Overcoming ADHD in Adolescence: A Cognitive Behavioral Approach, Client Workbook

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Oxford University Press, 2020 - Psychology - 162 pages
"This Client Workbook is an accompaniment to the Therapist Guide, "Overcoming ADHD in Adolescence: A Cognitive Behavioral Approach." The treatment and manuals are designed for clients to complete with the help of a therapist who is familiar with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and/or structured therapeutic approaches. The program is designed to help adolescent clients with ADHD learn skills to help them cope with their ADHD symptoms. Core modules on organizing and planning, reducing distractibility, and adaptive thinking are included, as is an optional module on reducing procrastination. The emphasis is primarily on teaching the adolescent how to learn skills to combat ADHD and function independently. Information is provided regarding how to include parents in the treatment-inviting a parent or parents in at the end of sessions, including parents in goal setting in joint sessions with the adolescent and optional coaching sessions without the adolescent present. The guide concludes with a discussion of how to help the client maintain the gains that they have made in treatment. The client workbook and therapist guide include a discussion of how to incorporate technology into the treatment and "signposts of change" sections in each chapter. The manuals include many worksheets and forms as well as a link to an assessment measure that can be used repeatedly to gauge progress in treatment"--
 

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Contents

Module 1
9
Modeule 2
59
Module 3
77
Module 4
109
Appendix
125
Bibliography
151
About the Authors
153
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About the author (2020)


Susan Sprich received her BA from the University of Pennsylvania and her PhD in Clinical Psychology from The University at Albany, State University of New York. She completed her training at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)/Harvard Medical School (HMS). She is the Director of the Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Program at MGH. She is an Assistant Professor in Psychology at HMS.

Steven A. Safren received his BA from Brandeis University and his PhD from The University at Albany, State University of New York. He completed his training at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School, where he worked until 2015, ultimately as a Professor at Harvard Medical School, and Director of the Behavioral Medicine Service. He is currently a Professor and Cooper Fellow in the Department of Psychology at the University of Miami.

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