behavioral therapy adhd when combined uses the former as the
therapy and the latter as the disorder. That is, because
cognitive behavioral therapy has been proven to help other human
suffering, it can also prove effective for ADHD, Attention
Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
a common behavioral disorder that affects an estimated 8% to 10%
of school-age children. Boys are about three times more likely
than girls to be diagnosed with it, though it's not yet
understood why. Children with ADHD act without thinking, are
hyperactive, and have trouble focusing. They may understand
what's expected of them but have trouble following through
because they can't sit still, pay attention, or attend to
details." - http://www.kidshealth.org/parent/emotions/behavior/adhd.html
symptoms mentioned above, the methods used by cognitive
behavioral therapy can help a child be still, focus, and pay
attention to details, the necessary skills for the
classroom. This means medication alone should not be the
only solution for ADHD.
Behavioral Therapy allows for methods to be customized to meet
each individual's needs, and for anyone with ADHD, one skill may
be targeted at a time with simple, step-by-steps until that
skill is learned.
Behavioral Therapy Success Stories Here: http://www.ocdonline.com/successstories.php
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