How to Tailor Psychotherapy to Kids with ADHD

Debra Burdick, LCSW, BCN • 5/8/2017 • 3 Comments

There is one big difference between psychotherapy for those with ADHD and those without. Our clients with ADHD don’t tend to learn skills on their own like how to manage their time, organize their stuff, interact with people appropriately, or manage their behavior and their moods. We need to help them with skills that improve emotional and behavioral regulation as well as impulse control.

In my award-winning book, "ADHD Non-Medication Treatments & Skills for Children and Teens," I've provided 162 tools, including techniques, tips, activities, resources and worksheets that can be used with children and teens to help them successfully manage the challenges and reduce the symptoms of ADHD.

Today, I'd like to give you two free handouts that I find extremely impactful in my work with kids and teens. You can learn more in my video, and download the handouts below.

Topic: Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry

Tags: ADHD | Self-Regulation

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3 Comments

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 3:06:04 PM | posted by Jenn Wolford
Thank you for your handouts!

Sunday, June 11, 2017 3:34:09 PM | posted by Linda Hornbostel
Would like to review the handouts that you mentioned.

Monday, June 12, 2017 10:14:34 AM | posted by PESI
You can review the handouts for this blog here: Famous people with ADHD: https://goo.gl/oTZbyW How to improve concentration: https://goo.gl/sqe6Pk