Social Media and Herd Mentality

by Samoon Ahmad • October 19, 2023

As seen in Psychology Today. Social media has profoundly altered the relationship between individuals and media by making consumption of media a dynamic process rather than a passive one. Social media platforms create open forums where consumers can engage directly with the creator of the media or with other consumers. Platforms also respond to what […]

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 […]