“ADHD Awareness Month: Combating Stereotypes About Women, Men, and Children with ADHD” [Video Replay & Podcast #375]

Episode Description

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Few stipulations in medication and psychology suffer from more cartoon, stereotype, flat-out lies, or disinformation than ADHD. Those identified with ADHD run into those stereotypes day-to-day. Friends, family, co-workers, and even some clinicians who diagnose adults and children perpetuate the stereotypes with erroneous info and erroneous critiques. It is our activity to grasp the facts about ADHD and to stand up for ourselves when faced with these pathologizing myths, incorrect information, and false narratives. There is not any better time to begin than ADHD Awareness Month.

It all begins with the identify itself — attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or ADD), which connotes a deficiency. But in reality that folks with ADHD don't suffer from a deficit of attention. We have an abundance of attention — for the things that captivate our interests. Another commonplace misconception is that the unfavorable symptoms of ADHD in children derive from careless, uninvolved, or inaccurate parenting. Not true. Actually, there is a long and shameful custom of blaming oldsters for psychological health prerequisites which might be genetic.

In this webinar, mavens Ned Hallowell and Sari Solden will speak about the most common stereotypes about adults and children identified with ADHD and allow you to counter these mistaken concepts with info, not anger. This ADHD Awareness Month, you are going to be informed…

  • Common stereotypes that bog down working out of the condition in males and ladies identified with hyperactive and essentially inattentive-type ADHD
  • Strategies to blunt emotions of disgrace or guilt when others make hurtful, inaccurate statements about you or your ADHD
  • How to grow to be an “authority” on ADHD
  • How to be in contact with friends and families about their ADHD misconceptions

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Meet the Expert Speakers:

Edward (Ned) Hallowell, M.D., is a kid and adult psychiatrist, leading authority in the box of ADHD, the host of “Dr. Hallowell’s Wonderful World of Different” –  a weekly podcast for thriving on this CrazyBusy world, world-renowned speaker and the founder of The Hallowell Centers in Boston MetroWest, NYC, San Francisco and Seattle, and writer of 20 books including the NY Times highest vendor: Driven to Distraction. Other books include Delivered from DistractionDriven to Distraction at Work, Because I Come from a Crazy Family: The Making of a Psychiatrist and maximum not too long ago, ADHD 2.0: New Science and Essential Strategies for Thriving with Distraction–from Childhood through Adulthood. Learn more at www.drhallowell.com. Dr. Hallowell does not have any monetary affiliations.

Sari Solden, M.S., is a psychotherapist who has endorsed adults with ADHD for over 30 years. She is the writer of the books, Women with Attention Deficit Disorder, Journeys Through ADDulthood, and co-author of A Radical Guide for Women with ADHD. Her areas of specialization include women’s problems, inattentive ADHD, and the emotional consequences and healing procedure for adults who grew up with undiagnosed ADHD. She is a prominent keynote speaker on these topics nationally and the world over. Ms. Solden these days consults with and leads teams for neurodiverse girls psychological well being and serving to professionals, in addition to trains therapists in how to help women with ADHD. She serves at the professional advisory board of ADDA and used to be the recipient in their award for remarkable carrier via a helping skilled.

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