Symptoms 101: An Overview of Comprehensive Diagnosis and Treatment PlanningAsk The Expert
Think You Can Spot ADHD in Your Classroom?
Teachers (and parents): Test your knowledge of ADHD. Then read this article to learn which ones you got right. Medication for ADHD should be taken only as a last resort. True False Boys always have the hyperactive type of ADHD. True False We all have a bit of ADHD so it is not a serious problem. True False…Read More
How Would a Professional Approach Treating an Adult with ADHD?
John is a forty-two-year-old accountant. He is married and has two kids; Jenny is ten and Jack is eight. John decided to seek services with a psychologist due to a few specific issues. At his job, he has a difficult time keeping on top of his work. He often ends up working late at night…Read More
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Technological Interventions for Youth with ADHD
What is the state OF THE LITERATURE on technological interventions for children with ADHD? This research update examines two review articles published in 2022 of existing studies on this topic. These literature reviews identify a number of technological interventions, such as cognitive training, neurofeedback treatment, telehealth and web-based treatment, mobile interventions, video games, wearables and sensors,…Read More
Working with Latino Patients and Their Families: For Treatment ProfessionalsAsk The Expert
Will ADHD Symptoms Improve with Marijuana Use?
https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/vxgcat/Will_ADHD_Symptoms_Improve_with_Marijuana_Use_EDajdxt.mp3 Listen to the full recording. People reporT THAt MARIJUANA USE helps to improve their ADHD symptoms. But does it really help, or does it mask a person’s ability to care about their problems rather than work to solve them? What are the benefits and downsides to using marijuana if you have ADHD?…Read More
DB-IOP: Hope for Families in Crisis
As ADHD experts are well awarE, SOME FAMILIES CONFRONT daily life challenges that extend well beyond the ADHD spectrum. These challenges can be of such magnitude that children who struggle with unsafe disruptive behaviors may find themselves hospitalized more than once, with some eventually referred to residential care. Worse yet, some of these families live far…Read More
Stimming and Fidgeting to Calm and Focus
Maybe you’ve lost count of the times you’ve told your child to stop biting their nails, bouncing their legs, or twirling their hair. What seems like annoying behavior may actually serve a purpose, like helping your child to self-soothe or increase focus. “I don’t even realize I’m doing it,” says an adult who has ADHD…Read More