“Emotional Distress Syndrome and the ADHD Brain” [Video Replay & Podcast #169]

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Emotional Distress Syndrome related to ADHD, was recently recognized and named by means of James Ochoa after 27 years of operating with and treating patients with ADHD. He observed in his patients that Emotional Distress Syndrome results in anger, low-self esteem, and the lack of ability to keep an eye on ensuing emotional storms.

While ADHD drugs and behavior treatment help with focus and hyperactivity, they do very little for Emotional Distress Syndrome. Fortunately, Ochoa created strategies for navigating the devastating disruptions brought about via the condition. With these groundbreaking pathways, folks with ADHD can thrive — not simply survive – and lead happy, productive lives.

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Meet the Expert Speaker

James Ochoa, LPC, is the writer of the guide Focused Forward: Navigating the Storms of Adult ADHD and the founder of The Life Empowerment Center in Austin, Texas. He has been treating emotional challenges in patients with ADHD for more than 27 years.

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Listener testimonials:

  • “A big thank you to James for your whole paintings against increasing working out of the emotional demanding situations contacted to ADHD.”
  • “All of the knowledge offered used to be relevant to me and my circle of relatives. I believe I've some excellent insights to transport ahead. Thanks so much!”
  • “I respect this information! My son was once identified with ADHD at 6 yrs outdated, has completed smartly, however his sister and I've a few of the identical issues. We will all get pleasure from your guide! Thank you!”

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