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Event : CHADD112


Session : CHADD1511
TB4: ADHD, Relationships, Sexual Functioning. . . and a Survey?
Conference : PRE-CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - ADHD Compassion and Courage in the Big Easy
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Its a GIFT
  • Tuckman, Ari
  • A couple’s sex life can be a source of strife and disagreement or of positive connection and rejuvenation. Couples where one partner has ADHD will have enough struggles, in and out of bed, making the potential benefits of a good sex life that much more important. This session will help attendees work with clients to create a more rewarding relationship and sex life by overturning common myths that get in the way of both and replacing them with more accurate and effective solutions. This process of negotiating sexual disagreements also strengthens the relationship as a whole and drives the personal growth of each partner. This session will be informed by the results of the presenter’s comprehensive online survey that explored the relationship and sexual functioning and satisfaction of couples where one partner has ADHD and one doesn’t.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Attendees will be able to explain the positive effect of a rewarding sex life on a couple’s relationship satisfaction. 2. Attendees will be able to explain how ADHD impacts romantic relationships and sexual functioning. 3. Attendees will be able to explain how common myths interfere with creating a happy relationship in and out of bed. 4. Attendees will be able to explain the importance of negotiating in good faith by holding oneself and one’s partner accountable in a loving and productive way. 5. Attendees will be able to explain how resolving sexual disagreements productively and respectfully drives personal growth.


Session : CHADD1512
TB5: The Adult ADHD Tool Kit:  Using CBT to Facilitate Coping Inside and Out
Conference : PRE-CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - ADHD Compassion and Courage in the Big Easy
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Its a GIFT
  • Ramsay, Russell; Co-Presenter: Anthony Rostain, MD
  • When describing their frustrations and difficulties, most adults with ADHD will say that "I know exactly what I need to do, but I just cannot make myself do it," including trying to use the commonly recommended coping strategies that they know will be helpful. The current session presents model of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for adult ADHD, an effective psychosocial treatment. However, the main focus of the session is on ways to enhance actual follow through on these coping strategies by describing various "tactics" with which adults with ADHD can increase the likelihood that they will implement these skills to good effect and, most importantly, be able to carry out various endeavors and goals. Both practicing clinicians and adults with ADHD will benefit from this implementation-focused discussion of the full assortment of foundational coping skills, their relevance for different aspects of life, and the role of medication in combination with CBT.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Summarize and recognize the role that executive function and motivational deficits play in the common presenting problems and impairments for which adults with ADHD seek treatment (and how they interfere with follow through on the use of coping skills). 2. Identify specific ways to define task objectives for adults with ADHD that will increase the likelihood of follow through in their daily lives. 3. Recite the four components of CBT for adult ADHD that are used to enhance patients' motivation and follow through on the use of coping strategies. 4. Identify a common cognitive distortion, escape behavior, and emotional reaction that is commonly observed in recurring procrastination and methods to intervene at each of these levels. 5. Describe tactics for managing the impact of emotional regulation difficulties that arise while trying to implement coping skills for ADHD in daily life.


Session : CHADD1513
TB6: Why is my child so disorganized and what can I do about it
Conference : PRE-CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - ADHD Compassion and Courage in the Big Easy
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Its a GIFT
  • Cooper-Kahn, Joyce
  • Does your child or student have trouble managing details and deadlines? Is he or she chronically unprepared or seem clueless about what is required to complete chores, homework or even to plan a play date? This presentation will focus on what we know about executive functioning that can help to guide interventions. We will start with what the science tells us in order to build a foundation for general principles of intervention. Then we will consider practical ways to apply these principles in order to create an “EF Smart” home and classroom environment. Participants will have an opportunity to create an individualized plan for a child or teen over the course of the workshop.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Participants will list at least 3 factors that contribute to sound executive functioning. 2. Participants will describe at least two challenges to successful intervention for individuals with poor planning and organizational skills. 3. Participants will delineate 4 general principles for intervention to improve executive functioning. 4. Participants will identify at least 2 specific situations that are challenges for a child or teen with delayed development of executive skills. 5. Participants will list at least one short term support and one intervention to improve organizational skills.


Session : CHADD1514
TB7: The Use of Technology for ADHD Diagnosis and Management – Is It Necessary or Beneficial?
Conference : PRE-CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - ADHD Compassion and Courage in the Big Easy
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Its a GIFT
  • Wiznitzer, Max
  • ADHD diagnosis and management are based on clinical criteria using standardized assessment tools and medications with proven efficacy. Technology-based methods using internet resources and computers are now being offered to aid diagnosis and management and to treat ADHD. This presentation will address these various technologies and the theoretical and scientific bases that underlie them and provide guidance about their applicability to clinical care.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Understand the use and benefits of internet-based diagnostic tools for ADHD. 2. Describe the biologic basis for the use of neurofeedback in the treatment of ADHD. 3. Recognize the value and limitations of web and computer-based cognitive enhancement programs in the management of ADHD. 4. Know the additional costs associated with the use of technology in ADHD diagnosis and management. 5.Distinguish between computer-based programs that address specific components of executive function and symptoms of ADHD.


Session : CHADD1515
TB8: Thinking about Thinking: Improve Motivation & Self-Regulation Using Metacognition
Conference : PRE-CONFERENCE AUDIO RECORDINGS - Annual International Conference on ADHD - ADHD Compassion and Courage in the Big Easy
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Its a GIFT
  • Rosier, Tamara; Co-Presenter: Sarah D. Wright
  • Metacognition is the knowledge of one’s own thinking process and strategies, and the ability to consciously reflect and act on that knowledge to modify those processes and strategies. Metacognitive coaching helps clients reflect on their own thinking processes, change ineffective thinking patterns, monitor their own progress, make changes and adapt their thinking – It helps individuals change how they think. As clients become more skilled at using their monitoring and reflective strategies, they gain confidence and become more independent. In this two-part interactive (and lively) session we will move from theory to application as we explore ways that we can encourage, cultivate and enhance metacognitive capabilities of our clients.
  • Learning Objectives 1. Teach their client’s about metacognition and how to increase it. 2. Use metacognitive strategies to engage their clients’ thinking and to maintain interest and intensity while in the coaching process. 3. Increase their client’s self-reflection, self-responsibility, self-regulation, initiative, goal setting, and time management using metacognitive processes. 4. Use concrete coaching tools, strategies, and activities that promote metacognitive thinking.



     


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