Hot off the press new extensive research shows early diagnosis is proven to significantly improve life chances and reduce the risk of mental health problems and school failure in ADHD. This
long-term study provides further reason to identify & treat ADHD early. Please get your teacher/doctor to read this!
Defiance. Clutter. Disorganization. Poor time management. Difficulty with routines. Are these typical teen behaviours? Or indicators of unmanaged ADHD? Find out, in this video.
Schoolboy, 12, with ADHD given ‘most likely to be distracted award’ with picture of zombie on it by teacher! Derek Cooper was reduced to tears when he was given the mock award in front of classmates at Plainfield Central School in Connecticut.
It read: “'Most likely to be distracted by… look something shiny!" and was accompanied by a zombie being held up by a balloon.
The son of former President Patrick Hillery has resigned from his post as a psychiatrist in the HSE in protest at the state of mental health services which left him "ethically compromised".
Dr John Hillery worked in the mental health and intellectual disability services for nearly 30 years.
He described how in his own case the lack of a respite service for young men with autism, who suffer behavioural distress, left him with no option but to prescribe them medication to relieve this.
Following on from our very successful Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) course last year we are delighted to let you know this course is now available again! This course is aimed at adolescents!
SFBT promotes positive change by encouraging participants to focus positively on what they do well and to set goals and work out how to achieve them. With Solution Focused Brief Therapy, the conversation is directed toward developing and achieving their vision of solutions. This method is future-focused, goal-directed and focuses on solutions rather than on the problems.