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Session : CHADD1135
TB4: Relationships and ADHD
Seminar – Adult, Psychologist/Healthcare
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Arthur Robin, PhD; Gina Pera, BS
  • In this institute, the presenters will provide practical advice for succeeding in marriage and other intimate relationships dealing with ADHD. After reviewing the impact of ADHD on relationships, the presenters will discuss six strategies for couples to improve their relationships: optimize ADHD education, maximize medication outcomes, improve communication, learn new skills and habits, cultivate romance, and cool “hot spots.” Roleplays and videos will supplement lecture and discussion to illustrate these strategies.


Session : CHADD1136
TB5: Diagnosis and Treatment of Adult ADHD in Primary Care Settings: US and Canadian Perspective
Seminar – MD/Physician, Psychologist/Healthcare, International Outreach
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Anthony Rostain, MD, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
  • Annick Vincent, MD, Centre Médical L’Hêtrière, Canada
  • Recent studies (Kessler RC et al. Am J Psychiatry. 2006; 163:716-723) indicate that while 4.4% of the adult US population meets criteria for ADHD, only 11% of those people are currently receiving treatment for the disorder. Given the large unmet needs of this population, it is important that primary care practitioners gain skill and comfort with identifying and treating adults with ADHD. This institute will provide attendees with practical approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD within the context of a primary care setting. It will also address the issue from two perspectives: the US and Canada.


Session : CHADD1137
TB6: A New Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment to Enhance Executive Function in Adults
Seminar – Psychologist/Healthcare, Adult
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Mary Solanto, PhD, The Mount Sinai School of Medicine
  • Jeanette Wasserstein, PhD, The Mount Sinai School of Medicine
  • The session will describe a 12-week Cognitive-Behavioral group therapy program for adults with ADHD. The goals of this structured program are to enhance time-management, organizational and planning skills. The rationale, format, and components of this manualized treatment program will be discussed. The results of a study recently published in the American Journal of Psychiatry demonstrates the efficacy of this intervention, making it the first scientifically validated non-medication treatment for ADHD in adults.


Session : CHADD1138
TB7: ADHD and Its Link to Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice
Workshop – Law Enforcement/Justice, Parent/Caregiver, Adult, Attorney/Advocate
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Phillip Anderton, PhD; Stephen Brown, Sgt., Lancashire Constabulary
  • Regina Bussing, MD, University of Florida; Faye Gary, PhD
  • Case Western Reserve University; Catrina Wilkins, MD, Harvard Medical School
  • This session will address what ADHD is, its implications for law enforcement and the criminal justice system, and what can be done to improve interventions and outcomes. Suggestions will also be provided on how to manage young persons with ADHD in custody and how to engage local chapters of CHADD and NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) in partnership work.


Session : CHADD1139
TB8: Can Video & Computer Games Help Your Child Learn Executive Functioning & Academic Skills?
Lecture – Adult, Parent/Caregiver, Psychologist/Healthcare
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Randy Kulman, PhD; Gary Stoner, PhD, University of Rhode Island
  • This session reviews research on the influence of video games on children with ADHD and the speakers’ own studies that focus on how video games can improve executivefunctioning and reading skills. Explore hypothesized reasons why children with ADHD are attracted to video games, and discuss new research on how these games can be used to improve processing speed, working memory, and attention. Examine specific strategies for parents of ADHD children such as setting limits on video games, generalizing games-based executive skills to the real world and selecting games for ADHD children.


Session : CHADD1141
TG1: Understanding and Meeting the Challenges of Transitional Aged Youth
Lecture – All Interest Groups
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Timothy Wilens, MD, Harvard Medical School
  • Individuals with ADHD age 15–26 years have special issues related to the number of upcoming transitions in their life. In addition to functioning and living independently from their families, these youth are at risk for cigarette smoking and substance abuse. In this key note address, major life transition along with ADHD, other major psychiatric and substance related problems, and their treatment will be discussed.


Session : CHADD1141_MP3_MP4_COMBO
TG1: Understanding and Meeting the Challenges of Transitional Aged Youth
Lecture – All Interest Groups
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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Its a GIFT
  • Timothy Wilens, MD, Harvard Medical School
  • Individuals with ADHD age 15–26 years have special issues related to the number of upcoming transitions in their life. In addition to functioning and living independently from their families, these youth are at risk for cigarette smoking and substance abuse. In this key note address, major life transition along with ADHD, other major psychiatric and substance related problems, and their treatment will be discussed.


Session : CHADD1143
FBRI: Research Symposium I
Lecture – All Interest Groups
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Facilitator: James Swanson, PhD, UC Irvine Child Development Center and Florida International University
  • Desiree Murray, PhD, Duke Medical Center
  • 1. Qualitative Interviewing to Characterize Trajectory of Outcomes from Childhood to Adulthood - A brief overview of the MTA study design and follow-up sample will be provided. Qualitative interviewing methods utilized will be described, including sample prompts for assessing substance use. Preliminary findings regarding initiation, maintenance, and desistence as well as self-reported perception of relations between use and ADHD and ADHD medication will be presented.
  • Claudia Buss, PhD, UC Irvine
  • 2. MRI Imaging and Brain Development: Assessment of Contributing Factors from Infancy to Adulthood - An overview of new ongoing neuroimgaing studies in newborn, infants, children and young adults assessing environmental influences on risk for neurodevelopmental disorders and psychopathology will be presented. Data will be presented showing an association between early life exposures and brain development. Also, an overview will be provided of ongoing neuroimaging and neuropsychological assessments in MTA subjects.


Session : CHADD1143_MP3_MP4_COMBO
FBRI: Research Symposium I
Lecture – All Interest Groups
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Facilitator: James Swanson, PhD, UC Irvine Child Development Center and Florida International University
  • Desiree Murray, PhD, Duke Medical Center
  • 1. Qualitative Interviewing to Characterize Trajectory of Outcomes from Childhood to Adulthood - A brief overview of the MTA study design and follow-up sample will be provided. Qualitative interviewing methods utilized will be described, including sample prompts for assessing substance use. Preliminary findings regarding initiation, maintenance, and desistence as well as self-reported perception of relations between use and ADHD and ADHD medication will be presented.
  • Claudia Buss, PhD, UC Irvine
  • 2. MRI Imaging and Brain Development: Assessment of Contributing Factors from Infancy to Adulthood - An overview of new ongoing neuroimgaing studies in newborn, infants, children and young adults assessing environmental influences on risk for neurodevelopmental disorders and psychopathology will be presented. Data will be presented showing an association between early life exposures and brain development. Also, an overview will be provided of ongoing neuroimaging and neuropsychological assessments in MTA subjects.


Session : CHADD1144
FB1: Motivation: The Key to ADHD Success
Seminar – Parent/Caregiver, Educator
Conference : 23rd Annual CHADD International Conference on AD/HD
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  • Jeffrey Katz, PhD



     


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