Cerulli & Associates In The News

Dr. Cerulli BKJPP Symposium Interview, Mainz, Germany

10/15/2015

Confronting Myths & Complexities of Pediatric ADHD

10/1/2020

Podcast: Theresa Cerulli, MD: ADHD Students Struggling During COVID-19

(HCP Live, September 21, 2020)

The transition to the school year during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic was going to be difficult for mostly every student.

There will be enhanced safety measures to promote social distancing and mask wearing. There will also be a virtual learning component for many.

The Variations of ADHD

(HCP Live, September 15, 2020 — Video Clip)

Advances in the Management of Complex ADHD in Pediatric Patients

How ADHD Affects Quality of Life

(HCP Live, September 15, 2020 — Video Clip)

Advances in the Management of Complex ADHD in Pediatric Patients

ADHD Management: Non-pharmacological Approach

(HCP Live, September 15, 2020 — Video Clip)

Advances in the Management of Complex ADHD in Pediatric Patients

ADHD Pharmacological Approach: Stimulants

(HCP Live, September 15, 2020 — Video Clip)

Advances in the Management of Complex ADHD in Pediatric Patients

ADHD Difficulties During Coronavirus Pandemic

(HCP Live, September 15, 2020 — Video Clip)

Advances in the Management of Complex ADHD in Pediatric Patients

Your Child Just Received an ADHD Diagnosis — Now What?r

(sheknows, September 8, 2020 — Video Clip)

Even if you had suspected that your child has ADHD, getting the actual diagnosis from the doctor can leave you with mixed emotions — and a lot of questions. Of course you want what’s best for your child, but how can you support them and take care of yourself? As it turns out, it all goes hand-in-hand.

The Most Important ADHD Symptoms Parents Should Look Out For

(sheknows, August 31, 2020 — Video Clip)

As a parent, it can be hard not to compare your child to their peers. Whether it’s developmental milestones, grades in school, or behavior, we know there’s no such thing as “normal,” but at the same time, we want to make sure that our kids are getting the support they need. At a time when it seems like a lot of kids are being diagnosed with ADHD, you may be wondering what signs or symptoms you should look out for. Here’s what you need to know.

Clinical Subtypes of ADHD

(HCP Live, May 22, 2020 — Video Clip)

Treatment Landscape for the Management of ADHD

Managing ADHD During COVID-19

(HCP Live, May 22, 2020 — Video Clip)

Treatment Landscape for the Management of ADHD

Prodrug therapy for ADHD

(HCP Live, May 22, 2020 — Video Clip)

Treatment Landscape for the Management of ADHD

Accurately Diagnosing ADHD

(HCP Live, May 22, 2020 — Video Clip)

Treatment Landscape for the Management of ADHD

Substance Abuse and ADHD

(HCP Live, May 22, 2020 — Video Clip)

Treatment Landscape for the Management of ADHD

Dr. Mallika Marshall Interviews Dr. Theresa Cerulli on The Quotient System

(NECN, February 27, 2013 — Video Clip)

There has been a sharp rise in the number of ER visits involving medication for Attention Deficit Disorder. According to the substance abuse and mental health services administration, that number has more than doubled between 2005 and 2010. A diagnostic test developed in Massachusetts is aimed at stopping ADHD drug abuse before it starts. It’s easy to take, and – more importantly – it’s harder to fool. NECN’s Health Expert Dr. Mallika Marshall speaks more on The Quotient System.

ADHD Live Hosted by Matt Rosenberg, MD: Guests Include Dr. Theresa Cerulli

(Air date: September 2010 — Video Clips, 2 Segments)

(Intro, Segment 1) – Dr. Matt Rosenberg hosts “ADHD Live,” an expert panel discussion on ADHD featuring Dr. Theresa Cerulli and other esteemed clinicians:

(Discussion, Segment 2) – Dr. Theresa Cerulli joins a panel of esteemed clinicians for Segment 2 of this discussion on ADHD Live, hosted by Dr. Matt Rosenberg. The panel discusses how to ID patients with ADHD with an emphasis on school-aged children:

Teens Faking ADHD Just To Get The Drugs?

(NECN, June 2nd, 2010 – Video Clip)

A 2009 study in the American Journal of Pediatrics found that abuse of prescription stimulants by teenagers and young adults rose 76% since 1998. A growing number of young people are faking symptoms to get the ADHD medication.

Some physicians are turning to the Quotient ADHD system to weed out drug-seekers pretending to have the disorder.

Dr. Theresa Cerulli and Professional Dancer Karina Smirnoff on ADHD

(WHSV Channel 3 News, Harrisonburg, VA, 2009 — Video Clip)

Renowned professional dancer Karina Smirnoff of “Dancing with the Stars” suffered from symptoms of hyperactivity all her young life, but she and her family initially had no idea what these symptoms meant. Later testing as an adult confirmed that Smirnoff did indeed have ADHD. Here, Dr. Theresa Cerulli and Ms. Smirnoff talk candidly about the disorder and the importance of diagnosis and treatment in both children and adults.

Dr. Theresa Cerulli on CNN Accent Health with Robin Meade & Dr. Sanjay Gupta

(Air date: August 2009 — Video Clip)

Dr. Theresa Cerulli discusses Adult ADHD on this CNN Accent Health Segment.

ABC’s Ali Gorman Talks with Dr. Theresa Cerulli: The Quotient System 

(ABC Action News, Delaware, 2009 — Video Clip)

ABC’s Alli Gorman talks to psychiatrist Dr. Theresa Cerulli and her young patient about the first FDA cleared objective test for ADHD: The Quotient System.

Live Radio interview - 8/3/2016 WCXZ

by (TN, KY, VA area)

Treating the Family for ADHD: Special Treatment Options with Dr. Theresa Cerulli

(Living Well, WMUR Channel 9, NH, 2007 — Video Clip) 

Dr. Theresa Cerulli discusses treatment options for families with ADD/ADHD, emphasizing the importance of a patient-centered treatment model.

Dr. Theresa Cerulli on CNPH Healthline — Diagnosing & Treating Adult ADD

(CNPH Healthline, Philadelphia, PA, August 7, 2007 — Video Clip)

Recognizing ADD in adults can be a challenge, but with the right testing, symptoms such as missed deadlines, communication problems, inattention, and restlessness can all be keys to diagnosing ADD in adults. The nuances of diagnosing adults for ADD are discussed by Dr. Theresa Cerulli.

Dr. Theresa Cerulli on CNPH Healthline — Diagnosing & Treating Adult ADD

(CNPH Healthline, Philadelphia, PA, August 7, 2007 — Video Clip)

Recognizing ADD in adults can be a challenge, but with the right testing, symptoms such as missed deadlines, communication problems, inattention, and restlessness can all be keys to diagnosing ADD in adults. The nuances of diagnosing adults for ADD are discussed by Dr. Theresa Cerulli.

Dr. Theresa Cerulli on “Urban Update” with Byron Barnett

(Air date: March 28, 2004 — Video Clip)

Byron Barnett, host of the renowned interview show “Urban Update,” welcomes Dr. Theresa Cerulli as his special guest for a discussion on ADHD.

Hot Topics in ADHD

(December 11th, 2020 – Article)

The primary purpose of this review is to discover how ADHD impacts athletes and how ADHD symptoms are affected by sports and athletic activities. Medications used to treat ADHD are known to have potential side effects that may negatively affect athletes.

Read the full article…

Navigating Complex ADHD in Children and Teens In Uncertain Times

(October 6th, 2020 – Article)

In my 20-plus years in the field of psychiatry, I’ve had the opportunity to treat a wide variety of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) patients. I have seen firsthand that there’s more to ADHD than hyperactivity, impulsivity and inattentiveness and the path to diagnosis and proper treatment regimens is often not straightforward.

Read the full article…

Archive

Talking about Money

This is an article from a monthly newsletter Jay and I write for BirkeConsulting.com that I thought might be helpful for adult children with ADD (or any adult child dealing with money-related issues with parents) or parents wishing or needing to talk with their adult...

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Gifts of ADD

People used to think ADD was a childhood issue. We know now that a large percentage of adults who had ADD as kids will continue to deal with it to greater and lesser degrees. On my cable TV show, I did a segment on Adult ADD which I've been told has been very helpful...

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Fish Oil- Omega 3’s- and AD/HD

Many people with AD/HD benefit from taking omega-3 fish oil. There are many brands, including some specialized ones that your doctor may recommend because he or she wants you to have the right EPA/DHA dosage for brain health vs. heart health. Just read an interesting...

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Choosing a Coach for Adults with ADHD

If you have ADHD or similar brain wiring, then in order to get the most out of your coaching experience you will need a coach who is experienced working with individuals with ADHD and understands the challenges you face. What specifically would I suggest you look for?...

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Self-Control Can be Learned

Self-control is a predictor of success. Research shows that children who learn to control their impulses do better in school, college, work and relationships. But adults who never perfected their self-control can make significant and life-changing improvements with a...

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ADHD Med Research Shows No Heart Risk

There has been much controversy over the years about ADHD medications and potential cardiovascular risks. So the FDA and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality funded a large study on ADHD and potential cardiovascular side effects in both children and adults...

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Don’t Miss the Virtual AD/HD Conference!

Dear Clients and Colleagues, I’m emailing to tell you about a wonderful opportunity - the 4th Annual Virtual AD/HD Conference® coming soon on Oct 3 - 6. I’ll be presenting at this year’s conference, along with 22 other AD/HD experts including Drs. Daniel Amen, Ned...

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Time-Issues for People with ADD/ADHD

Great 4 minute video of Dr. Russell Barkley (a very well known and well respected ADHD researcher) talking about ADD as a “performance” disorder. One salient quote, "...Person with this disorder cannot organize to the delayed future but only to imminent future."  I...

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ADHD and Tic Disorders

Tic Disorders can co-occur with ADHD 8-15% of the time. In other words, children diagnosed with ADHD are at greater risk for developing tics than the general population. If you have a child with ADHD, know what to watch for. Tics can be either motor tics (involuntary...

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