Please read the link on regarding the Study for Teens with ADHD are helped with CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) from Duke University, North Carolina. So much of this overlaps with brain injuries, is it possible this would work with brain injuries and become part of health insurance payments to achieve one’s optimal level of functioning? Please take the time to look this over and leave comments for the researcher and ADD…and so much more.
New Study shows Teens w/ ADHD helped by
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Guestpost from David Rabiner, Ph.D.
Associate Research Professor;
Dept. of Psychology & Neuroscience, Duke University
ATTENTION RESEARCH UPDATE
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I urge any professional working with individuals on the Attentional Spectrum — whether teachers, counselors, coaches, therapists or physicans…
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