ADHD and Emotional Dysregulation

Recent research shows that a significant subgroup of people with ADHD has serious difficulties in regulating their emotions. It confirms that, in many cases, psychotherapy – to address emotional regulation issues – has a more important role to play as pat of an overall treatment plan for ADHD.

Finding a Career that Offers Happiness, Purpose and Passion When You Have ADHD

The job market today can be intimidating for students with ADHD, In this interview, ADHD and career coach Michelle Raz discusses the career challenges often faced by individuals with ADHD,and shares a process they can use to find an authentic career that they can be passionate about.

Instructions Not Included

While raising a son who has ADHD, Cynthia Flash often told people “He comes with an instruction manual. Unfortunately, it’s written in Chinese and I don’t speak Chinese.” So, when she read Penny Williams’ new book about parenting an ADHD son titled, “A Boy Without Instructions,” she naturally felt a strong resonance. In this review, she discusses Williams’ approach to parenting children with ADHD based on collaboration and empathy.

The Life of Lisa Ling – Telling the Stories that Matter

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Lisa Ling is an award-winning journalist who discovered she had ADHD while reporting on a story about ADHD. She earned her success as an Asian woman in an industry where her ethnicity was a rarity, and has been able to tap into her ADHD “super powers” to build a career as one of today’s top journalists.

Planning the ADHD Vacation

Summer is approaching and many families are making their vacation plans. Families with an ADHD child should do a little extra planning to ensure their vacations are a positive experience for everyone. Here are some travel planning tips that can help make your vacation more fun and enjoyable for the entire family.

Determining a Family’s Stress When a Child has ADHD

Raising a child with ADHD can be stressful for parents and siblings. Providers have generally focused on the care of the child. Now, a tool called IMPACT 1.0 allows clinicians to assess the impact an ADHD child is having on the family’s quality of life. This will offer providers a tool to better connect with and support the families of children with ADHD, and help avoid parental burn-out.

Could Virtual Reality Be Effective for the Treatment of ADHD in Children?

Many of us have heard of virtual reality in the context of fields like gaming, travel or architecture. Recent research suggests that its immersive and game-like qualities might make it an effective treatment tool for ADHD. It could soon take its place alongside other ADHD therapies.

School Services – The Critical Difference for Students with ADHD

A new study shows that too many students with ADHD are not receiving the school services they need to be successful with their academic studies. The executive functioning demands only become greater as they progress through middle school, high school and on to college and these services can make a tremendous differences in how these student fare.

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