Free Webinar Replay: You’ve Got This! Motivating Teens Without Threats or Arguments
In this hour-long webinar-on-demand, learn tips for motivating teenagers with Sharon Saline, Psy.D.
Whether it’s homework, chores, or extracurricular projects, your teen takes forever to get started — and needs a steady stream of reminders to finish. Many parents of teens with ADHD feel exasperated and exhausted trying to teach responsibility, motivation, and follow-through. It turns out the only way to successfully motivate teens with ADHD is with a strength-based, collaborative approach.
Teens procrastinate and avoid doing things that are boring, overwhelming, or unachievable. But when you include your child in creating solutions to daily challenges, you increase his or her buy-in and motivation. Together, you can develop routines based on incentives that matter to your teen. The strategies presented in this webinar will teach all-important executive functioning skills that increase personal accountability and foster independence. Over time, kids procrastinate less as they learn how to motivate themselves more and rely on you less.
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
- Motivate your teen with less frustration and more cooperation
- Determine appropriate levels of participation in your teen’s academic life, personal hygiene, and family responsibilities
- Teach goal-directed persistence, time management, and organizational skills that stick
- Help your child make positive long- and short-term choices
- Foster positive and appropriate behavior at home and in school
Webinar replays include:
- Slides accompanying the webinar
- Related resources from ADDitude
- Free newsletter updates about ADHD
This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live on March 21, 2018.
Meet the Expert Speaker:
Sharon Saline, Psy.D., a clinical psychologist and author of What Your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew: Working Together to Empower Kids for Success in School and Life, specializes in working with children, teens and families living with ADHD, learning disabilities, and mental health issues. Her unique perspective—as a sibling in an ADHD home, combined with decades of experience as a clinical psychologist and educator/clinician consultant—assists her in guiding families toward effective communication and closer connections. She lectures and facilitates workshops on such topics as understanding ADHD, executive functioning, different learning styles, and the teen brain. She is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Brown University and received her master’s degree in psychology from New College of California and her doctorate in psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. Learn more at www.drsharonsaline.com, www.facebook.com/DrSharonSaline, https://twitter.com/DrSharonSaline