Release on 1995-10-01 | by Colleen Alexander Roberts
It's certainly better for the teen to be retained in Juvenile Hall than face a prison sentence as an adult. Teenagers involved in such ... All teens need to be critical thinkers, but this is especially true for teens with ADHD.
Author: Colleen Alexander Roberts
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publications
Category: Family & Relationships
A complete parenting guide that provides you with the information you need to survive these trying years.
Learning to slow down and pay attention: A book for kids about ADHD (3rd ed.). Washington, DC: Magination Press. ... Successfully launching your teen or young adult with ADHD into the world. Attention, 20(3), 10–14.
Author: Sandra F. Rief
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
"This book serves as a comprehensive guide for school personnel trying to make a positive difference in the lives of children who have been diagnosed as ADD/ ADHD. It supplies teachers, special education teachers, counselors, administrators, psychologists, and parents with information, techniques, and strategies that will help these students succeed. The book addresses the specific needs of students with ADD/ ADHD, but the strategies are appropriate and recommended for all students who appear to have attention problems, learning disabilities, or are underachieving for any reason, including gifted children. This third edition includes enhanced content in the following areas: medications, case studies, executive function, subject-specific strategies, model programs, and references, among others. For easy use, this resource is organized into thirty sections that provide comprehensive, practical guidance on such topics as: - Preventing behavioral problems in a classroom - Learning styles: elements and interventions - Cooperative learning techniques - Up-to-date educational law information - Techniques for relaxation and visualization - Challenges and specific interventions for students of all ages - Tips on communicating effectively with parents, physicians, and agencies"--
The latter difficulties with emotional control may be especially salient in teens having ADHD with ODD (Melnick & Hinshaw, 2000). These cognitive difficulties appear to be specific to ADHD and are not a function of its commonly comorbid ...
Author: David A. Wolfe
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Systematic, authoritative, and timely, this is an outstanding reference and text for anyone working with or studying adolescents. More than 50 leading experts comprehensively review current knowledge on adolescent externalizing disorders, internalizing disorders, developmental disorders, personality and health-related disorders, gender identity and sexual disorders, and maltreatment and trauma. Chapters identify the core features of each disorder; explore its etiology, course, and outcome; address diagnostic issues specific to adolescents; and describe effective assessment and treatment approaches. The book also provides an integrative conceptual framework for understanding both healthy and maladaptive adolescent development.
However, a majority of children and teens with ADHD do not have a history of traumatic brain injury. Causes of Comorbidity Why do some teens end up having not only ADHD but also another emotional, behavioral, or learning disorder?
Author: Dr. Thomas J. Power
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Adolescents (ages 12-20) with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are at risk for academic problems, strained relationships, peer rejection and unsafe behavior -- and parents are often at a loss for how to handle these challenges. If Your Adolescent Has ADHD: An Essential Resource for Parents provides the up-to-date information and down-to-earth support that parents need. It offers an in-depth look at causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and parenting strategies. Contrary to what was once believed, ADHD that starts earlier in childhood usually persists into the teen years. Yet even experienced parents are often caught unawares by the fresh challenges that adolescence brings. This book is one of the few to address ADHD in the context of teen friendships, dating, curfews and sports and extracurricular activities. It also offers practical advice from a leading psychologist on determining readiness to drive and instilling good homework and study habits. This book is a readable, reliable guide to evidence-based treatments for ADHD including behavioral therapy, medications, and educational interventions. Some approaches, such as school-based mentoring, have been little discussed in other parenting books. The authors also offer effective behavioral strategies that can be used at home, including communication and negotiation, problem solving, rewards, strategic punishments and behavioral contracts; and advice for older adolescents on dealing with college, work, and moving away from home.
First , the therapist must establish reasonable goals for change , based upon an understanding of ADHD and adolescent development . Problemsolving communication training will neither “ cure ” ADHD nor provide a primary vehicle to ...
Author: Arthur L. Robin
Publisher: Guilford Press
Parent-adolescent discord is often handled from a unitary perspective, whether the focus is on enhancing parenting skills, resolving conflicts in family relationships, or working to improve the behavior of the individual child. This important work shows the clinician how to incorporate all of these crucial elements into a single, research-based treatment program. Presented is the authors' influential integration of cognitive-behavioral constructs and family systems theory, grounded in consideration of adolescent developmental concerns. The book describes effective ways to conceptualize and assess the problems of embattled parents and teens; use assessment data in treatment planning; overcome resistance and other therapeutic hurdles; and implement carefully sequenced skills training, cognitive restructuring, and functional/structural interventions. The theoretical and empirical bases of the treatment approach are also discussed in depth.
all the way through, but the questionnaires at the end include items that illustrate some of the issues that ADHD gives rise to where girls are concerned. I have found this a useful focus for discussions with teenage girls and their ...
Author: Joanne Steer
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Written by expert professionals, this book provides comprehensive information about available support for women and girls with ADHD and tips for clinicians and professionals who work with them. The symptoms of ADHD are no less impairing in females than males, but can be missed or misunderstood. This book arms professionals, parents, and women themselves as it maps out where to go for information, who can help and how to understand ADHD better. It explains routes to assessment and diagnosis for girls and young women, how to access support in education, available treatments, and the impact of living with ADHD on overall mental health. It explores the benefits of ADHD coaching for girls to help develop their unique strengths and talents. There is also a focus on ADHD diagnosis for women in adulthood and specific advice about treatment and medication for later in life. Central to the book are the personal experiences of ADHD from women and girls from a variety of backgrounds. These tell of late diagnosis, missed opportunities, a lifetime of adaptations and the power of recognition and treatment and are powerful stories for professionals and individuals with ADHD alike.
... ADHD, from ADDitude Magazine: https://additudemag.com/authoritative-parenting-discipline-adhd-kids An interview with ADHD expert Kathleen Nadeau, “Raising Girls with ADHD”: https://chadd.org/attention-article/raising-girls-with-adhd ...
Author: Stephen P. Hinshaw
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Parenting a daughter with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is no easy path--especially because of the myth that the disorder is rare to nonexistent in girls. From pioneering researcher Stephen P. Hinshaw, this empowering guide provides vital information and advice to help you understand and meet your daughter's needs. Dr. Hinshaw delivers up-to-date facts on what ADHD is, why symptoms often appear differently in girls than in boys, why girls with ADHD behave the way they do, how to get an accurate diagnosis, and what treatments are most effective. There is so much pressure on girls to be "perfect"--and for those with ADHD, it feels especially hard to measure up. Learn concrete steps you can take to support your daughter's success from preschool through high school and beyond, while nurturing her confidence and self-worth.
Longitudinal studies reveal significant difficulties for approximately 70 to 80% of teens who had ADHD as young children. Although cognitive deficits and learning disabilities are common in children with ADHD, they are less well ...
Author: Charles Spielberger
Publisher: Academic Press
Category: Political Science
Encompasses topics including aging (geropsychology), assessment, clinical, cognitive, community, counseling, educational, environmental, family, industrial/organizational, health, school, sports, and transportation psychology. Each entry provides a clear definition, a brief review of the theoretical basis, and emphasizes major areas of application.
ATTENTION - DEFICIT / HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER ( ADHD ) Teens whose ADHD is predominantly the inattentive type may have difficulty consistently sustaining their focus on tedious , boring tasks , organizing their schoolwork , following ...
Author: Frederic G. Reamer
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Category: Social Science
In recent years a dizzying array of programs has emerged to meet the needs of struggling teens and their families-wilderness therapy programs, therapeutic boarding schools, alternative schools, mentoring and court diversion programs, independent living programs, and myriad day treatment and partial hospitalization services. Yet not all of these offerings employ mental health professionals or follow evidence-based treatment protocols. Some programs are licensed and accredited, but many are not, and some use techniques that are highly controversial, even abusive, resulting in injury and accidental death. Frederic G. Reamer and Deborah H. Siegel have written the first scholarly book on this influential and controversial industry. They begin with a time line of Americans' changing attitudes toward challenging teens and the programs and schools established to handle this population. Then they summarize reputable organizations, including a selection of community-based and residential programs and schools, and provide brief descriptions of typical services. The authors candidly discuss a number of troubling scandals and tragedies, exposing the tragic consequences of emotionally and physically abusive practices, and recommend a range of empirically sound interventions for the clinical challenges of adolescent depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, oppositional behavior, eating disorders, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. The authors conclude with a blueprint for reform and twenty "best practice" principles relating to harm prevention, program-based discipline, industry regulation, quality assurance, parental involvement, staff education, and after-care services.
You'll find 15 useful appendices, with reproducible information handouts for teens, teachers, and parents. Included is a “Twelve-Step Program for Parents and Teachers of ADHD Teens,” as well as a reproducible “ADHD Diagnostic Checklist ...
Author: Grad L. Flick
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This comprehensive resource is pack with tested, up-to-date information and techniques to help teachers, counselors and parents understand and manage adolescents with attention deficit disorder, including step-by-step procedures for behavioral intervention at school and home and reproducible handouts, checklists and record-keeping forms. The ten chapters include Medical/Clinical Interventions, Family Issues for ADHD Teens, Educational Issues, Network of Support, and more. How to Reach and Teach Teenagers with ADHD is one of the most practical and complete resources available for understanding the nature and treatment of attention deficit disorder and helping Adolescents with ADHD control difficult behaviors and overcome related social and academic problems.
The Risks of Not Treating a Teen with Medication There is a substantial body of literature that demonstrates the effectiveness of medication to reduce a number of problems frequently caused by teens with ADHD.
Author: Megan A. Moreno
This comprehensive book provides a framework for healthcare providers working with the dual challenges and opportunities presented by the intersection of mental health and technology. Technology and Adolescent Mental Health provides recent, evidence-based approaches that are applicable to clinical practice and adolescent care, with each chapter including a patient case illustrating key components of the chapter contents. Early chapters address the epidemiology of mental health, while the second section of the book deals with how both offline and online worlds affect mental health, presenting both positive and negative outcomes, and focusing on special populations of at-risk adolescents. The third section of the book focuses on technology uses for observation, diagnosis or screening for mental health conditions. The final section highlights promising future approaches to technology, and tools for improving intervention and treatment for mental health concerns and illnesses. This book will be a key resource for pediatricians, family physicians, internal medicine providers, adolescent medicine and psychiatry specialists, psychologists, social workers, as well as any other healthcare providers working with adolescents and mental health care.
And she was stuck because parenting an adolescent with ADHD involves a lot of dilemmas– dilemmas with no clear answers. When parents like Mrs. Edwards escort their teen to treatment, they often have high hopes that the magic of therapy ...
Author: Jennifer L. Allen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
An overview of the core competencies for the delivery of evidence-based family interventions for child and adolescent mental health issues.
Adolescents with ADHD often have a lowered sense of self - esteem due to their frequent social and academic difficulties ; however , most studies have not found an increased incidence of Major Depression among teens or young adults with ...
Author: I. Shenker
Publisher: CRC Press
All too often adolescents are neglected by the medical specialists -- there are disciplines devoted to neonates, children, and of course the elderly-but adolescents have special needs during a time of rapid physical, sexual and emotional development. This book addresses these issues, highlights the specific diseases of adolescents, and will be invaluable to anyone with an interest in adolescent medicine.
In teens and novice drivers with ADHD, behavioral interventions and pharmacological treatments (e.g., methylphenidate, atomoxetine) may be effective in improving driving performance. Implications for Teens, Parents, and Clinicians.
Author: Donald L Fisher
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
Despite a growing body of research and targeted remediation, teenage and novice drivers continue to be six to nine times more likely to die in a crash than they are when they are just a few years older. The World Health Organization reports that road traffic injuries are the leading cause of death globally among 15 to 19 year olds. In light of these crash statistics, understanding the teen driver problem remains of paramount public health importance around the world. The Handbook of Teen and Novice Drivers: Research, Practice, Policy, and Directions provides critical knowledge for a broad range of potential readers, including students, teachers, researchers in academics, industry and the federal government, public policy makers at all levels, insurance companies and automobile manufacturers, driving instructors, and parents and their teens.
Hy , M.S. NS nd ADHD fies of key issues related to attention play in the long - term success of their D / ADHD ... ADD / ADHD CHILDREN , INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM ( with Julie Heimburge ) is the most up - to - date , evidenceADHD teenager and ...
Author: Chris A. Zeigler Dendy
From the author of the highly acclaimed Teenagers with ADD comes a new book especially for teachers of teenagers with attention deficit disorder. This book contains concise summaries of over fifty key issues related to ADD and school success. From understanding the basics of ADD to using effective interventions, everything a teacher needs to know is included in this book. Busy teachers and administrators will appreciate the ease of using this quick reference. Parents who see their children struggling can use this book at home, especially when faced with homework difficulties, and to help to co-ordinate efforts with teachers. Particularly helpful for the home-school partnership are the many blank forms and checklists, suitable for photocopying. An invaluable tool, this book gives teachers what they need to know in order to support their students and help them to succeed in school.
Release on 2014-06-05 | by Judith Wheaton Herrman, PhD, RN, ANEF
I N T E L L E C T U A L H E A L T H A N D R I S K S ADHD, and its impact on brain executive functions, may lead to low self-esteem in individuals, ... For example, between 20% and 60% of teens with ADHD also have learning disorders.
Author: Judith Wheaton Herrman, PhD, RN, ANEF
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
This latest addition to the ìFast Factsî series, authored by nursing luminary Judith Herrman, is a pithy, authoritative guide to adolescent health designed specifically for nurses at all levels and other health professionals. It is the only book written for health care professionals who work with adolescents in schools, community agencies, neighborhoods, and other settings. It contains abundant resources for best servingóand having a positive impact onóthis population. Designed to provide speedy information retrieval, the guide describes a broad spectrum of health and health care issues particular to adolescents, reviews current data, explores behaviors and risk factors, and addresses nursing implications for treatment. Framed in a positive perspective of adolescence, the book also includes suggestions for working and communicating effectively with teens. Chapters are consistently organized according to the domain model, a whole-person health model comprising six pillars: physical, intellectual, sexual, spiritual, emotional, and relational. Special features include brief chapters with bullet points; an introduction, clear objectives, and summary in each chapter; Fast Facts in a Nutshell; lists and tables summarizing important information; and references including key resources. The book also includes a special section on chronic illness and complex health issues in teens and covers problems arising from technology use, legal and ethical issues, and marginalization of youth. This is a compact, affordable resource for students and health professionals ìon the front linesî alike. Key Features: Identifies and addresses the key aspects of working with adolescents in an accessible, portable, and user-friendly format Written by a highly respected leader in adolescent nursing Presents a broad spectrum of adolescent health issues in many settings Incorporates current issues related to adolescent health and risk behaviors throughout Includes information on communicating and intervening with teens
Between 25 to 50 percent of children and teens with ADHD are estimated to have sleep difficulties (Owens, 2009). The guess-estimated occurrence of sleep problems in children with ADHD is five times that of controls (Spruyt & Gozal, ...
Author: Gene Carroccia
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
ADHD affects over six million children in the U.S. and despite its prevalence, many clinicians do not accurately diagnose ADHD and do not screen for and identify the numerous conditions that can coexist and even worsen true ADHD or cause ADHD-like presentations when it does not exist. To help clinicians, this book offers three components. Part 1 presents the ADHDology Evaluation Model, which provides the ten steps to comprehensively evaluate ADHD. Part 2 presents numerous medical, sleep, psychological, trauma, neurodevelopmental, sensory processing, and fetal substance exposure conditions. These chapters describe the conditions in detail, how they coexist with or appear similar to ADHD, how to distinguish them from true ADHD, and how mental health clinicians and specialists can further evaluate and treat these disorders. Part 3 is composed of the Comprehensive Diagnostic ADHD Screening System (CDASS), a unique approach to improve the accuracy of evaluating ADHD by utilizing checklists to help identify: the risk factors associated with ADHD, the many possible conditions presented in Part 2 that may exist so these can be further considered and evaluated by specialists, and little-known and not typically considered conditions that can cause ADHD-like presentations. While written mainly for clinicians; parents, educators, and interested others will find the text helpful to better understand these complex topics, as well as assist clinicians with the ADHD diagnostic process.
In this book , you'll be learning how to get both ADD / ADHD and ODD teens completely under control . Hairsplitting between the diagnoses isn't important , because what you will learn works in either case . CDs generally don't respond ...
Author: David B. Stein
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publications
Category: Family & Relationships
Stein offers a powerful set of tools for parents of difficult teens, employing cognitive/behavioral and drug-free solutions.
ADHD . It may mean traveling to another town , or seeing a child psychiatrist or a primary care physician who ... that surprises parents when I talk about this topic is that teens who are not diagnosed and properly treated for ADHD have ...
Author: Walter L. Larimore
God's design for the highly healthy life provides a powerful balance of physical, emotional, relational, and spiritual health---even for the teen years! Teens face choices every day that either enhance or threaten their whole health. At school, through the media and friends, teens are hit with influences they have never faced before. Your teen needs your help now more than ever! *How can you coach your teen through the threats of drugs, alcohol, addiction, and sexually transmitted diseases? *What can you do about nutrition, eating disorders, self-image, and the frightening rise of obesity? *How does a parent respond to tattoos, piercings, and internet porn? *Is there a way to navigate the pressures of academics, sports, and over-commitment to find the healthy balance of stimulation and rest? *What physical changes are normal? When is it time to seek medical care? How do you find the best doctor? *How does a parent ease fears and adjustments, respect privacy, and intervene when needed? Good news. The doctor is in! Dr. Walt Larimore has seen it all---as a family physician, a dad, a medical journalist, and now your doctor on call. He equips you to powerfully protect and enhance your teen's health during these critical (and often scary) teen years. *ASSESS YOUR TEEN'S HEALTH: Use the simple 4 Wheels tool to identify the weakest 'spokes' in your teen's health. *FIND THE SPOKE THAT'S BROKE: Zero in first where your teen's health is most out of balance. Discover timeless principles coupled with late-breaking research and answers to your questions. *BENEFIT FROM IMMEDIATE ACTION: Follow practical, achievable advice, resulting in positive changes in your teen's life. Discover how your teen can experience God's Design for the Highly Healthy Life.
Alexander-Roberts, C. (1995). ADHD and teens: A guide to making it through the tough years. Dallas, TX: Taylor. Barkley, R. (2000). Taking charge of ADHD: The complete authoritative guide for parents. New York, NY: Guilford Press.
Author: Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The bestselling treatment planning system for mental health professionals The Adolescent Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Fifth Edition provides all the elements necessary to quickly and easily develop formal treatment plans that satisfy the demands of HMOs, managed care companies, third-party payors, and state and federal agencies. New edition features empirically supported, evidence-based treatment interventions including conduct disorder, substance use, low self-esteem, suicidal ideation, ADHD, and eating disorders Organized around 36 behaviorally based presenting problems, including peer/sibling conflict, school violence, sexual abuse, and others Over 1,000 prewritten treatment goals, objectives, and interventions—plus space to record your own treatment plan options Easy-to-use reference format helps locate treatment plan components by behavioral problem Includes a sample treatment plan that conforms to the requirements of most third-party payors and accrediting agencies including CARF, The Joint Commission (TJC), COA, and the NCQA