Treating Adult ADHD: Redefining Limitations and Recovering the Lost Self

David W. Goodman, MD


April 06, 2022

While reflecting on an extensive career of treating adult ADHD, David W. Goodman, MD, recalls a patient experience wherein treatment with a long-acting stimulant medication not only produced an astonishing short-term resolution but also opened up entire horizons for his patient.

Dr Goodman explains that this patient success story is a prototypical experience in adult ADHD. With the help of psychotherapy, a patient will uncover a truer self, one long eclipsed by the pathologic entity of ADHD.


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