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ADHD Webinar: How Our Understanding of ADHD Is Changing with Dr. Thomas Brown

Thomas Brown, Ph.D., answers all of your questions about common ADHD assumptions that have been proven wrong.

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Thomas E. Brown, Ph.D., is assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at the Yale University School of Medicine, and associate director of the Yale Clinic for Attention and Related Disorders. He is author of the new book A New Understanding of ADHD in Children and Adults: Executive Function Impairments and Attention Deficit Disorder: The Unfocused Mind in Children and Adults. Learn more about Dr. Thomas Brown at www.drthomasebrown.com.

In his How Our Understanding of ADHD Is Changing Webinar, Dr. Brown addresses the topics of...

  • New insights on how the ADHD brain develops and functions
  • Why those with ADHD have additional emotional disorders more often than others
  • Common assumptions about ADHD that have been proven wrong
  • Plus, receive access to the slides accompanying Dr. Brown's Webinar and links to the top ADHD treatment resources

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  • "This webinar was incredibly educational. I enjoyed hearing what Dr. Brown had to say and learned a lot. Thank you, Dr. Brown."

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  • "The topics Dr. Brown covered were both helpful and informative. I wish there were more doctors and therapists who really understand ADHD like Dr. Thomas Brown does."

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