Executive Functioning/ADHD

with Elizabeth Olson Psy.D., LCSW

October 25th, 2019, 9am-1pm

Executive functioning issues are a significant struggle for many people. Knowing how to effectively understand and treat the disorders that are classified as an executive functioning problem can help you as a clinician to work more effectively with your clients. In this training, we will differentiate between the following diagnoses:

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Sluggish Cognitive Tempo/Concentration Deficit Disorder

Executive Functioning Disorder

You will learn specific strategies to help teens, young adults and parents develop better coping mechanisms in the home, at work and at school. We will discuss what strategies are most effective for each disorder, as well as strategies to help parents maintain their attachment and relationship with their child, teen or young adult. Drawing primarily from the work of Russell Barkley, we will discuss the importance of maintaining a positive parental relationship, how to do this, and strategies to help parents learn more about being an executive parent in a cooperative relationship with their kids. We will discuss what is most effective for adolescents in terms of learning to stay on task, organizing their lives, and following through with their goals to help them feel good about themselves and optimistic about their future.

 Reserve your spot now.  We have a few openings still available.

 

Schedule:

October 25th, 2019, 9am-1pm

Cost:
Special Introductory Price: $175
Regular Price: $200
Location:

The Collective for Psychological Wellness (Boulder Location)

737 29th St, Ste 102, Boulder, CO, 80303

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