Listen to “Girls and Women with ADHD: Unique Risks, Crippling Stigma” with Stephen Hinshaw Ph.D.
In this hour-long podcast, Stephen Hinshaw, Ph.D. explains how women and girls experience ADHD.
Listen to “Girls and Women with ADHD: Unique Risks, Crippling Stigma” with Stephen Hinshaw, Ph.D.
Stephen Hinshaw, Ph.D., explains how food, exercise and sleep can act as natural medicine for ADHD symptoms.
In this episode:
- what ADHD looks like in girls
- how many girls with ADHD mature into adults with ADHD
- the developmental outcomes linked to ADHD in girls and women
- how ADHD may present in adulthood for women with no childhood history or diagnosis
- why stigma toward ADHD may be growing among those who haven’t been diagnosed with the condition
- the most effective ADHD treatments for girls and women versus boys and men
- What ADHD Looks Like in Girls and Women
- Self-Test: Could Your Daughter Have ADHD?
- Self-Test: Could You Have ADHD?
- Sister. Wife. Mother. Living with ADHD.
- “Thank you for today’s podcast. It was amazing and I want to share it with my mother, who doesn’t understand adult ADHD (in me), and my daughter, who is amazing, but is having real life struggles with ADHD.”
- “This man knows his stuff. Thank you for your illuminating insights into female ADHD. I thoroughly enjoyed learning more.”
- “Love love love Dr Hinshaw. I wish this podcast went on all day!”
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Note on audio quality: This podcast is a recording of a webinar series, and the audio has been captured from telephone conversations, not recorded in a studio. Register to participate in the live webinars at: www.additude.com/webinars/
Updated on June 3, 2019