Podcast Episode #328: “How Stress and Trauma Affect ADHD in Children of All Colors — and How to Heal the Wounds”
Tune in to hear Nicole M. Brown, M.D., discuss the role adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) play in ADHD symptoms and diagnosis, and why the definition must be expanded to include racial discrimination and other traumas uniquely experienced by children of color.
Nicole M. Brown, M.D., MPH, MHS, discusses the role adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) play in ADHD symptoms and diagnosis, and why the definition must be expanded to include racial discrimination and other traumas uniquely experienced by children of color.
- “I found the presenter to be really knowledgeable and very easy to follow. Her pace of speaking, how she linked each sub-topic to the topic at hand was so informative. Thank you so much for this opportunity.”
- “Superb presentation with incredible depth. Many thanks and much appreciation to Dr. Nicole Brown.”
- “Great webinar. I’m a clinician and it made connections I didn’t consider before.”
Related recommended resources:
- Evaluating and Treating ADHD in African American Children: Guidance for Clinicians
- ADHD Clinicians Must Consider Racial Bias in Evaluation and Treatment of Black Children
- Meta-Analysis: Prevalence of ADHD Diagnoses Higher Among Black Americans
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Updated on November 13, 2020