Dr. Ed Carlton, DC, BCN, is the founder and owner of the Carlton Neurofeedback Center located in Manassas, Virginia. He is also the author of The Answer: The Book for Anyone with ADD, ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, Autism, Bipolar Disorder, Epilepsy, PTSD or Traumatic Brain Injury.

If you would like to set up an interview, please contact Dr. Carlton and let us know you are a member of the media. Please be sure to let us know how we can best accommodate your publishing or broadcasting schedule.

Press Mentions & Interviews

TKO Show – Can You Stop Panic Attacks, End Anxiety Without Drugs? with Kara Ro
Dr. Ed Carlton joined Kara to discuss ending anxiety and panic attacks without using drugs

News Talk WSVA  Harrisonburg  VA

Experience Pros

Dr. Edward Carlton shares some tips on managing morning routines with your ADD or ADHD child – Mid-Day-Maryland show on ABC

TWIA: “THE ANSWER” by Dr. Edward Carlton – Interview with Ric Bratton from This Week in America

Are We Introducing Drugs to Children Too Early? – This Week in America TV (Access the Podcast)

 

Bylines & Commentary

The benefits of treating Attention Deficit Disorder with neurofeedback training – By New York Daily News

3 Signs It’s Time To Seek Alternative Treatments For Overly Medicated Kids – By India New England News

Guest Opinion: Are We Normalizing the Use of Drugs with Our Kids? – Gloucester City News / CNB News Net

Healthy Habits: Are We Normalizing the Use of Drugs with Our Kids? – Motherhood Moment

Are We Normalizing the Use of Drugs with Our Kids?  – Fort Lauderdale Connex

 

Other Publications & Blogs

Tips For Smoother Mornings When Your Child Has ADHD – Pittsburgh Parent – Web 2017

If your child has ADHD, these 4 tips could save your mornings – Michelle Stein

What is happening in my son’s brain? An interview with Dr. Carlton – Blog – Finding Mikey

9 Mental Health Flags Women Need to Look Out For by Isadora Baum of Bustle

A Drug-Free, All Natural Approach to Eliminate Anxiety – New York Daily News

Brain Hacking the Mind’s Biology by Amy Ellis Nutt of the Washington Post

Can Neurofeedback Change Your Brain by Jeff Wilser of Comstock’s

Therapists Are Using Neurofeedback to Treat ADHD PTSD and Other Conditions by Arlene Karidis of the Washington Post

Neurofeedback Gains Popularity and Lab Attention by Katherine Ellerson of the New York Times