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Event : CHADD113


Session : CHADD1601
TA01 ADHD and Screen Time - Research, Reality, Benefits, and Concerns
Conference : PRE-CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - Be Extraordinary
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Its a GIFT
  • Randy Kulman PhD
  • This presentation will explore current research on video-game and technology use among children with ADHD and present data from the author’s ongoing study of more than 500 families on attitudes, behavior, and conflicts related to screen time in children with ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder. The presentation will describe research on how popular video games such as Starcraft and Portal 2, along with neurotechnologies such as Project Evo and Cogmed, improve executive functions, working memory, selective attention, and processing speed. The workshop will also discuss the newest research on the impact of excessive video-game play among kids with ADHD, ASD, and Learning Disabilities. Practical and research-based strategies for optimizing the benefits as well as limiting the use of digital media in home, school, and office settings will be discussed. Participants are asked to bring a smartphone, tablet device, or laptop to the session.


Session : CHADD1602
TA02 Just Medication: Proven Non-Medication Treatments for ADHD
Conference : PRE-CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - Be Extraordinary
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Its a GIFT
  • Stephanie Sarkis. PhD
  • In your practice, you will find clients/patients with an ADHD diagnosis who prefer not to take medication. There are various reasons for this – and in this seminar you will learn these reasons, and you will discover what other treatment options are available. The more you know the “whys” of your client’s choice of treatment, the better quality of care you can provide them. Medications available for treating ADHD, including the benefits and side effects will be discussed. You will learn the myths surrounding medication, and how to help your client/patient make the most informed choice about their treatment.


Session : CHADD1603
TA04 Mental Models and Life Span Development: A Powerful Coaching Approach
Conference : PRE-CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - Be Extraordinary
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Its a GIFT
  • Sarah Wright MS and Tamara Rosier. PhD
  • This interactive session offers a glimpse into understanding an approach that works on a deeper level insight to the place from where clients make meaning of their experiences. This approach is concerned with helping client’s think about their thinking and takes the constructivist view aims to understand and surface, and then improve, a client’s mental models.


Session : CHADD1604
TA05 A Clinician's Guide to Mindfulness-Based Therapy for Adults with ADHD
Conference : PRE-CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - Be Extraordinary
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Its a GIFT
  • John Mitchell. PhD
  • This workshop will provide an introduction defining mindfulness-based interventions, establish the empirical background of mindfulness-based treatments for different forms of psychopathology (including ADHD in adulthood), describe the rationale for application to adults diagnosed with ADHD, and describe a mindfulness-based treatment adapted for adults with ADHD.


Session : CHADD1605
TA06 Medication Treatment of ADHD Traditional and Cutting Edge
Conference : PRE-CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - Be Extraordinary
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Its a GIFT
  • Dr. William Dodson
  • Part 1 - Stimulants - Medications are the treatments of choice not the treatment of last resort. An easy. A methodology will be provided to choose a medication, fine-tune the dose to optimal benefit and then manage any side effects. Distinctions will be drawn among the 23 currently available formulations. Techniques to enhance compliance and adherence will be discussed. Part 2 – Second Line Medications -One out of every seven people with ADHD does not respond to methylphenidate or amphetamine. Three other medications are FDA-approved for the treatment of ADHD. Clonidine and guanfacine are approved as both stand-alone agents and as adjuncts to the stimulants. Atomoxetine (Strattera) is a non-stimulant that is used when stimulants are not tolerated or declined. Methamphetamine is a highly controversial medication which still needs to be considered. Part 3 – Off-Label and Pipeline Medications –The medications that manage side effects are off label but they manage side effects quickly. The MAOI, Parnate, has recently been used off label with adults nonresponders and those who have extreme rejection sensitivity. New research provides MAOI diets that do not require significant changes while maintaining safety. Five new stimulant and one non-stimulant in development will be reviewed


Session : CHADD1606
TA07 A New Model: Adult ADHD-Focused Couple Therapy
Conference : PRE-CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - Be Extraordinary
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Its a GIFT
  • Arthur Robin, PhD, and Ms. Gina A. Pera
  • This three-hour pre-conference institute is designed for clinicians but will also be helpful for laypeople. As developers of a new clinical model called Adult ADHD-Focused Couple Therapy, the presenters will provide a comprehensive clinical approach to help ADHD-challenged couples to work as a team in improving their relationships and their domestic circumstances. After reviewing ADHD’s wide-ranging impact on relationships, the presenters will explain step-by-step interventions for counseling couples to: “get on the same page” about understanding and coping with ADHD; practice positive communication and problem solving; benefit as a team from medication; replace counterproductive mindsets with more productive ones; use planners and organizational tools to increase productivity at home; and cultivate romance/ enhance sexual intimacy.


Session : CHADD1607
TB01 Teaching the Rainbow: Differentiating for ADHD in the Age of Common Core Standards
Conference : PRE-CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - Be Extraordinary
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Its a GIFT
  • Ms. Shari Gent
  • Children and teens with ADHD present general classroom teachers with unique challenges for instruction, particularly in states that have implemented Common Core standards. Students are expected to think more critically and work more independently in states where Common Core standards have been adopted. Executive function difficulties present significant barriers to learning, including difficulty engaging in instruction and problems in initiating and completing schoolwork. Parents need to be aware of the barriers that their children with ADHD face and how educators can make the curriculum accessible. Educators need tools to address the barriers to learning experienced by students with ADHD. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is one tool based in brain science that can support teachers and families in leveling the playing field for students with ADHD.


Session : CHADD1608
TB02 Individualizing Medication Treatments for ADHD in Children & Adults
Conference : PRE-CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - Be Extraordinary
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Its a GIFT
  • Thomas Brown, PhD
  • Medication treatment for ADHD needs to be adjusted to accommodate the individual’s schedule, task demands, sensitivities of body chemistry, medical problems, other prescribed medications, and ability to pay for the prescribed medication. Adjustments also are needed for a person also suffering from a co-occurring disorder such as anxiety, depression, OCD, Asperger’s, bipolar, or substance use disorder. This workshop will examine a variety of such situations and how ADHD medication treatments may be adjusted to fit the individual.


Session : CHADD1609
TB03 Children Who Fail at School But Succeed at Life
Conference : PRE-CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - Be Extraordinary
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Its a GIFT


Session : CHADD1610
TB04 "Turning Intentions into Actions": ADHD as an Implementation Problem-Treatment Implications
Conference : PRE-CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - Be Extraordinary
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Its a GIFT
  • Dr. Russell Ramsay and Dr. Anthony Rostain
  • A common problem in the treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is that, in addition to the myriad of functional impairments reported by clinic-referred adults, the disorder itself interferes with follow-through on and effective use of treatment recommendations, particularly the coping skills that are central to effective management of ADHD. In fact, adults with ADHD will often state that the crux of their frustrations is that they know what they need to do but are nonetheless unable to turn their intentions into actions. Existing diagnostic criteria do not fully capture the underlying problems related to the self-regulation and motivational deficits experienced by patients that result in these performance problems, nor do these criteria sufficiently inform psychosocial treatment. The aims of this session are (1) to describe the clinical significance of the self-regulation difficulties and motivational deficits associated with ADHD, (2) to briefly review recent etiologic models that provide a comprehensive and integrative framework for understanding the often diverse clinical presentation of adults with ADHD and, (3) to illustrate how these models help to inform psychosocial treatment, particularly how cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for adult ADHD continues to evolve to address the underlying deficits that commonly interfere with treatment progress. CBT for adult ADHD emphasizes strategies and tactics designed to promote the implementation of coping skills to improve functioning in this clinical population.



     


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