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Exploring Bias in ADHD Diagnosis: Are Gender Discrepancies Overlooked?

For years, studies have hinted at a disproportionate identification of childhood ADHD, with boys being diagnosed two to ten times …

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Black Pioneers in the American Field of Mental Health

Throughout American history, Black professionals have left an indelible mark on the fields of psychiatry, psychology, counseling, and therapy and …

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Navigating the Hidden Struggle: Understanding ADHD in Women

In a world that often views ADHD through the lens of hyperactive boys, the silent struggle of women with ADHD …

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Dee Lynn and the Comfort In Knowing

Dee Lynn is very new to this whole ‘having ADHD’ thing. Diagnosed just this last summer, the patient support specialist …

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Indy Louder and the Art of Self-Advocacy

Like many ADHDers, Indy was seen as a good student who excelled in the ‘gifted and talented’ program at school …

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Why Are ADHD Diagnoses in
Adults — Especially Women — Rising So Much?

By Mary Fetzer In recent years, there has been a noticeable increase in the diagnosis of ADHD in adults, with …

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Stuart Cohen and Finding Yourself

Stuart Cohen has spent the last 12 years embracing his authentic self, accepting both his strengths and weaknesses. Diagnosed with …

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Salif Mahamane and the Power of Self-Compassion

Salif Mahamane’s early struggles with chronic procrastination and difficulty concentrating as a child eventually led to his ADHD diagnosis at …

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Brittany Bronson And The Cost Of Her Impulsivity

Brittany Bronson is a global diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) leader, research professor, and first-generation doctoral student. She also loses …

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