The Being Well Center is eager to participate in the ADHD Awareness Week Expo due to the organizations’
“ADD is not an illness,” The Being Well Center’s Founder and Medical Director, Craig B. Liden, MD, asserts. “Rather it is an inborn, internal difference. The sooner people accept ADD/ADHD and become aware of how to positively overcome the disorder, the sooner people will live full, successful lives. We are confident that the ADHD Awareness Week Expo will help thousands of people take strides in that direction.”
The Being Well Center tackles ADD/ADHD on all fronts. A transdisciplinary staff comprised of doctors, physicians assistants, nurses, dieticians, speech therapists, and counselors approach the challenges of ADD collaboratively and comprehensively. Jane Reck, Director of Clinical Services, shares, “At the Being Well Center, our entire staff embraces ADHD. It’s not a scary or embarrassing diagnosis to us. ADD is just another part of a person, like eye color, hair color, or height. We help our patients accept the limitations of ADHD and then move past the challenges to embracing their uniqueness.”
“We’re excited to see the ADHD Awareness Week make ADD/ADHD education and support available for free and in such a convenient online mode,” concludes Dr. Liden. “We want to embolden people to overcome the challenges of ADD/ADHD. Help and resources are just a click away with the 2012 ADHD Awareness Week Expo.”
The ADHD Awareness Expo, an online event from October 14 – 20, 2012, brings together ADD/ADHD experts, service providers, authors and people affected by ADD/ADHD. The ADHD Awareness Expo is a free, virtual conference that allows attendees to join from anywhere in the world. For free registration, visit: http://www.adhdexpo.com/
For over 30 years, The Being Well Center has been 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. 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.
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