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In the last 10 years incredible neuroscience evidence about the communication networks between the brain, the endocrine system and the immune system encourage a complete rethinking of the many psychiatric platitudes and inadequate labels used currently for patient care. Everyday I teach these new-science understandings to medical colleagues, the public and to clients in the consultant rooms. As a writer [Deep Recovery, ADHD Medication Rules, CorePsych Blog], a neuroscientist certified for SPECT brain imaging, and a practicing child and adult psychiatrist I've repeatedly witnessed the limitations of imprecise thinking for years. It's time to add improved laboratory data to the core of psychiatric practice. Join me to begin changing outdated, reductionistic thinking through understanding the latest biomedical evidence: CoreBrain Training.

Why my ADHD fuss? ADHD is the most frequently misunderstood, misdiagnosed and mistreated psychiatric condition on the planet - and fresh neuroscience spells out the underlying details. For a complimentary Special Report on missed diagnosis and imprecise treatment: Predictable Solutions For ADHD Meds. New details available for treating ADHD will encourage you to rethink the entire mental health grid. Guesswork and imprecision often creates harmful outcomes, while scientific precision maximizes predictability. Let's work together to improve psychiatric medical care. Connect below on your favorite social grid.
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