ADHD — Strength in the Checklists: The Foundation of Consistency

by Samoon Ahmad • February 27, 2023

As seen in Psychology Today. Routine as a Tool to Manage ADHD  Patients with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) typically fall into one of three subtypes: predominately inattentive, predominately hyperactive/impulsive, or combined. These symptoms can interfere with academic, social, or occupational functioning. Though ADHD has long been thought of as a condition that only affects children […]

How Clinicians Can Address Long COVID: Making sense of new studies that help pinpoint the phenomenon

by Samoon Ahmad • January 31, 2022

As seen in Psychology Today. One of the most enduring questions about the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be the long-term effects of SARS-CoV-2 infection. Given how pervasive infection has been, particularly during the omicron surge, this could have a tremendous impact not only on individual patients but specifically on healthcare systems and to a large extent on the […]

The COVID-19 Baby Bust How lingering pandemic anxiety is impacting fertility rates

by Samoon Ahmad • August 11, 2021

As seen in Psychology Today. The COVID Era has been challenging for people from all walks of life. Beyond the enormous death toll, the lingering symptoms affecting long haulers, and reports that upwards of 30% of patients who develop severe COVID-19 infections subsequently meet criteria for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), there has also been a tremendous psychological toll even among individuals who […]