12:00 pm CT / 11:00 am MT
Children and adolescents diagnosed with ADHD often confront feelings oflow self-esteemand a sense of pessimism about succeeding in a variety of domains, including in school and outside of school, and in friendships with peers and adults. In an attempt to manage negative feelings and thoughts, they often engage in self-defeating coping strategies that serve to further exacerbate their problems and distress.
To help these children and adolescents develop constructive coping strategies that enhancemotivation, learning, caring, hope, and resilience, it is important for parents, educators, and professionals to adopt a strength-based approach. This kind of approach highlights each youngsters interests and islands of competence and serves to reinforce a resilient mindset with accompanying resilient behaviors.
In this webinar, you will learn how to: