By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to
-Name the eight common symptoms of ADD.
-Name the five idiosyncratic, unique patterns of children with ADD.
-Name three examples of combined education and counseling in a session for children with ADD and their families.
-Name the three types of counseling for children with ADD.
-Name two types of counseling for parents of ADD children.
-Name the Five Tactics for Start Behavior.
-Name the Five General Principles for Managing ADD Adolescent Behavior.
-Name the Four Common Errors for the parent of an ADD teenager.
-Name the Four Steps for dealing with an ADD teenager’s social and behavioral problems.
-Name the Two Steps to Avoiding and Stopping Arguments.
-Name the Five Points to consider when thinking about medicating an ADD child.
-Name two examples of common misunderstanding obstacles.
-Name five key strategies for dealing with ADD children in the classroom.
-Name the four steps to teaching an ADD teen to manage his or her time.
-Name the three subtypes of ADD.
-Name the four most commonly occurring comorbid disorders in children with ADD.
-Explain what area of social functioning is most positively impacted by social skills training.
-Name the four objectives of parent training.
-Explain which subtype of ADD should be considered the most impaired.
-Explain how was home-school communication accomplished, in Colton’s example of conjoint behavioral consultation,
-Name the four principles to consider when evaluating the family of a child with ADD.
-Name five of the key topics to include in the sessions, when conducting training for the parents of an ADD child,
-Name 6 strategies adolescents with ADD can use to enhance attention.
-Explain the steps in the "CAN DO" mnemonic.
-Explain what is a group intervention exercise that can help ADD children gain insight into the need for organization.
-Name the five characteristics of an ADHD-friendly adult.
-Name three dependent specific, measurable goal statements to use in the Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS).
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