Writing and Speaking



    Howdy one and all; long time no blog! Once again, against my better judgment, I am going to subject myself to the harsh glare of the camera, this time to create a record of the work I am doing (and doing and doing and doing). As the environment for stimulant prescribers has become more and […]
  • The Doctor is 'In'! Psychiatric Stand-Up Jan. 29

    As ever, mental health threads itself through the media landscape in one form or another. A few weeks ago New York Mayor DiBlasio announced a new mental health focus at Riker's Island prison, which is much needed as everyone knows we closed our asylums and moved these unfortunate folks to prisons instead. The New York […]
  • Peter Kramer in the N.Y. Times

    The front page article in the Sunday review section of the Times today is by Peter Kramer, of "Listening to Prozac" fame, a fellow Brunonian, (the attention doctor was Class of ’76). He's one of us aging prescriber therapists; but I'd be surprised if you can use ObamaCare to get in to see him. He […]


  • Audio: Dr. Don's Trances

    Dr. Kerson leads clients through focus-enhancing relaxation exercises and guided meditations in these audio recordings.
  • Audio: Improving Focus & Functioning

    An hour-long talk about Dr. Don's revolutionary new approach to managing AD/HD in Adults. Recorded live on November 3rd, 2008 at a meeting of the New York chapter of CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder).
  • Audio: Treating AD/HD Adults

    This is an audio recording of Dr. Kerson's live address to the 2013 New Jersey state convention of the NASW. Dr. Don describes his four-part program for treating adults with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD).
  • Audio: Rewiring Your Brain Podcast

    In this podcast, Dr. Don outlines his new approach to handling attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder in adults. This is followed by a brief question-and-answer segment.

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