Doubt, fear and frustration are common feelings before and after a child or adult is diagnosed with ADHD. Dawn Brown, MD, psychiatrist and the MD with ADHD, moves listeners from feeling dissed as you discard the common view of ADHD as a mental health disability and transform your child’s (and the family’s) life into the bliss that comes with a lifestyle optimized for Amaze-Ability™. Supermoms, superdads, kids and adults use these proven strategies, tools, and resources to determine what is possible in a life touched by ADHD. Become one of the real-life success stories like the ones you hear on From ADHD to Amaze-Ability™.
4 Steps to Getting an Official ADHD Diagnosis
This episode provides Dr. Dawn’s perspective on the importance of using the “standard of care” approach to obtain a proper ADHD diagnosis. She breaks down the process into 4 simple steps any parent or adult can use as a guide, to ensure an accurate ADHD diagnosis is made and a safe and effective treatment plan is discussed.
Why Your Journey from ADHD to Amaze-Ability™ is Important.
This episode discusses why it is important to embrace your own journey of living with ADHD. No two person's condition is the same as each require different management tools.
Signs that your child may have ADHD
This episode provides information on how to recognize common signs and symptoms that your child may have ADHD and debunks common myths associated with the condition.
Sometimes it can be a challenge to find the bright side of having ADHD, especially when it is commonly viewed in our world as taboo. The “defined” symptoms of ADHD can sound like a list of traits you’d rather avoid. But, these deficits can also be seen as strengths.
Dr. Dawn Brown, MD, invites you to change your perspective of ADHD. Discover how ADHD symptoms can have a positive role in an individual’s life and lead them to a place of Amaze-Ability.™
A Supermom’s Hospitality: How “Re-balance” Removed ADHD as the Unwanted House Guest
In this episode, I enjoyed the hospitality of one of the amazing grandmoms of a child with ADHD who knows how lonely, tiring and frustrating it can feel with ADHD as the unwanted house guest. Ms. Cecilia discussed how ADHD became a territorial invader: it disrupted home routines, consumed energy and patience, and caused strained relationships. After finding support from other moms she regained control over ADHD’s influence and shifted her priorities to better self-care, and life “re-balance.”
A Pediatrician’s Perspective on ADHD: Interview with Jarret Patton, MD
When a child has a behavioral problem or a learning disability, a parent may feel stuck. Dr. Dawn Brown interviews Dr. Jarret Patton, pediatrician, for his perspective on how to get unstuck. Learn where to start and what questions to ask when you suspect ADHD. Find out what to do when conflicting recommendations arise from the primary care doctor and the psychiatrist. Learn how to improve communication between a child’s providers. Get insight on how parents can help their child reach Amaze-Ability™.
The ADHD expert with ADHD herself!
Dr Dawn’s is in a unique position.
Her insights on ADHD come from not only being a psychiatrist dealing with ADHD patients but by actually having ADHD herself.
This is a great podcast. I rarely review podcasts, as funnily enough I have ADHD and always plan to do it at some other time. I’m now taking time out to review some great shows that deserve better recognition as they really are so helpful.
Thank you Dr Dawn, I hope to hear more from you in 2019!