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Its a GIFT

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Session : CHADD1125
TA1: Late, Lost and Unprepared: A Guide to Helping Executive Functions
Seminar – Psychologist/Healthcare
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Joyce Cooper-Kahn, PhD
  • This presentation will focus on practical strategies to help students with weak executive skills. Drawing upon important findings from the accumulated bodies of research and clinical expertise, Dr. Cooper-Kahn will outline a systematic framework for interventions. The presentation will address both the process and the content of intervention and will incorporate guidelines for addressing short-term and long-term developmental goals. Case examples will highlight the clinician’s important role in the process of helping youth to build better executive skills.


Session : CHADD1125_MP3_MP4_COMBO
TA1: Late, Lost and Unprepared: A Guide to Helping Executive Functions
Seminar – Psychologist/Healthcare
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Joyce Cooper-Kahn, PhD
  • This presentation will focus on practical strategies to help students with weak executive skills. Drawing upon important findings from the accumulated bodies of research and clinical expertise, Dr. Cooper-Kahn will outline a systematic framework for interventions. The presentation will address both the process and the content of intervention and will incorporate guidelines for addressing short-term and long-term developmental goals. Case examples will highlight the clinician’s important role in the process of helping youth to build better executive skills.


Session : CHADD1126
TA2: Coaching the Non-ADHD Spouse
Seminar – Psychologist/Healthcare, Spouse/Partner, Adult
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Terry Dickson, MD
  • While the impact a person with ADHD has on a marriage is well known, often the deepest hurt of all is the pain the non-ADHD spouse feels by believing that the failures of his/ her ADHD spouse is a sign of not caring. Most often the spouse with ADHD is the one who comes to coaching, but we sometimes forget that the non-ADHD spouse may feel betrayed and unloved. This session addresses how coaching can also be beneficial for the non-ADHD spouse as he/she learns how the challenges of ADHD impact a marriage and to more effectively communicate toward a loving relationship.


Session : CHADD1128
TA4: Beyond Medication: Adjunctive Treatments for Adults with ADHD
Lecture – Psychologist/Healthcare, Adult
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Russell Ramsay, PhD, Adult ADHD Treatment and Research Program, University of Pennsylvania
  • While medications are the first-line treatment for adult ADHD, medications alone are insufficient for many adults with ADHD. This session will review the current status of various adjunctive, non medication treatments for adult ADHD including a review of available outcome research on their efficacy.


Session : CHADD1129
TA5: Pharmacotherapy of ADHD
Lecture – MD/Physician, Psychologist/Healthcare
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Timothy Wilens, MD, Harvard Medical School
  • Medications remain among first line treatments for ADHD. Stimulants indicating methylphenidate and amphetamine have been extensively studied in ADHD including more recent longer term studies and in controversial areas. Non-stimulants also have substantial data supporting their use with recent data and FDA approval on the co-administration of stimulants and non-stimulants. Discussion of comorbid and refractory cases will be included.


Session : CHADD1130
TA6: An Update on Neuroscience Research on ADHD: Implications for Diagnosis & Treatment
Lecture – Physician/MD, Psychologist, Healthcare, Adult, Coaching, College/Young Adult, Educator
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Francisco Xavier Castellanos, MD, NYU Child Study Center
  • Scientists have been able to “peer” into the brain and to isolate genes for about two decades and we are beginning to understand the complex interplay of genetic and environmental factors that shape how each brain “designs” itself to meet its owner’s particular challenges. Extrapolating from this ever increasing scientific literature, we will imagine the clinical benefits we can anticipate by the end of the current decade as scientific progress continues to accelerate. Specifically, the emergence of “resting state” functional imaging is revolutionizing how science is conducted. Resting state imaging studies can be aggregated globally. This provides the basis for sufficiently large data bases to address the complexity of gene by environment by development by brain region interactions. The emergence of normative and clinical data bases will have as profound an effect on the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD as height and weight growth charts have had on the physical health of children.


Session : CHADD1132_MP3_MP4_COMBO
TB1: Teaching Emotional Self-Regulation in Teens with ADHD
Lecture – Educator, Psychologist/Healthcare, Adult, Coaching, Parent/Caregiver, Physician/MD
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Jeffrey Bostic, MD, EdD, Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Students with ADHD often struggle with emotional regulation in navigating their daily lives at school, with peers and with family. This presentation will focus on the biological, psychological, and social strategies that help students regulate their emotions as they confront daily frustrations and impulses. Configuring the environments, providing students tactics, and empowering families to support their child can all enhance the student’s emotional regulation.


Session : CHADD1132
TB1: Teaching Emotional Self-Regulation in Teens with ADHD
Lecture – Educator, Psychologist/Healthcare, Adult, Coaching, Parent/Caregiver, Physician/MD
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Jeffrey Bostic, MD, EdD, Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Students with ADHD often struggle with emotional regulation in navigating their daily lives at school, with peers and with family. This presentation will focus on the biological, psychological, and social strategies that help students regulate their emotions as they confront daily frustrations and impulses. Configuring the environments, providing students tactics, and empowering families to support their child can all enhance the student’s emotional regulation.


Session : CHADD1133
TB2: Positive Psychology and ADHD Coaching
Workshop – Coach, Adult
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Alan Graham, PhD
  • Positive Psychology focuses on the study of what is “right” with people versus what is “wrong,” examining the constructive experiences of happiness and wellness. This approach has broad applicability to ADHD coaching. The four ‘pillars’ of Positive Psychology are: positive emotions (the pleasant life); positive character (the engaged life); positive institutions (the meaningful life); and positive relationships (other people matter). In this interactive workshop, participants will put these strength-based ADHD coaching principles into practice by discussion and exercises.


Session : CHADD1134
TB3: Cyber Addictions & Exposure to Internet Sex and Violence
Lecture – Psychologist/Healthcare, Adult, College/Young Adult,Educator, Parent/Caregiver
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Meghan McCoy, MEd, Bridgewater State University
  • This presentation will explore the use of the internet by children and adolescents. types, frequencies, motivations, and interpretations of cyperbullying behaviors will be explored. Findings from research will be provided to examine trends in detail. Common characteristics among digital natives, the generation of youth who have “grown up online” will be discussed with an emphasis on the anxiety, pressure, and misconceptions in which this generation struggles.



     


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