Free Webinar Replay: Emotions in Teens & Adults with ADHD: Managing Them for Success
In this hour-long webinar-on-demand, learn why emotions are an everyday part of living with ADHD, explained by expert Thomas Brown, Ph.D.
Emotions are the missing piece of an ADHD diagnosis — they are not explicitly included in the DSM-V diagnostic criteria. Yet, emotions — both positive and negative — play a critical role in prioritizing and getting started on tasks, sustaining interest/effort, holding thoughts in active memory, and choosing to engage in or avoid tasks. In other words, they’re at the root of many things teens and adults with ADD struggle with.
- How emotions affect everyday life with ADHD
- How to avoid feeling “flooded” by one emotion
- Strategies for putting the brakes on anger and frustration
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Meet the Expert Speaker
Thomas E. Brown, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist who taught for more than 20 years on the clinical faculty of Yale Medical School and is now director of the Brown Clinic for Attention and Related Disorders in Manhattan Beach, California. He is also adjunct clinical associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. His most recent books are Smart but Stuck: Emotions in Teens and Adults with ADHD and Outside the Box: Rethinking ADD/ADHD in Children and Adults. His website is www.BrownADHDClinic.com.