WHO WE ARE
We are a social psychiatric practice for children and adolescents from 0-21 yrs.
We are a multiprofessional team working in a network with other sites in diagnosis and treatment for children, adolescents and their families.
Südwall 15, 46282 Dorsten
Esplanade 40, 20354 Hamburg
This website is under continuous construction and new topics will be added, so you are invited to visit frequently
WHAT WE DO
Task and Handling of a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist
Dealing with development and conduct or psychiatric disorders there are many possible causes to be considered.
Somatic illnesses, neurological disorders, traumatic expiriences, social or family related problems can possibly effect child development and cause many different symptoms.
A child psychiatrist knows about all these possibilities and will help to understand the cause of problems (multidimensional diagnostics).
Following this diagnostic phase, the second task will be the development of a special treatment for each child and its family, which patient and family then have to
For example we are dealing with following problems:
WE LOVE WHAT WE DO
LIVE or die
The Importance to screen for persisting primitive reflexes, because they may cause emotional problems or ADHD
Persisting primitive reflexes are still overlooked in psychiatric and neurologic screenings. But they can cause a lot of emotional problems or ADHD. I report cases from my more than 30 years of
clinical practice as a child and adolescent psychiatrist.
Treatment is simple and will take no more than 18 months of daily training, performed at home under instruction of movement therapists.
First publications on this topic in the 1970s by Sally Goddard-Blythe. Now you may read about clinical cases by an expert with medical education and experience and get an introduction about how screening can be done.
ADHD is curable
ADHD is curable
Why do I propose another book on AD(H)D? Because the published „state of the art“ still is devastating, when you look on the numbers affected and the general treatment outcome.
The topic is in increasing demand with experts and laymen as well.
My book will be able to change the game.
Imagine in US only more than 15.200.000 people affected by ADD or ADHD with grave consequences for their lives and families.
And there is a cure for ADHD that is now available in an updated version for your MD, when he/she decides to follow my principles for precise diagnosis and therapy controls.
I have been in the field of child and adolescent psychiatry for more than 30 years and have experienced many and changing scientific explanatory models for ADD in these years.
A key experience for me was an advanced training course at an international convention in late 2004 in San Diego, where researchers created an animal model of ADD with brain scans to guide stimulants. They showed, that after treatment there was an increase in the stimulus-processing structures in the brain, i.e., a learning process with direct restrictions on the brain structure.
I then paid more attention to the patients I treated to see whether learning processes occurred during successful treatment. This could initially be read off indirectly. And today we can use precise measurement and differential diagnostics to determine subtypes of ADD, make a better primary selection of the appropriate treatment method, optimize treatment results and thus better support the desired learning process of the brain.
This book does away with three misconceptions about attention deficit disorder. First, it shows: ADD is not a fashion diagnosis, but a disease that many people suffer from. Secondly, it can be objectively diagnosed. And finally, thirdly: ADD is curable!
But ADHD does not vanish on its own. The brain has yet been able to make insufficient learning progress, and this causes the disorder. This book introduces a new concept in diagnostics and therapy support. It explains how it is possible to promote the further development of the brain and enable those affected to lead a healthy life.
My book “ADS ist heilbar” has been published in Germany in 2019, ISBN 978-3579014753 and has so far reached many German speaking readers.
• It is about the topic of attention disorders in children and adolescents, a new concept in diagnostics and therapy support with the aim of curing the delays in maturation of the brain that have led to the symptoms, i.e., promoting the maturation of the brain.
• The target group are parents and those affected as well as professionals who work in the diagnosis and therapy of ADD.
• The book is a technically well-founded guide, since the primary target group are parents and those affected and only secondarily doctors and therapists who want to improve their methodology are addressed.
• There are already many books on the subject, but none have developed the option for curability, except for Daniel G. Amen MD with “Healing ADD”, published in 12.2013, which IMHO is not up to date, clinical experience changing rapidly in our times, and he provides a more eccentric approach.
Dr. Ralph Meyers MD