When it comes to ADHD, it is easy to focus on attentional deficits to the exclusion of other symptoms. ADHD patients often struggle with irritability and aggression, symptoms that can impact social functioning, stymie therapeutic trajectories, and disrupt a healthy home dynamic. Fortunately, low-dose nutritional lithium – an essential, natural mineral with clinically proven neuroprotective properties – is effective in addressing the irritability and aggression that often appears alongside attentional issues but is too often overlooked in ADHD patients.
Join renowned functional psychiatry expert Dr. James Greenblatt in exploring the incredible properties and therapeutic potentials of low-dose lithium for ADHD.
A pioneer in the field of integrative medicine, James M. Greenblatt, MD, has treated patients since 1988. After receiving his medical degree and completing his psychiatry residency at George Washington University, Dr. Greenblatt completed a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at Johns Hopkins Medical School. Dr. Greenblatt currently serves as the Chief Medical Officer at Walden Behavioral Care in Waltham, MA and serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Tufts University School of Medicine and Dartmouth College Geisel School of Medicine. In April of 2017, Dr. Greenblatt was inducted into the Orthomolecular Medicine Hall of Fame by the International Society of Orthomolecular Medicine. He is author of 7 books, including Finally Focused, Nutritional Lithium: A Cinderella Story, Answers to Anorexia, Integrative Medicine for Alzheimer’s, Integrative Medicine for Binge Eating, and Integrative Medicine for Depression, and co-editor with Kelly Brogan, MD of the textbook Integrative Therapies for Depression. Dr. Greenblatt is the founder of Psychiatry Redefined, an educational platform dedicated to the transformation of psychiatry. Psychiatry Redefined offers online CME-approved courses, webinars, and fellowships for professionals to learn about functional and integrative medicine for mental illness. Please visit www.PsychiatryRedefined.org or www.JamesGreenblattMD.com for more information.