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The most up-to-date thinking on ADHD from research, diagnosis to treatment and management

03 Jul

Being 'brutally honest' - Jannine's story (part one)

Diagnosed with ADHD herself, she understands the unique challenges faced by people with the condition and she now uses this knowledge and experience to help...

29 Jun

ADHD and ODD - what's the treatment?

It is imperative that a child with ADHD and Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) receives the treatment they need as soon as possible, as ODD in particular has...

22 Jun

ODD - a problem of misdiagnosis?

Often children who lash out or refuse to follow direction are thought to have Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), which is characterized by a pattern of...

12 Jun

Is it ADHD or is it ODD?

Many ADHD and behavioral professionals are stressing the importance of knowing that children with ADHD are at an increased risk of developing Oppositional...

01 Jun

Getting stronger - Andrea's story (part five)

ADHD is too often perceived as a drawback, while there are various personal strengths that can make having the condition an advantage. After receiving her...

19 May

Asking for help - Andrea's story (part four)

Asking for help is perhaps the hardest thing for any of us to do. When you do ask, however, you can be surprised at the amount of quality care and support...

15 Apr

My better late than never diagnosis - Andrea's story (part two)

Women searching for an explanation for their symptoms often face misperceptions or professionals’ lack of understanding about women’s experiences with ADHD....

01 Apr

Seeking answers - Andrea's story (part one)

Girls are statistically far less likely to be diagnosed with ADHD than boys. It’s an important point that deserves continuous attention. –Why you may ask? We...

23 Jan

ADHD and depression - part three

In Part Three, Dr Jennie Byrne explains  about the challenges within and beyond the treatment of those with ADHD and depression.

Q. Is it more difficult to...
22 Jan

ADHD and depression - part two

Experienced psychiatrist Dr. Jennie Byrne answers common questions around ADHD and Depression. In Part Two, we discuss if an ADHD diagnosis later in life can...

18 Dec

The creative ADHD brain

The conventional belief is that freedom fuels creativity, however, there is also a less well-known theory that mind wandering (the inattentive part of ADHD)...

17 Dec

Mindfulness: an ADHD case study

To learn about how mindfulness helped someone with ADHD, psychotherapist and mindfulness coach Stacey Camacho shared one of her client’s journey: a 38-year-old...

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