It’s a complicated world these days, and many of us are struggling to navigate through it with grace. And that’s before we deal with issues that come up because of the ADHD in our families. So there’s no better time to learn from the experience and wisdom of Dr. Ned Hallowell than now. This conversation will guide you to shift your approach to some of the decisions you need to make, and encourage you to take a bigger picture to allow for creativity and opportunity to thrive in your home — yes, even in the midst of a pandemic. What should you be focusing on in terms of education, screen time, and other parenting challenges? Tune in to hear what the good doctor recommends.
Edward (Ned) Hallowell, M.D., is a board-certified child and adult psychiatrist, leading authority in the field of ADHD, the host of “Distraction” – a podcast for thriving in this CrazyBusy world, NY Times best-selling author, world-renowned speaker and the founder of The Hallowell Centers in Boston MetroWest, NYC, Palo Alto, San Francisco and Seattle. Dr. Hallowell has authored twenty books on various psychological topics, including ADHD, the power of the human connection, raising happy children, worry, and managing your “crazybusy” life and his memoir, Because I Come From A Crazy Family: The Making Of A Psychiatrist. His next book co-authored with Dr. Ratey, ADHD 2.0 , is available to pre-order (release date January, 2021.) Dr. Hallowell is a highly recognized public figure and has appeared on major TV show including Oprah, Dr. Oz, Good Morning America; Today; 60 Minutes and CNN and interviewed for The New York Times, Newsweek, Time and many other leading publications.