“Emotions and ADHD: What Clinicians Need to Know for Accurate Diagnosis” [Video Replay & Podcast #150]
Access the video replay, listen to the podcast episode (#150), and download the slide presentation for this ADHD Experts webinar originally broadcast on June 14, 2016.
A note about this webinar: This webinar is part of a series designed for ADHD clinicians. Although all are welcome to view the replay, non-clinicians may want to notify the professionals with whom they work of this opportunity and share the audio and slide materials.
Disruptive emotions can be one of the most impairing features of ADHD, yet it’s a part of the diagnosis that is often overlooked. William Dodson, M.D., explains.
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Download or Stream the Podcast Audio
- Free Download: 15 Ways to Disarm (and Understand) Explosive ADHD Emotions
- 17 Ways to Throttle Intense Emotions
- Exaggerated Emotions: How and Why ADHD Triggers Intense Feelings
- 7 Emotions That Knock Us Off Our Feet
- eBook: Your Complete ADHD Guide
Meet the Expert Speaker:
William Dodson, M.D., is a board-certified psychiatrist who has specialized in adults with ADHD for the last 22 years. A former faculty member at Georgetown University and University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Dr. Dodson is a Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and member of ADDitude’s Medical Advisory Board. Dr. Dodson is a regular columnist in ADDitude magazine and contributor to ADDitudeMag.com.
- “SUPER excellent information—thanks a ton! Complex information was offered in simple terms and I actually understood!”
- “This was good to know. While I have read many books related to ADHD, I had not yet seen one focused on the emotions of ADHD, and it was quite an eye-opener. Very grateful for the opportunity to learn more about it.”
- “Many new insights into problems I have had in life. I am amazed that there are solutions to problems that have plagued me my whole life.”