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Our Team

We are a group of professionals that celebrates the uniqueness of each individual. We come from different disciplinary backgrounds including medicine, nursing, nutrition, counseling, psychology, education, and speech/language and work together to bring out the best in each patient we see.
Every member of our team has significant experience within their own discipline, a philosophy that embraces individual differences, and strong communication skills. Each member of the team has participated in The Being Well Professional Training Program to help them develop a core set of assessment and treatment skills.
Team members share their expertise with other members of the team (role release) and acquire skills from other members of the team (role exchange). This allows each member of the team to move beyond traditional disciplinary boundaries and to function as a "transdisciplinary case coordinator" for a group of patients. As a result, our patients get the benefits of a multidisciplinary team's expertise without having to see directly each member of the team. When needed, the refined skills of another team member can be accessed through a consultation visit. This close-knit teamwork makes our services comprehensive, yet highly cost effective and efficient.
Our transdisciplinary approach provides a strong backbone for The Being Well Program, but we feel our greatest team asset is also its most important member: our patients.
Meet our Team Leaders
Craig B Liden, MD, Medical Director
Dr. Liden is an internationally recognized expert in the diagnosis and treatment of ADD/ADHD. He is a board certified physician who graduated with honors from the University of Michigan and the Ohio State University College of Medicine.
He completed his pediatric training and a postdoctoral fellowship at the Harvard University Medical School/Children's Hospital Medical Center. Dr. Liden has served on the faculty at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine where he started the Child Development Unit and spent years researching ADD/ADHD, training pediatric and psychiatry residents and other post doctoral students, and establishing a fellowship program in developmental and behavioral pediatrics.
Since the 1980's, Dr. Liden has been in private practice evaluating and treating behavior and developmental issues across the life span. He has treated nearly 10,000 patients with ADD/ADHD and related co-morbidities.
Dr. Liden has written and lectured extensively about ADD/ADHD, education, individual differences and a variety of health problems. He was invited to present a lecture entitled "TRANSACT: Toward a Standard of Care for ADD" at the first international conference on ADD in Jerusalem, Israel. Dr. Liden's book, Pay Attention! Answers to Common Questions about the Diagnosis and Treatment of Attention Deficit Disorder, has been acclaimed a "must have resource" for parents of children with ADD/ADHD, adults with ADD/ADHD, and medical, educational, and counseling professionals.
Dr. Liden frequently speaks at local, national, international conferences and for private groups.
For more information on his presentation services, visit our workshops and presentations page.
Terri West, PA-C, Associate Medical Director
Terri West is a NCCPA board certified Physician Assistant who received her training at Gannon University. She has over 20 years of experience in working with patients across the lifespan in a variety of settings including pediatrics, family practice, gynecology, surgery, and a breast cancer specialty practice, where she gained a keen insight into women's health issues.
Terri's diverse experience coupled with her leadership and teaching skills ideally matches with The Being Well Center's commitment to identify and manage the health consequences of undiagnosed or improperly treated ADHD, its integration of preventative care into a continuous support model, and its goal to support patients in independently managing their health.
Jane Reck, MS, Director of Clinical Services
Jane Reck is a speech-language therapist who graduated the University of Pittsburgh and Syracuse University summa cum laude. Jane has more than 25 years of clinical experience as a case coordinator and speech-language therapist on our multidisciplinary health care team providing treatment to clients of all ages. She has participated in the care of hundreds of patients with ADD/ADHD and has trained and supervised professionals from a variety of disciplines in how to use The Being Well System. She has helped lead the establishment and management of transdisciplinary health care
programs in the United States and Central America.

Kudos From Our Colleagues

Observing the team members present the individual case background information and interact reminds us that collaboration and cooperation are effective and efficient ways to gather, share and interpret data, and usually result in benefits to the client and the evaluator. We have a renewed appreciation for the breadth and depth of the evaluation process and the mission of [The Being Well Center].

Yours sincerely, View All
~ Paula A. C. & Staff