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ADHD & Emotion Regulation with Dr. Russell Barkley



Returning emotion to its rightful place as a core feature of ADHD serves to better explain the development of comorbid disorders, such as oppositional defiant disorder, as well as various life course impairments. Dr. Barkley will show you how to determine which aspects of emotional adjustment problems in ADHD cases are the result of the disorder, and which are likely to be the consequence of comorbidity or other life course circumstances. He will also address the implications of including emotion in ADHD for its management.


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Product Details
Section:
Add, ADHD, ASD, and others
Speakers:
Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D.
Duration:
1 Hour 17 Minutes
Media Type:
Digital Recordings

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* CPD

This online program is worth 1.5 hours CPD.



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Access for Self-Study (Non-Interactive)

Access never expires for this product.


Target Audience

Psychologists, Counselors, Social Workers, Case Managers, Addiction Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists, Nurses, Teachers/Educators, Speech-Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists & Occupational Therapy Assistants, and other Helping Professionals that work with children.

Objectives

  1. Identify current neuropsychological theories of ADHD and the key role of emotional self-regulation problems in understanding the nature of ADHD
  2. Discuss the neuro-anatomy of ADHD and why those brain regions implicated in the disorder would be associated with poor emotional self-regulation
  3. Identify why certain comorbid disorders such as ODD are better explained by the role of emotion in ADHD than by the current DSM view of ADHD
  4. Explain how dysregulated emotional control in ADHD predicts the development of various life course impairments
  5. Describe the role of poor emotion regulation in the assessment and management of ADHD

Outline

  • Current Clinical View of ADHD (excludes emotion)
  • Defining Emotion and Emotional Self-Regulation
  • Overview of 7 Arguments for Including Emotional Dysregulation in ADHD
  • History of ADHD Includes Emotion until 1968
  • Neuroanatomy of ADHD Includes Emotion Regulation Structures
  • Neuropsychology of ADHD Includes Emotion Regulation Networks
  • Psychological Evidence Shows Impulsive Emotion and Poor Self-Regulation in ADHD
  • Emotional Dysregulation Predicts Life Risks Not Predicted by ADHD Traditional Symptoms
  • Including Emotion Permits Deeper Understanding of Comorbidity in ADHD
  • Implications of Emotional Dysregulation for Diagnosis of ADHD
  • Implications of Emotional Dysregulation for Management of ADHD

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