Practical Advice from Parents Who 'Get' ADHD

This expert ADHD Awareness Month webinar with Peter Jensen, M.D., aired on Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at 1 PM EDT.
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Watch the free replay of the ADHD Awareness Month webinar Practical Advice from Parents Who 'Get' ADHD with Peter Jensen, M.D., that occurred on Wednesday, October 14, 2015, from 1-2 PM EDT (12-1 PM CDT and 10-11 AM PDT).

In honor of ADHD Awareness Month, former head of child psychiatry at the National Institute of Mental Health and acclaimed author Dr. Peter Jensen shares the parenting lessons learned by 100 families who've raised happy, successful children with ADHD. Topics include:

1. The questions every parent should ask their child's doctor
2. Making your way to the best treatment plan
3. Getting the school on board with accommodations that work
4. Winning over unsupportive family and friends
5. Inspiring better behavior without yelling or spanking
6. Negotiating meds with a resistant teen

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About the Host

Peter Jensen, M.D., is president and CEO of the REACH Institute (Resource for Advancing Children’s Health), a non-profit organization he founded in 2006 to disseminate evidence-based interventions for child and adolescent mental health. In Last year he was appointed Professor of Psychiatry & Acting Director, Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock. A passionate advocate for children’s mental health, Dr. Jensen is also the author of over 300 peer reviewed articles and chapters and 20 books, and has received awards for his research, teaching, and child advocacy from many national organizations.

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