By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Name four challenges that ADHD adults may have.
-Name the three aspects of the challenges with intense feelings and distorted senses that ADHD adults face.
-Name the five steps of memory.
-Name the two types of controlling methods of coping with the ADHD diagnosis.
-Explain the ADHD adult’s aggressive methods of coping with the ADHD diagnosis.
-Name the Five Stages of Grief an ADHD client may experience.
-Name six common balancing issues that adults with ADHD face.
-Name the three questions an ADHD adult can answer to develop a Moral Inventory.
-Name the four steps in the “Scripted Calling” technique to help your Phone-a-Phobic ADHD client.
-Name three difficulties ADHD adults face in group interfacing.
-Name two difficulties adults with ADHD face in a one-on-one interaction.
-Name the four challenging areas for the ADHD adult in the workplace.
-Name one tool you might use with the ADHD family client.
-Explain the percent of the ADHD population will experience a comorbid condition.
-Explain why are the current DSM symptom thresholds for ADHD inappropriate for diagnosing ADHD in adult clients.
-Explain key components of the diagnostic process for adult ADHD.
-Explain the goals of a cognitive remediation program for adults with ADHD.
-Explain in what way was Cathy’s presentation typical of adult clients with ADHD.
-Name three ADHD behaviors most significantly impact adult relationships.
-Explain the key reason ADHD often goes unrecognized in females.
-Explain what factors may delay the diagnosis of adult ADHD.
-Name the five steps in a “Couple’s Dialogue”.
-Name the six internal resilience factors common to successful adults with ADHD.
-Name one strategy you might use with a client who is continually late for work.
-Name the required types of extensive analysis in Paul’s progress and ultimate career direction.
-Explain is the co-occurrence rate of ADHD and substance abuse disorders.
-Explain behaviors that are targeted for classroom observation.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."
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