ADDitude ADHD Experts Podcast

“Go Green: How Mother Nature Can Ease ADHD Symptoms” [podcast episode #49]

In ADDitude’s ADHD Experts Podcast episode 49, learn the benefits of “green time” in the great outdoors for managing ADHD symptoms in children.

Alternative ADHD Treatments: Green Time & Children with ADHD

Listen to “Go Green: How Mother Nature Can Ease ADHD Symptoms” with Andrea Faber-Taylor, Ph.D.

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In this expert podcast, with Andrea Faber-Taylor, Ph.D.,  learn how spending time in nature can improve focus, discipline, and creativity in children with ADHD.

In this episode:

  • How exposure to green space relates to a child’s development
  • How green time can improve concentration, self-discipline, and creativity in children with ADHD
  • Why children and adults should spend time in nature for mental restoration

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Listener testimonials:

  • “Very enjoyable. Simply presented, easy to understand & potentially implement.”
  • “Thank you for a wonderful podcasts! I am a firm believer in connecting people and nature! Look forward to more podcasts in the future.”
  • “Great ideas. Some seem like common sense, but great to know there is actual research to support what I wanted to try so I will continue to pursue more time in nature with my kid. Thank you!”

This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live on January 31, 2014.


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