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2015 Annual International Conference on ADHD - ADHD Compassion and Courage in the Big Easy


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Session : CHADD1551
SB1: The Art of the Start with ADHD: Getting from Procrastination to Task Completion
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - ADHD Compassion and Courage in the Big Easy
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  • Nordmeyer, Robin L. P2PTC
  • Procrastination is a well-documented challenge for those with ADHD, and often gets in the way of their success with meeting day-to-day responsibilities or completing projects in a timely manner. This workshop will start out with addressing the connection between ADHD and procrastination, as well as providing an overview of common causes of procrastination. The workshop will then explore proven approaches to empower adults to get unstuck and work their way through less-than-desirable activities or commitments. Participants will also receive several tips and ideas for each of the approaches discussed and a worksheet that they can use as a guide to address moments of procrastination after they leave the conference.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Understand how ADHD and related executive function challenges may contribute to an individual’s tendency to procrastinate. 2. Learn how to identify which underlying causes are at play with procrastination. 3. Discover proven approaches to help adults get unstuck and moving forward on tasks or commitments to be completed. 4. Hear tips for each approach to help get started, stay on track and finish. 5. Explore how focusing on strengths, learning preferences, self-talk and creative thinking can help with overcoming procrastination.


Session : CHADD1552
SB2: Undiagnosed and at Risk: Reaching Out to the 85%
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - ADHD Compassion and Courage in the Big Easy
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  • Brown, Alan P.
  • Up to 85% of the estimated 9 million adults with ADHD are in the dark about the condition and are undiagnosed. In addition to a personal account of the human costs of undiagnosed ADHD, we'll discuss why the condition is under-served; how treatments can fail those managing it and what we can do to help fix this drag on society, businesses and personal fulfillment.
  • earning Objectives 1. Describe some of the social, economic and personal costs of undiagnosed ADHD in adults. 2. List reasons why this at-risk population is under-served. 3. Assess the rationality and effectiveness of our corrections system vis a vis ADHD persons. 4. Compare my personal experiences to their own or to a loved one.


Session : CHADD1553
SB3: Moving From Pathology to Possibility: Applying Current Strengths Research to Design a Balanced and Effective Approach for Coaching Adults with ADHD
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  • Giwerc, David
  • Attendees will learn how the use of the common positive strengths, language, and deliberate focus on an individual’s top signature strengths can balance the brain’s natural propensity to be dominated by negativity. Understand how the use of educational coaching models, coaching process, and the VIA Character Strengths survey can provide immediate access to one’s best qualities, attributes, and capacities. Upon completion of the 15-minute survey, participants are provided with their own personal character strengths profile. Get the most out this session by taking the VIA survey at: http://www.viacharacter.org/SURVEYS.aspx
  • Learning Objectives 1.Utilize scientifically validated ADHD research (difficult for most adults with ADHD to comprehend), and explain it with common language using an innovative, educational coaching model designed with an engaging, visual, creative format. Demonstrating how to use this model in educating adults with ADHD will provide attendees with an effective foundational tool for a balanced approach to coaching adults with ADHD. 2.Introduce the VIA Character Classification of Strengths (CSV) and the VIA Character Strengths Survey. 3. Explain the abstract for the ongoing VIA Character Strengths Research being conducted in collaboration with the ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA). 4. Assess the importance of a balanced approach to managing the challenges of ADHD, and how the combination of character strengths, educational models, processing styles, and the coaching process are an integral part of a comprehensive program for success and fulfillment for adults with ADHD. 5. Attendees will be coached using a comprehensive approach and their personal character strengths profile


Session : CHADD1554
SB4: ADHD and BIPOLAR DISORDER: Deciphering the Diagnostic Dilemma
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - ADHD Compassion and Courage in the Big Easy
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  • Olivardia, Roberto
  • Bipolar Disorder is a serious mental illness characterized by depressive, manic or hypomanic episodes and a high risk for suicide. 20% of people with ADHD have Bipolar Disorder, while up to 70% of those suffering from Bipolar Disorder also have ADHD. Understanding Bipolar Disorder is essential in making an accurate diagnosis. Learn ways to differentiating between the two disorders and common errors made in diagnosis. Psychological and pharmacological treatment interventions will be reviewed.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Identify the symptoms of Bipolar I and Bipolar II Disorder. 2. Understand the symptoms that ADHD and Bipolar Disorder share. 3. Cite the ways to differentiate between ADHD and Bipolar Disorder. 4. Identify the risk factors of having both ADHD and Bipolar Disorder. 5. Learn psychological and pharmacological treatment interventions for ADHD and Bipolar Disorder.


Session : CHADD1555
SB5: Mediation Management of Side Effects When ADHD Patients are comorbid for Asperger's Syndrome or Anxiety Disorders
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  • Aull, Edward B.
  • Learn about medications and dosages of medications utilized to treat patients who are comorbid for ADHD and anxiety disorders. Particular attention to medications used to treat patients with autism spectrum disorders, including Asperger's syndrome will be discussed.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Learn the frequency of comorbid ADHD and anxiety disorders. 2. Learn what medications can be used to treat side effects of ADHD medications. 3. Learn about the use of atypical antipsychotics in autism spectrum disorder. 4. Learn why some SSRI's are preferred, especially in children and adolescents. 5. Learn the symptoms of anxiety that may result from the use of ADHD medications.


Session : CHADD1556
SB6: Strategies and Accommodations to Enhance Executive Functions
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  • Dendy, Chris A. Z.
  • A veteran school psychologist, teacher, counselor, and parent will review strategies for enhancing and accommodating deficits in attention and executive skills. Academically, these deficits in executive function impact the ability to memorize information, remember what is read, write essays and complete complex math problems. This practical workshop identifies challenges, interventions, and teaching strategies.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Participants will identify two common academic problems that are directly linked to deficits in executive function. 2. Participant will suggest an intervention strategy to address these two academic challenges. 3.Participants will identify two “academically related skills” that are linked to executive function deficits. 4. Participants will suggest an intervention strategy to address these deficits. 5. Participants will identify two favorite teaching strategies that are effective for students with ADHD.


Session : CHADD1557
SB7: Mindful ADHD:  Cultivating Calm, Clarity and Compassion
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  • Bertin, Mark
  • Since its introduction into the ADHD community, interest has taken off in the practice of mindfulness. What’s the latest understanding of its impact on parents, children and ADHD care? The research continues to suggest that mindfulness training reduces stress, improves executive function and attention, promotes healthy communication and compassion, fosters emotional regulation, and leads to an enhanced sense of well-being - but what’s possible? How can it be integrated into the rest of evidence-based ADHD care?
  • Learning Objectives 1. To review current scientific research demonstrating the positive effects of mindfulness and of meditation training on attention and self-regulation, cognitive flexibility, stress reduction, parenting, relationships, and in young children. 2. To describe practical and accessible techniques that parents can use to manage their own stress, make skillful decisions in daily life, and cultivate similar abilities in their children. 3. To describe ways mindfulness may be incorporated into ADHD care and support behavioral, educational and medical decision making. 4. To outline how mindfulness can help address concerns regarding self-esteem, compassion and communication. 5. To describe the impact of mindfulness practice on emotional regulation along with practices to supports it's care.


Session : CHADD1559
SB9: Creating Better Relationships with Our Adult Children with ADHD
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - ADHD Compassion and Courage in the Big Easy
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  • Rhodes, Sharyn S. P2PTC
  • When the adult fails to launch and lives at home or is financially dependent, relationships can become strained. Better relationships can be achieved when the parent and adult learn more about how each other is feeling, how to set boundaries, avoid ultimatums, and recognize the part they play in creating and maintaining the difficult relationship. This presentation will provide parents and adults with ADHD better ways to manage their relationship through empathizing with each other’s positions and fears, learning to set personal boundaries, find resources, and accept each other as they are today.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Enumerate the issues and needs of parents of adults with ADHD, both in the present and long-term. 2.Identify the emotional pain that adults with ADHD who have not launched endure. 3. Identify resources and supports for these parents and adult children outside of support groups. 4. Set and enforce boundaries them without ultimatums, blowouts, tears and guilt. 5. Identify the relationship you currently have, and the role of empathy and acceptance without rancor, wishful thinking or denial.


Session : CHADD1561
SC2: Women, ADHD, & Intimacy - An Overview of Connection Across the Lifespan
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - ADHD Compassion and Courage in the Big Easy
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  • Frank, Michelle
  • This presentation will be a description of ways in which ADHD impacts women’s relationships across the lifespan. From family of origin, to friends, to romantic partners and children, this presentation will describe common relational dynamics and obstacles for women with ADHD. Strategies for improving relational interactions and patterns will also be discussed.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Describe how experiences with ADHD within women’s family of origin impact view of self, understanding of diagnosis, and ways symptoms are managed later in life. 2. Describe two ways in which living with ADHD impacts women’s self-concept, and how this in turn affects relationships with others. 3. Identify two strategies to improving friendships affected by ADHD. 4. Identify one example of common family dynamics present when one member of the family has ADHD. 5. Identify two strategies to improving romantic relationships when at least one partner has ADHD.


Session : CHADD1562
SC3: The Kinesthetic Connection- Using a Wellness Model to Bridge the Mind/Body Gap
Conference : MAIN CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - ADHD Compassion and Courage in the Big Easy
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  • Graham, Alan R.; Co-Presenter: Paula Altschul, MSN, PCC; Co-Presenter: Roya Kravetz, PCC, BCC; Co-Presenter: Naomi Zomont, PCC
  • A wellness perspective can help adults with ADHD develop and increase their self-awareness and ability to make intentional choices in their lives, shifting them from fixed mindsets to growth mindsets and leading to sustainable behavior change. In this hands-on experiential workshop, we will address three dimensions of wellness: emotional, social, and physical. We will explore these dimensions in detail as they relate to individuals with ADHD and discuss how to bring elements of wellness coaching into ADHD coaching practices. We will invite participants to create their personally crafted access to their physical body “messages,” offering new avenues in supporting health/wellness.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Participant will be able to address ADHD symptoms through the wellness perspective. 2. Participant will be able to identify the connection between mind and body and its impact on individuals with ADHD. 3. Participants will be able to distinguish between a fixed and a growth mindset. 4. Participant will be better able to manage stress and emotional responses by applying at least two of the mind/body strategies presented. 5.Participant will be better able to manage stress and emotional responses by applying at least two of the mind/body strategies presented.



     


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