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Update on Child & Adolescent ADHD

6.00 CE Hours Available

This workshop provides an in-depth look at major advances in four clinically important topics pertaining to child and adolescent ADHD. Each of the four lectures provides a “deep dive” into what is currently known in these topics and their implications for the diagnosis and management of ADHD.



J&K Seminars does not provide NBCC credit for this program.

All orders include the entire presentation with handouts and a CE test.
Streaming videos and audio downloads will be available immediately after checkout
Mailed CD and DVD formats include the printed handouts and CE test in an attractive portfolio

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Participants will be able to describe:

  • The nature of executive function deficits and their role in ADHD
  • The 14 best principles for managing executive function deficits in children and teens.
  • Predisposed ADHD personality traits and lifestyle choices that impact life expectancy
  • How sluggish cognitive tempo (SCT) is different from ADHD requiring different management.


ADHD, Self-Regulation, and Executive Functioning: Implications for Management

  • The five major executive functions and their deficits in people with ADHD
  • How this instrumental level of EF relates to higher levels of EF in daily life activities
  • How this theory leads to more effectively designed interventions

Counseling Parents

  • ADHD as a disorder of self-regulation and executive functioning
  • 14 best management principles

Implications for Life Expectancy and Clinical Management

  • Impaired major life activities
  • Impact of childhood ADHD on various health and medical problems
  • Revising approaches to clinical management

Sluggish Cognitive Tempo (SCT) versus ADHD 

  • History of ADHD and Subtypes
  • Problems with Current Subtyping
  • SCT Symptoms within ADD without Hyperactivity
  • Children and Adults with High SCT vs. ADHD
  • Management of SCT