ADDitude ADHD Experts Podcast

Listen to “Medication Management: How to Use and Adjust Stimulants Safely” with William Dodson, M.D.

In this podcast, William Dodson, M.D., explains why stimulants are the treatment of choice, not the last resort, for ADHD symptoms.

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Listen to “Medication Management: How to Use and Adjust Stimulants Safely” with William Dodson, M.D.

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William Dodson, M.D., explains how to use and adjust stimulants for maximum effectiveness.

Listener testimonials:

  • “Thank you! I will watch the recorded session again, lots to get out of this”
  • “The seminar was the best to date!! The doctor really knew his stuff and it was great to hear him discuss the differences between generic and brand name and also the advice to not take the medication with ascorbic acid!! Great tips and great presentation!!”
  • “OMG. Finally someone describes what I see with my adult ADD patients. No BS! I love it.”

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This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live on  June 7, 2016. ADDitude thanks our sponsors for supporting our webinars. Sponsorship has no influence on speaker selection or webinar content.

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Updated on July 9, 2020

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