current diagnostic and treatment protocols for psychiatric conditions in general, and ADHD most specifically. He knows the territory not only from direct experience with active practice clients, but from those many years, since ’96, lecturing to medical colleagues on the science and applications of psychotropic meds for several pharma companies. His cutting edge interest in the dramatic advances in molecular and cellular physiology associated with effective brain function teach professionals and clients at every level about cognitive and emotional imbalance. Parker’s mission is compelling and persuasive: brain science translation into common sense packages for everyday use.
His CorePsych Blog has won numerous ADHD writing awards over the years, and set new standards for the diagnosis and treatment of Executive Function Disorders. This is his second book. Dr. Parker works and lives in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Related Web Site: www.drcharlesparker.com