My Account

Username :

Password :


Create New Account
Forgot Password?
     

Keyword Search


     

Shopping Cart

You have (0) items
in your cart.



     

Contact Us


EMAIL US

     

Return to Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Events Library Menu

Scroll Down for Package/Individual Session Options

Please Note: You will need to create an account on this site to access materials. This account will independent of your CHADD MEMBER account.
If you have already made a purchase and/or created an account, log in on the left hand side of the page.
The CHADD Annual Conference is the major research, practice and public information conference dedicated to issues related to ADHD. The annual conference brings together researchers, clinicians, educators, parents, other caregivers and adults with ADHD.

Purchase all available sessions from The CHADD 2010 Annual Conference for just $225.00.

For information on ordering Audio CDs and DVD from this conference please click here

All downloads are in MP3 format and select programs are available as MP4 video.


MP4 FILES NOW AVAILABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING: (All other downloads are in MP3 format)

CHADD 1002 TA2: ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder: New Data/New Ideas
CHADD 1014 TB7: Back to Basics: An ADHD Primer

CHADD 1019 TCG1: Opening Keynote: The Importance Of Emotion      
CHADD 1021 FB1: Addressing Executive Function Deficits At Home & School
CHADD 1022 FB2: Mindful Approaches to Managing Emotions
CHADD 1026 FBRI: Research Symposium

CHADD 1027 FC1: The Nature Of Executive Functioning in ADHD
CHADD 1032 FC5: New Concepts of ADHD: Executive Functions
CHADD 1034 FC7: Ten Golden Rules for Interacting with Children

CHADD 1038 FD10: EEG Neurofeedback for ADHD
CHADD 1045 FD8: Change Strategies Used in CBT for Adult ADHD

CHADD 1047 FF1: An Evening Of Hope, Humor and Honors
CHADD 1048 SAG1: Closing Keynote What 2 Do & Why: Strategies 4 Success
CHADD 1051 SB3: Making the Grade with ADHD: How to Succeed in College 

CHADD 1053 SB5: Organizing the ADHD Brain
CHADD 1054 SBRII: Research Symposium II
CHADD 1055 SC1: ADHD or Asperger's Syndrome: Why Does it Matter

CHADD 1060 SC6: Neurocognitive Tools for the ADD Toolbox
CHADD 1063 SC9: Mindful Awareness in Treatment of Adult ADHD
CHADD 1066 SD2: Homework: Headaches and Heartaches
CHADD 1073 SD9: Strengthening Executive Function

$225.00


Its a GIFT

Showing sessions 81 - 88 of (88) TOTAL sessions
(PREV 10)  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9


Event : CHADD102


Session : CHADD1067
SD3: ADHD and OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
SEMINAR [Psychologist] [Healthcare]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3
$10.00


Its a GIFT
  • Jonathan Hoffman Ph.D., E. Katia Moritz Ph.D.
  • ADHD and OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder): Treatment Modifications to Address Impulsivity and Compulsivity: Many children and adolescents with ADHD have Obsessive Compulsive Behaviors, some relating to hyperfocusing, some reaching diagnostic criterion for OCD. Modifications in treatment strategies are needed when providing treatment for youth with co-morbid ADHD and Obsessive Compulsive Behaviors. While there are well-established treatments for OCD, there is limited evidence for efficacy in youth with OCD and ADHD. Presenters will introduce a dialectical conceptual framework from which to understand and treat this dual diagnosis as well as demonstrate modifications to current interventions.
  • ADHD and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD): Treatment Modifications to Address Impulsivity and Compulsivity: 1. Understand the neurobiological basis and phenomenology of ADHD and co-morbid OCD. 2. Explain how to conceptualize OCD in the context of ADHD. 3. Review evidence-based treatments for OCD, including exposure-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. 4. Demonstrate how to modify Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for ADHD for children and adolescents with co-morbid OCD. 5. Identify clinical issues that arise in the treatment of children and adolescents with ADHD co-morbid OCD.


Session : CHADD1068
SD4: New Medication Strategies for ADHD
LECTURE [Physician (MD)] [Psychologist] [Healthcare]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3
$10.00


Its a GIFT
  • Oren Mason M.D.
  • The quality and scope of research into the clinical use of medications for ADHD is increasing dramatically. New medications are entering the marketplace rapidly, and each new one adds to the complexity of determining an ideal regimen for each patient. This presentation will survey the FDA-approved medications with attention to the strengths and limitations of each one. Dosing strategies, algorithms and patient education materials will be used to make this presentation practical for primary care physicians and psychiatrists alike.
  • New Medication Strategies for ADHD: 1. The participant will compare the pharmacology of various delivery systems. 2. The participant will develop strategies to gain improved symptom relief from available medication. 3. The participant will rationally construct combination therapies for patients that benefit from them. 4. The participant will employ effective patient education to improve compliance and increase symptom relief.


Session : CHADD1069
SD5: The Secret Lives Of Women With ADHD
SEMINAR [Women/Girls] [Adult] [College/Young Adult]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3
$10.00


Its a GIFT
  • Terry Matlen M.S.W., A.C.S.W.
  • The Secret Lives of Women with ADHD: What your Mother, Grandmother and Teachers Never Told You: In this safe, informal and animated interactive setting, women with ADHD will be offered the opportunity to connect with others who have also lived a lifetime of secrecy about the challenges they face on a daily basis. Such issues as relationships, parenting, school/work, disorganization, time-management, shame, self-esteem and more will be addressed.
  • The Secret Lives of Women with AD/HD: What your Mother, Grandmother and Teachers Never Told You: 1. Understand the specific challenges that women with ADHD face. 2. Identify specific tools to utilize in improving one's psychological and emotional needs. 3. Learn specific strategies for coping: parenting, workplace, household, organizing. 4. Learn to "let go" of the idealized perfect woman, mother, partner. 5. Identify resources available to improve life as a woman with ADHD.


Session : CHADD1070
SD6: Coaching ADHD Plus
LECTURE [Coaching] [Adult]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3
$10.00


Its a GIFT
  • Daniel Pruitt P.C.C., S.C.A.C.
  • Current research shows that one-half of people with ADHD have two additional disorders, and one-third have three disorders. To be an effective ADD coach it is necessary to understand the range of possible co-occurring disorders, how to recognize them, how to coach them, and when to refer them to an allied professional. This talk will include strategies and a checklist to use for the common co-morbid disorders that ADD coaches will encounter in their practice.
  • Coaching ADHD Plus: Executive Dysfunction, Working Memory, Tourette Syndrome, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and other Co-morbid Disorders: 1. To understand the definitions of the common co-morbid disorders that occur with ADHD. 2. To have resources to look at the research on the comorbidity of disorders that occur with ADHD. 3. To understand the types of strategies to remediate the effects of the common comorbid disorders. 4. Increase the knowledge of useful materials and resources for assisting individuals with ADHD-Plus. 5. To know when to refer to a healthcare professional for diagnosis and treatment of the comorbid disorders.


Session : CHADD1071
SD7: Can\'t Find It! Can\'t Remember It!
LECTURE [Educator]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3
$10.00


Its a GIFT
  • Sheryl Pruitt M.Ed.
  • Can't Find It! Can't Remember it! Can't Do It Fast Enough!: Executive dysfunction's impact on memory and learning is often overlooked as a contributor to the problems experienced by children, adolescents and adults. This is further complicated by the slow speed of processing that accompanies the ADHD Inattentive Type. In this session, attendees will get an explanation of Executive Dysfunction, its impact on memory and the effect of slow processing speed. Strategies and resources will be presented for the remediation of the impact of these disorders in the areas of academic, behavioral and social functioning.
  • Can't Find It! Can't Remember it! Can't Do It Fast Enough!: 1. Participants in this workshop will be able to understand the link between memory deficits in ADHD and Executive Dysfunction. 2. Participants in this workshop will be able to explain how Executive Dysfunction’s effect on memory impacts learning. 3. Participants in this workshop will be able to explain the impact on a student who has slow speed of processing. 4. Participants in this workshop will be able to apply specific strategies to remediate the impact of memory deficits on students and adults with ADHD. 5. Participants in this workshop will be able to understand specific modifications needed to help students and adults with slow speed of processing.


Session : CHADD1072
SD8: To Tell or Not To Tell?
SEMINAR [Adult] [College/Young Adult]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3
$10.00


Its a GIFT
  • Ari Tuckman Psy.D., M.B.A.
  • To Tell or Not To Tell?: You’re OK But Others Might Not Be: Many people wonder whether they should tell anyone about their ADHD. Some people see it as private information whereas others see it as a cause to raise awareness. This seminar aims to help attendees make a well informed decision about whether to disclose. This depends upon two factors: 1. Do I feel good about myself and accept my ADHD? 2. Do I think this person will handle this information well? Often though, it’s simpler to talk about specific symptoms (e.g., forgetfulness) and their solutions, rather than mention the diagnosis by name.
  • To Tell or Not To Tell?: You’re OK But Others Might Not Be: 1. Attendees will understand why it’s important to accept their ADHD without shame. 2. Attendees will understand why it is more complicated to disclose one’s ADHD at work than in personal relationships. 3. Attendees will be able to “talk symptoms before diagnoses”. 4. Attendees will learn how disclosure builds intimacy and connection in friendships and relationships. 5. Attendees will be able to make accurate judgments about who would handle disclosure respectfully.


Session : CHADD1073_AUDIO_ONLY
SD9: Strengthening Executive Function
SEMINAR [Parent/Caregiver] [Psychologist] [Healthcare]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3
$10.00


Its a GIFT
  • Daniel Yeager L.C.S.W.
  • Strengthening Executive Function: What's play got to do with it?: Children with ADHD may lag behind others in the development of executive functions and consequently have difficulties performing on level with peers in meeting the challenges of day-to-day life. Parents can learn to utilize the “language of play” to educate children about executive functions and provide them with practical tools that provide external support at the “point of performance." Emphasis will be on strategies that help children strengthen performance in four areas: working memory, behavioral inhibition, shifting focus and goal orientation.
  • Strengthening Executive Function: What's Play Got to do With It?: 1. Participants will be acquainted with the research involving multi-modal treatment for children with ADHD. 2. Participants will be familiar with the concept of executive function as it relates to ADHD. 3. Participants will be able to give examples of how traditional childhood games contribute to the development of executive functions. 4. Participants will be able to cite at least two practical and “fun” strategies for helping children who display symptoms of inattentiveness, distractibility, and poor impulse control improve performance in daily activities. 5. Participants will be able explain a practical and playful tool for helping children improve goal orientation.
  • - Audio Only -


Session : CHADD1073_MP3_MP4_COMBO
SD9: Strengthening Executive Function
SEMINAR [Parent/Caregiver] [Psychologist] [Healthcare]
Conference : 22nd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
Speaker(s) :
Download Format(s) :
MP3,VIDEO
$25.00


Its a GIFT
  • Daniel Yeager L.C.S.W.
  • Strengthening Executive Function: What's play got to do with it?: Children with ADHD may lag behind others in the development of executive functions and consequently have difficulties performing on level with peers in meeting the challenges of day-to-day life. Parents can learn to utilize the “language of play” to educate children about executive functions and provide them with practical tools that provide external support at the “point of performance." Emphasis will be on strategies that help children strengthen performance in four areas: working memory, behavioral inhibition, shifting focus and goal orientation.
  • Strengthening Executive Function: What's Play Got to do With It?: 1. Participants will be acquainted with the research involving multi-modal treatment for children with ADHD. 2. Participants will be familiar with the concept of executive function as it relates to ADHD. 3. Participants will be able to give examples of how traditional childhood games contribute to the development of executive functions. 4. Participants will be able to cite at least two practical and “fun” strategies for helping children who display symptoms of inattentiveness, distractibility, and poor impulse control improve performance in daily activities. 5. Participants will be able explain a practical and playful tool for helping children improve goal orientation.
  • This session is available in MP3 and MP4 format. MP4 combines audio with presentation visuals.



     


Showing sessions 81 - 88 of (88) TOTAL sessions
(PREV 10)  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9



Contact Us : customersupport@dcproviders.com
Digital Conference Providers, Inc. - 100 S. Cass Ave. Ste 200 - Westmont, IL 60559
Phone (630) 963-8311 - Fax (630) 963-8312

(c) [2016] Digital Conference Providers, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this recorded content may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopy, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of Digital Conference Providers, Inc. All sales are final and are intended for individual use.