Monthly Archives: August 2014

‘ADDer’ Is a Dumb Name. Don’t Call Me That.

Groups should get to name themselves. It’s a key part of forming a group identity: figuring out why you belong together and distilling it into a name. The Moody Blues, the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Beatles all

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Getting Better: the Paperwork

The notion that paper forms can be used to diagnose or measure mental health might seem crude or simplistic. I’ve heard the complaint more than once: “I just filled out some forms, and they told me I had ADHD”. Wouldn’t

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Getting Better: Measuring Improvement

“You cannot manage what you do not measure.” This is one of the most famous quotes in all of business school.  Unfortunately, no one knows who first said it. Apparently, it’s a truth so self-evident that it’s been taught by every

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Oren Mason MD
Oren Mason MD

Oren Mason MD

Physician specializing in diagnosis and management of attention deficit disorders and related conditions.

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