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The Neuroscience Education Institute (NEI) is committed to help raise the standard of mental health by providing imaginative medical education that focuses on the highest level of learning. Each episode offers an opportunity to learn about current issues in psychiatry from key opinion leaders in the medical field. NEI's Podcast would be of value to anyone with an interest in neuropsychiatric diseases and psychopharmacology.
 
Since 2010, Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright have offered support, life management strategies, and time and technology tips, dedicated to anyone looking to take control while living with ADHD.
 
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Did you know that 20% of hospitalizations for adverse drug events are caused by drug interactions? In this episode, we talk to Dr. Patrick Finley, an expert in drug interactions and pharmacokinetics. Learn about the major factors that affect or alter the pharmacokinetic stages of drug metabolism. Explore more about cytochrome P450s and why they ...…
 
There aren’t many practitioners writing about today’s topic. Unless, that is, you look up the collected works of Dr. Bill Dodson. Dr. Dodson is an award-winning board-certified psychiatrist and specialist in adult ADHD and his contributions to the study of Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria bring him to the show today. According to Dr. Dodson, nearl ...…
 
Living with ADHD can be exhausting. But even at the end of a long day, responsibilities pile up. How do you recharge to stay focused... when your focus has lost its focus? This week’s show is anchored around a recent article by friend-of-the-show Casey Dixon. Her ideas were inspirational for us and spurred our conversation today. Plus, thanks t ...…
 
In this episode, we go behind the scenes of this year’s annual American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA) meeting and interview Dr. Mary Moller on a presentation she will be jointly delivering with Dr. Kate Wheeler, titled “A Third Nervous System? Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!” We discuss how to incorporate the polyvagal theory of trau ...…
 
Adult Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a life-long disorder that may not be diagnosed until much later in life. Symptoms of distraction, forgetfulness, and procrastination become confused with normal aging, yet may cause a significant disturbance to the quality of life in these patients. In this episode, we interview Dr. David Goodman, ...…
 
The connection between work satisfaction and ADHD is pretty clear if you’re living through the frustration. There are all kinds of reasons to leave a job, but taking the actual step of resigning is one best approached with a clear head. This week on the show, Nikki and Pete share a set of questions that can help you frame your own perspective a ...…
 
There are signs in certain kinds of organizations that document the last time staff their experienced an incident. Any sort of incident that leads to work stopping counts, and as soon as it happens, the sign gets reset and everyone starts over at Day Zero. “This facility has worked [0] Days without incident,” the sign says. If there’s anything ...…
 
Should you tell a patient if they are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease? In this exciting debate listen as Dr. McIntyre and Dr. Citrome weigh in on the pros and cons!
 
The idea that individual ADHD symptoms exacerbate one another isn’t new to those of us living with the diagnosis. But what happens when symptoms collude to create cycles of behavior and responses? The results can be vastly more damaging than any individual symptom on its own. That’s the question that comes from a listener today: how do you navi ...…
 
Brett Terpstra is a software developer, author, and podcaster and his work has been the subject of Pete’s technology fever dreams for years now. Brett is also unusually candid about his experience living with ADHD and bipolar disorder and after years of processing in public, he’s managed to figure some things out… others, a mystery. This week o ...…
 
In this episode we discuss Suicide Awareness Prevention Month with forensic psychiatrist, Dr. Ryan Wagoner! Did you know that more first responders take their own life than die in the line of duty? Dr. Wagoner shares with us what it’s like being a forensic psychiatrist, how first responders struggle with trauma, and the stigma associated with P ...…
 
It’s one of the most important routines you can manage. Getting it right means you’re impacting every area of your life in some way. You’ll feel better, you’ll think more clearly, you might even be better looking. OK, we can’t guarantee that last one, but you’ll feel better looking! What is this magic routine? It’s meal planning. Figuring out h ...…
 
Sure, we’re in the middle of our back-to-school series. But whether you’re heading back to school or just getting ready for the seasons to change, there’s never a better time to review your routines. From daily hygiene to writing that next report, this week on the show Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright take on the components of a great routine, and ...…
 
In this exciting debate from this year's NEI Synapse, Dr. Stephen Stahl and Dr. Roger McIntyre discuss whether the DSM-5 accurately captures criteria for different psychiatric disorders, such as Depression with Mixed Features. Who will win this one?
 
If you’ve ever tried to engage in a discussion of your ADHD with a busy professor and run into frustration, you’re not alone. This week, we asked a group of instructors what they would like to hear when working with ADHD students and the results were puzzling, frustrating, dare we say disappointing? But there’s room for hope thanks to some ente ...…
 
Asking for help is hard, sure. But have you ever stopped to ask why it’s hard for you? See, asking others for support is hard for each of us in a different way. Maybe we live with the anxiety that others will judge us for not being competent in some are or another. Maybe we believe they’ll think we’re not as smart as they are, or as they though ...…
 
In this fascinating episode, we explore the status of mental health diversion today. Dr. Katherine Warburton explains how the diversion process works and many of the sensitive issues that need attention. She also shares some of the most current scientific research on this topic today. Dr. Warburton is an associate clinical professor of psychiat ...…
 
Grace Friedman was diagnosed with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) at twelve years old, wrote her first book about it at 15, and now she’s an advocate for young people with ADHD and founder of the ADDYTeen.com community. Dr. Sarah Cheyette is a pediatric neurologist and expert in working with kids with ADHD. Together, they have w ...…
 
It's the last episode of our trip through time and what better way to wrap up our July break than with a message from social skills expert Caroline Maguire in her first appearance on the show: never forget the art of the "Polite Pretend" people... it'll save your bacon! Thank you for supporting The ADHD Podcast on Patreon! Do social situations ...…
 
Dr. Doug has been on our list to get back on the show seemingly since he first joined us. We're thrilled to say he's on the way! But that won't be until a little later in the fall. Until then, take a trip back in time to his last appearance and hear what he has to say on ADHD Inattentive Type! Thank you for supporting The ADHD Podcast on Patreo ...…
 
Join us for Part II of this exciting interview with Dr. Napoleon Higgins Jr! Dr. Napoleon B. Higgins, Jr. is a psychiatrist in the Houston/Clear Lake City Area. He is also CEO and President of Bay Pointe Behavioral Health Service, Inc., and South East Houston Research Group, Inc. He also practices as the Medical Director of Hold My Hand Residen ...…
 
Every day is a great day to check in on your relationship with your partner, and with ADHD, sometimes you can use a pretty clear reminder to do so. That's why today is ALSO a great day to check back in on this episode with our relationship guru Melissa Orlov from 2017! Thank you for supporting The ADHD Podcast on Patreon! — https://patreon.com/ ...…
 
James Ochoa has been on the show four times in the last few years, but all his appearances point back to this episode from 2017 in which he outlined his "Emotional Distress Syndrome" for ADHD. It was transformational for us in how we approach conversations of ADHD and we hope this refresher is equally useful for you this fine July! When we firs ...…
 
Dr. Napoleon B. Higgins, Jr. is a psychiatrist in the Houston/Clear Lake City Area. He is also CEO and President of Bay Pointe Behavioral Health Service, Inc., and South East Houston Research Group, Inc. He also practices as the Medical Director of Hold My Hand Residential Treatment Center. Dr. Higgins has worked with and founded many programs ...…
 
We're starting our July break, is that a reason to skip the podcast? Of course not! Jane gave us some great tools to deal with the stories we tell ourselves and we thought this would be the perfect way to time travel through podcast history while we're away! Does the internal chatter of ADHD really sound all that different than that of those wh ...…
 
It’s our last episode before the annual July break, and what a wonderful person we have to introduce you to this week to talk about shame, our relationships, and the daily practice of getting back up on the horse with ADHD. Dr. Michelle Frank is a clinical psychologist specializing in providing diagnostic and treatment services to individuals w ...…
 
June is Postraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month! In this episode we interview Dr. John Liebert, an expert in military-related and civilian PTSD. Dr. Liebert is a psychiatrist in Scottsdale, Arizona. He received his medical degree from McGill University Faculty of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. His special ...…
 
Are you a runner? Or are you a person who runs? Are you a gardener? Or are you a person who mows the lawn? Figuring out the difference between what we do and who we are is tricky business for all of us as we move through life. With ADHD, the idea of presenting a cogent identity to the world flies out the window. It’s dependent on so many factor ...…
 
Do you ever find yourself stuck in research mode? Are you overwhelmed with options? Do you resent regret? If you’ve ever found yourself living in fear of making decisions, you’re not alone. It can be a debilitating cycle knowing that you’re facing the same questions over and over again either because you can’t make a decision, or you can’t live ...…
 
Join us in this exciting debate about when side effects warrant medication change. Dr. Andrew Cutler and Dr. Roger McIntyre address some of the most important issues surrounding this topic. This podcast was recorded live at NEI's 2019 Synapse Conference in Asheville, North Carolina!
 
The ADHD diagnosis can be as confusing as it is illuminating, unlocking doors in yourself you never knew to be closed. Just as it is a journey for you as you learn to live with these new words that suddenly describe you, it is as much a journey for those who love you. Parents, siblings, and others who care about you will experience a range of e ...…
 
ADHD Coach Caroline Maguire is back! She’s a coach, author, teacher, and speaker with a special focus in social skills supporting kids — and parents of kids — with ADHD. She’s just about to celebrate the release of her new book, Why Will No One Play with Me?: The Play Better Plan to Help Children of All Ages Make Friends and Thrive and we’re th ...…
 
Adult diagnosis of ADHD is, by all our evidence on this show, an enormously liberating thing. We learn so much about ourselves, put a clear and cogent frame around our experience, that we can truly change the way we relate to the world around us. There's baggage that comes to this experience late in life, however: many of us live in a culture t ...…
 
May is Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Month! Join us in this fascinating interview with Dr. Robert Gregory. Dr. Robert Gregory is Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Upstate Medical University where he serves as Director of the Psychiatry High Risk Program, a treatment program for youth and young adults struggling with ...…
 
For many of us, our relationship with Dr. Edward Hallowell, M.D., Ed.D., started with his best-selling 1994 book, Driven to Distraction. He's the author of 20 books on various psychological topics and is a highly recognized international speaker on ADHD, focus, productivity, and beyond. He’s the founder of The Hallowell Centers, and has been fe ...…
 
This week on the show, Nikki takes to the mic to interview Pete and Tommy Metz III about their podcast, ‘What’s That Smell?’ Over the last three seasons of WTS, Pete and Tommy have learned a lot about sharing their anxieties with the world through the podcast, and about helping others to laugh in the face of their own fears. Today on the show, ...…
 
How can you tell the difference between postpartum blues and postpartum depression? Join us in this episode, as Dr. Marlene Freeman addresses questions like this about maternal mental health. Dr. Marlene Freeman is the Associate Director of the Center for Women’s Mental Health at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Medical Director of the MG ...…
 
Optimism is about more than just parading around happily all the time. It’s a worldview that has direct and powerful connections to your social group, your productivity, and your very own health! This week on the show, we’re talking all about optimism. You’ll understand the kind of language you might be using that becomes the pessimism trap, yo ...…
 
Join us in this episode, as Dr. Mago answers some important questions on his presentation about side effects that can lead to nonadherence!
 
In this episode, Dr. McIntyre addresses some of your unanswered questions from his presentation on depression, dementia and cognition!
 
Join us in this episode with Dr. Cutler as he addresses some fascinating questions about his presentation on the most current findings on how to recognize and manage tardive dyskinesia!
 
In this episode, Dr. Hu addresses important questions on her two presentations at Synapse. Join her, as she answers questions on postpartum depression and psychosis. Next, she addresses the most pressing questions on suicide risk and prevention.
 
In this episode, join Dr. Robb while see addresses some of your most pressing questions about her presentation at Synapse on pediatric mood disorders!
 
You won't want to miss this episode! Chairman, Dr. Roger S. McIntyre highlights what's to come over the next few days. You'll hear about a change in our format, and some of the most exciting topics to date! Our team is in Asheville, NC putting final touches on the 2019 NEI Synapse experience! We're eager to welcome our attendees and share the t ...…
 
By the age of 12, children with ADHD hear 20,000 more negative messages than their peers. Those messages are teaching lessons about self-esteem, courage, confidence, initiative, and decision-making that become deeply rooted in their identity. That's kids, but what happens to those kids as they grow up? 20,000 negative messages grows exponential ...…
 
April is Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month! Join us in this interview with Dr. Laxman Bahroo. We address novel therapeutics on the horizon, changes in the treatment for Parkinson's Disease, and how to effectively communicate with patients about the course of this disease to design appropriate individual treatment plans! Dr. Laxman Bahroo is c ...…
 
Language is an important factor in how we integrate ourselves with the world around us. It determines our worldview and can go a long way toward determining how well we succeed in what we’re trying to accomplish toward our goals but simply giving us the intrinsic motivation to keep moving forward. To set yourself up for success, you might want ...…
 
A mind map can be a truly transformational personal tool for integrating new information into your system — and your memory! With a little exploration and practice, you can learn how to develop a mind map that presents information the way your brain actually interprets it, through concepts, images and ideas. What is it that makes mind maps such ...…
 
April is Autism Awareness Month! Join us, as we interview Dr. Arshya Vahabzadeh on the hallmark features of autism, and how to use digital technological advancements to effectively treat symptoms related to autism. Dr. Vahabzadeh is a family physician, having completed training under the Royal College of General Practitioners. Dr. Vahabzadeh is ...…
 
That little voice in your head? The one telling you that you have no business doing what you're doing? That's the resistance. And you can tell it to shove off. This week on the show, Nikki and Pete review some of the reasons you might be feeling the resistance. Sure, you might be accustomed to calling it procrastination, but is there more to it ...…
 
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