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Professor Susan Young
Clinical/forensic psychologist. Expert witness, author of DASI & ACE tools & treatments 4 mental illness & neurodevelopmental disorders.Director
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Professor Susan Young Jul 8
Yee-ha 👍🥳
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Professor Susan Young Jul 1
Replying to @rajamukherjee10
I’m good at the foxtrot 🥳
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Professor Susan Young Jun 29
Ok, as you all know I’m a bit of a technophobe. Can someone please explain to me what is ticktock, and why is it popular? Is this something I should do? !!!!! Thank you
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ADHD Foundation Jun 12
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Professor Susan Young Jun 12
At last! Excellent recommendations for supporting people with in the justice system. Published by . Fingers cross these move from recommendations to reality.
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Stephen Faraone Jun 9
On June 27th, the World Federation of ADHD is hosting a webinar about managing ADHD during the Covid-19 pandemic. For more information:
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Hannah Stynes Jun 6
Replying to @DrSusanYoung1
Fantastic! Really enjoyed being part of this 😊 Can’t wait to read.
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Özge Kılıç Jun 6
Looking forward to see it published. It was an honour to work with and all!
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Professor Susan Young Jun 6
Expert consensus on with has been accepted by BMC Psychiatry. Will pist the link when it’s published 😀
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ADHD Foundation May 31
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ADHD Foundation Jun 1
An important UK National Consensus Statement led by in collaboration with leading experts on the subject of ‘co-occurring Autism & ADHD’
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Neurodiversity Media May 29
Wow, this is incredibly important research. Well done.
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Rachel Worsley May 29
I have searched fruitlessly for comprehensive research papers about managing both and and finally someone's done the research on it!
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The Oaktree Clinic May 20
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The Oaktree Clinic May 18
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The Oaktree Clinic May 22
Having trouble sleeping? We are now providing GROUP therapy sessions via SKYPE, allowing you to learn sleep strategies from the comfort of your own home.  Contact us for more information on 0121 314 0330 or email us at admin@oaktreeclinicmidlands.co.uk.   
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BMC Medicine May 28
New article from and colleagues: Guidance for identification and treatment of individuals with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and autism spectrum disorder based upon expert consensus Read it here:
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Stephen Faraone May 27
Are you a morning or an evening person? Your chronotype is linked to your preference of when you go to sleep and when you are most productive during the day. Read more here about “Larks” and “Owls” in this blog post Jeanette Mostert, PhD.
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Stephen Faraone May 26
I continue to be amazed with the cross-cultural ubiquity of . We see in this new study from that Iranian adults with ADHD are also at risk for risky driving behavior and traffic violations . This work confirms findings…
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Kat in isolation May 26
"For those with ASD, an additional problem may arise for those with language problems, e.g. they may struggle with seemingly arbitrary phrasing and/or undefined concepts (for example, having to select the frequency of a behaviour..."
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