“Even today, after years of research and international attention on ADD/ADHD, many doctors still hold misinformed views on the disorder,“ shares Being Well Center Founder and Medical Director, Dr. Craig Liden. “Now more than ever, patients have to be their own advocates, willing to address difficult issues on Attentional Disorders with their doctors. Patients have a right to receive informed, successful strategies to treat ADD/ADHD. Medication, one of today’s most controversial aspects of ADD treatment, when used properly, is a critical tool in treating ADD/ADHD with success.”
Dr. Craig B. Liden has addressed the needs of nearly 10,000 patients over his 30 years of medical practice. A board certified physician who graduated with honors from the University of Michigan and the Ohio State University College of Medicine, Dr. Liden completed his pediatric training and a postdoctoral fellowship at the Havard University Medical School/Children’
“I’m pleased to share my experience and patients’ successes with Tara McGillicuddy’
Dr. Liden will appear on ADHD Support Talk’s November 15, 2011 program, “Problems with ADHD, Doctors, and Medication.”
About Tara McGillicuddy
Tara McGillicuddy is a Senior Certified ADHD Coach who helps people who are affected by Attention Deficit Disorder lead happier and more productive lives through education and support. Tara McGillicudy is the founder and director of ADDClasses.com, which offers distance education programs for people affected by Attention Deficit Disorder. She hosts the popular self-help radio show ADHD Support Talk (www.adhdsupporttalk.com)
About Dr. Craig B. Liden
For over 30 years, Craig Liden, MD, has been pioneering the diagnostic treatment of Attention Deficit Disorder across the lifespan at The Being Well Center. The BWC’s philosophy of customizing life strategies and medication regimens to each individual patient has enabled close to 10,000 people to overcome the challenges of ADD/ADHD. The BWC offers specialized programs for people struggling with weight loss and for college students overwhelmed by the social and academic rigors of college. Located in Pittsburgh, PA, The Being Well Center also hosts a community for people affected by ADD/ADHD through Facebook, Twitter, and The Being Well Center blog: http://www.beingwellcenter.wordpress.com. For more information:
Dr. Craig Liden is available for workshops, presentations, and speaking engagements. Call The Being Well Center at 724.443.4120 or visit http://www.thebeingwellcenter.com for more information.
Beth Hendrickson, Director of Marketing
The Being Well Center
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The Being Well Center is a world leader in diagnosing and treating ADHD. The BWC’s philosophy of customizing life strategies and medication regimens to each individual patient has enabled close to 10,000 people to overcome the challenges of ADD/ADHD.