Dr Ned HallowellEdward (Ned) Hallowell, M.D., a child and adult psychiatrist and graduate of Harvard College and Tulane Medical School, is the founder of The Hallowell Centers in Sudbury, Massachusetts and New York City. He was a member of the Harvard Medical School faculty from 1983 until he retired from academics in 2004 to devote his full professional attention to his clinical practice, lectures, and the writing of books. He has authored eighteen books on various psychological topics, including attention deficit disorder, the power of the human connection, the childhood roots of happiness in life, methods of forgiving others, dealing with worry and managing excessive busyness.

Dr. Hallowell’s newest book, SHINE: Using Brain Science to Bring out the Best in Your People was published by Harvard Business School Press in January 2011.

In his medical practice, Dr. Hallowell helps adults, as well as children, learn how to lead healthy, happy lives. He agrees with the research that suggests that connection and forgiveness have great power to shape our lives for the positive.

Dr. Hallowell is a highly recognized speaker around the world and has presented to thousands on topics such as ADD, strategies on handling your fast-paced life, the Childhood Roots of Adult Happiness and other pertinent family and health issues. He has been featured on 20/20, 60 Minutes, Oprah, PBS, CNN, The Today Show, Dateline, Good Morning America, The Jane Pauley Show, The View and many more. He has been interviewed for The New York Times, USA Today, Newsweek, Time Magazine, U.S. News and World Report, USA Weekend, the Los Angeles Times, the Boston Globe and many, many more. He is a regular columnist for ADDitude Magazine.
Hi Dr. Hallowell, I love you and I do not even know you! I thank you right along with my precious counselor (who gently and lovingly recommended I try medication) and my medical dr. (who prescribed the medication and recommended I get your book-Delivered From Distraction) here in town for being a part of the wonderful answer to my puzzling and sometimes amazing existence. I was recently diagnosed with ADD and am thrilled! The world is coming together for me now and I feel like I have a new lease on life. I can hardly write this note because my eyes are so full of tears. But I did want to let you know first of all if you have not finished writing your book on success stories of people with ADD, to consider my story. It has 1000000000% more meaning to me now that I finally have some perspective with my struggles for 40 years, and especially in my marriage.







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