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Are fish oils, sensory integration, play therapy and even cognitive behavioral therapy useful for ADHD in children? No, according to the research reviewed by Dr. Barkley. Dr. Barkley describes what does work for ADHD and how we can assist parents in managing their ADHD children. Participants will be able to say: I can list evidence based treatment approaches for ADHD; I can list unsupported treatments for ADHD and I can describe ways to assist parents with managing ADHD in children.
Empirically Proven Treatments
Experimental Psychosocial Treatments
Why use psychosocial treatment?
18 Great Ideas for management
Parent Training Program Options
Managing Problem Transitions
Predictors of Positive Responding
Treating Teens: problem-solving & Communication training
Invite Russell Barkley, Ph.D. in to your living room or office for hours and hours to bring you up to date on the current science and best practices in working with both children and adults with ADHD. Learn how the DSM-IV is not always supported and the new directions the field is proceeding towards with DSM-5.
More continuing education courses are available at PsychContinuingEd.com Courses include lectures and articles related to ADHD, pediatric bipolar disorder and mood dysregulation (as well as many other topics); Learn more