Has Your Child Been Diagnosed With ADHD? Is Coping With Your Child's Behavior Wearing You Out? Are You Tired of Searching For Answers? Want to know more? Need to know more?
This audio features an in depth interview with ADHD expert, Deena Kotlewski, MA, LCPC. She earned her Masters Degree in 1995 and has been a therapist ever since. She is currently the School Counselor for the Montgomery County Public Schools and also maintains her own private practice.
Most of the children she works with generally feel depressed, anxious, and/or sad. She works with these children and adolescents who have been diagnosed with ADHD to help them navigate through life’s challenges.
What is ADHD?
There are actually three different types of ADHD. Each type has a different set of symptoms.
- Predominately Inattentive
- Predominately Hyperactive/Impulsive
With the Predominately Inattentive type of ADHD, the child may fail to pay attention to details and have difficulty sustaining attention to a task or activity. They may also seem like they aren’t listening when spoken to directly.
In addition to the symptoms I just mentioned there are many more symptoms associated with this type of ADHD...
With Predominately Hyperactive/ Impulsive type of ADHD, the child may fidget or squirm in their seat. They may have difficulty waiting their turn and interrupt others.
Again, these are just a few of the symptoms of someone diagnosed with Predominately Hyperactive/Impulsive ADHD. However more commonly, children display a combination of the two types of ADHD.
The information contained in this audio is an absolute must have for every family dealing with ADHD. You'll get a revealing, in depth look at all three types of ADHD along with the symptoms and diagnosis criteria.
In listening to this interview (among other things) you will learn the following:
What are the three different types of ADHD?
What are the most significant symptoms you should be on the lookout for?
What causes ADHD?
How should ADHD be treated?
Learn about these little known secrets for coping with ADHD.
...and much, much more