Dec 29, 2015

I don't typically say "I told you so" for two reasons: a) one day somebody who "told me so" will end up being right and I'll be made to look foolish; b) it just isn't a very nice thing to say.

Nov 09, 2014

When I meet someone new I am almost invariably asked, “So what do you do for a living?” Technically I am a psychiatrist, child and adolescent psychiatrist as well as a forensic psychiatrist. However, this is a really long answer to a short question so I usually just say “I’m a psychiatrist”. If a person wants to know more specifics about my career then I elaborate from there. Either way, almost every single person responds with some variation of, “Oh – you’re a psychologist. Interesting.”

May 29, 2014

Expanded editorial originally distributed by PRWeb, May 29, 2014

Lexington, Kentucky

May 09, 2014

Timothy M. Houchin | Testing for ADHD

Timothy M. Houchin, Special to The Courier-Journal;3:05 a.m. EDT May 9, 2014

Jan 01, 2014

It is the first day of 2014 and I have been seeing patients in my office for most of it.

Dec 13, 2013

I had never heard of the term "affluenza" before I read about it in this morning's news headlines. I thought to myself "well they've found a new variant of the flu" (oh wait - that's influenza

Dec 05, 2013

I'll keep this brief because I recently released a blog on ADHD with up-to-date stats, links, etc.

Nov 18, 2013

Ask anyone about what they think about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, and you are likely to elicit a variety of opinions. In my office, I have heard everything from “ADHD is a scam” to “but doctor, my son MUST have ADHD – the saliva test I sent to Dr so-and-so in Arizona proves it!”


Feb 06, 2013

A “kook” is my term for someone who seeks to advance a treatment that has either been disproved or is on the fringe of mainstream medicine.  The kook’s primary motive is to help people, not to scam them.  Remember the story of Chicken Little?