Free Webinar Replay: Triple Threat: A Parent’s Guide to Managing ADHD, Anxiety, and/or Autism in Children
Laurie Better Perlis, Psy.D., explains each diagnosis and some very fine-tuned strategies for managing treatment — and everyday life.
About a quarter of people with ADHD also have an anxiety disorder, which is characterized by frequent, excessive fears and by panic attacks accompanied by dizziness, heart palpitations, or shortness of breath. At the same time, children with ADHD are 20 times more likely to exhibit some signs of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), which include social delays, communication difficulties, and repetitive behaviors. When all three conditions overlap, parents need an intimate understanding of each diagnosis and some very fine-tuned strategies for managing treatment — and everyday life.
Play the webinar and slide presentation of Triple Threat: A Parent’s Guide to Managing ADHD, Anxiety, and/or Autism in Children, plus get more information from ADDitude.
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In this audio and slide presentation, Laurie Better Perlis, Psy.D., discusses:
1. How to differentiate between symptoms
2. How to help your child overcome social hurdles
3. What behavioral strategies work best for children with multiple diagnoses
4. What academic strategies can make a real difference at school and at home
5.The best treatments and interventions based on your child’s unique profile
Meet the expert:
Laurie Better Perlis, Psy.D., is a licensed psychologist providing psychotherapy and psycho-educational evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults experiencing a wide range of developmental and psychological difficulties. She specializes in the evaluation and treatment of childhood anxiety and sleep disorders (OCD, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, specific phobias, social anxiety disorder, separation anxiety disorder, insomnia) and in the evaluation and treatment of individuals (of all ages) with neurodevelopmental disorders including ADHD, executive functioning challenges, learning disorders and autism spectrum and related conditions. She received her undergraduate degree in psychological and brain sciences from the Johns Hopkins University and received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Yeshiva University in New York City. Dr. Perlis joined Psychological Resource Associates in Maryland in 2011.
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