Counseling ADHD Clients and their Families - A 2 - ½ Day Workshop

5/17/2013 - 6:15pm CDT

This workshop will help therapists identify clients with behaviors that are typical of those who have ADHD. Participants will learn how to work with children and teens that are diagnosed with this neurological disorder.

Adults with ADHD find that the disorder affects their work, their relationships and how they manage their lives. Without help they may experience a lifetime of struggles and are often misunderstood by those who deal with them.

 

Friday, May 17    6:15 - 9:30

Identifying Types of ADHD

Workshop participants will learn how to identify the three types of ADHD and explain them to clients. The presentation will also include the latest information regarding ADHD diagnosis and treatment options.

 

Saturday, May 18   8:00 - 4:30

Counseling Children, Teens and their Families

Participants will learn strategies that work for young people with ADHD in school and at home. Attendees will learn specific approaches to working with schools.

 

Sunday, May 18    8:00 - 4:30

Counseling Adults in their Work and Relationships

ADHD can have a profound effect on adults’ work and personal relationships. Participants will learn the important strategies adults with ADHD must learn to manage their lives and achieve success.

  

Presenter(s): 
Susan Pye Brokaw, MA, LMFT, LICSW
Fee: 
$250
To Register: 
Location: 
Adler Graduate School, 1550 E. 78th St., Richfield, MN 55423