Addiction Professional - NAADAC

Group Support and Treatment for ADD/ADHD


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3 CE credit hours training
   Cost
$15.00
   Source
Robert A. Yourell
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Adults with ADD/ADHD: A Population Requiring Support and Treatment

AD/HD is a mental disorder described in the DSM-IV. The phenomenon of adult AD/HD is gaining increasing attention and investigation. In adults, signs of AD/HD may include poor control of attention and focus, excessive or driven motor activity, and poor judgment and impulse control. These problems may result in disorganization, procrastination, and poor attitudes and choices that lead to many personal and professional difficulties. Such difficulties can include injuries, legal and financial problems, relationship difficulties, poor school performance and unemployment or under-employment. Because AD/HD commonly starts in childhood, persons with AD/HD can have highly negative or even destructive self-perceptions and beliefs about people and the world. They may be immature in ways that reflect missed or negatively experienced developmental windows because of rejection by peers, mishandling by authority figures,


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