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ADHD: The Therapeutic Window via Indiana and NYC

Posted Apr 26 2009 10:09pm

With this Window It Wasn't Any ADHD, It Was The Server…screen-capture
- and it wasn't Therapeutic.

As Paul Harvey used to say: "-and… now for the rest of the story"

Events in Radio Landand Fort Wayne

Monday I recorded the CorePsych Radio Therapeutic Window Piece, - all set for playing 4PM Thursday afternoon, whilst I was on a plane headed to Fort Wayne, IN. Fri I gave a full day presentation on brain and body evidence, diagnosis and the new medications, for Park Center,a three county mental health community interested to stay current with the latest in office applications fromnew brain science. Evidenced: ADHD, Depression, Bipolar and Anxiety.> This is the first slide from that program.

Excellent group, much fun, with many positive connections - starting with landing in the Fort Wayne airport - named by USA Today as one of the " Friendliest Airports in the US. "

Notes on Airport Excellence:

Fort Wayne Customer Service

Fort Wayne Customer Service

Pictured here are two of the famous 'meeter and greeters,' who daily welcome every single person who flies into Fort Wayne, with a smile, cookies and Good Hoosier Cheer.  Helen and Jean, to be exact - with two cookie baskets. Thanks ladies, great fun chatting.

Well, the talk went very well I am told, but late that afternoon I ran to the airport to catch a plane to NYC for training on the new Shire productfor ADHD- Intuniv: an alpha 2 agonist.[To be launched sometime this fall - more later. This product will give us many more options, and appears to have a direct effect on irritability and the Oppositionally Defiant side of ADHD.] - Brief aside: Now picture this part: Sunny farm lands of Indiana, to almost midnight in Times Square, - reality changes.

Incidentally, I Ran Into Some Luminaries:
In NYC I had the privilege of meeting and chatting with one of the world's leading experts on ADHD: Dr Russell Barkley author of ADHD in Adults: What the Science Says. - and, in addition, Amy Arnsen PhD [from Yale], one of the leading neurophysiologistsin the world -studying the cellular functions of the prefrontal cortex. Amy wrote both of the linked articles above. Outstanding information - Will post about that remarkable day soon.

Problem and Solution
Underway, I found a tweet that indicated the 'radio problem.' Apparently the server crashed and after some messing around, Michael in Utah spun up the previous ADHD and Depression program, Program #6. A fix is planned:

Easy Fix:
Will rerun the ADHD Medications and the Therapeutic Window this week on Thursday at 4 PM EDT:Outline: Download for that program here.

See ya there Thursday,
cp

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