Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for ADHD in Adolescents and by Susan Young, Jessica Bramham(auth.)

By Susan Young, Jessica Bramham(auth.)

The 1st version of this publication brought the Young-Bramham Programme, a pioneering method of cognitive behavioural remedy for ADHD in adults, which was once well-received by way of scientific and educational groups alike. in accordance with the newest findings within the box, the authors have improved the second one version to include therapy recommendations not just for adults, but in addition for kids with ADHD.

  • Updates the confirmed Young-Bramham Programme for use not just with adults but additionally with kids, who're making the tricky transition from baby to grownup companies
  • New version of an influential consultant to treating ADHD past youth which encompasses the hot development in medical wisdom of ADHD in addition to released remedy guidance
  • Chapter layout presents a normal creation, an outline of useful deficits, evaluate equipment, CBT options to the matter, and a template for team supply

Content:
Chapter 1 creation (pages 3–20):
Chapter 2 providing the Young?Bramham Programme (pages 21–36):
Chapter three awareness Module (pages 39–53):
Chapter four reminiscence Module (pages 54–63):
Chapter five association and Time?Management Module (pages 64–90):
Chapter 6 Impulsivity Module (pages 91–107):
Chapter 7 Problem?Solving Module (pages 111–128):
Chapter eight Interpersonal Relationships Module (pages 129–152):
Chapter nine nervousness Module (pages 153–181):
Chapter 10 Frustration and Anger Module (pages 182–202):
Chapter eleven Low?Mood and melancholy Module (pages 203–220):
Chapter 12 Sleep Module (pages 221–242):
Chapter thirteen Substance Misuse Module (pages 243–266):
Chapter 14 getting ready for the longer term Module (pages 269–284):

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The Impulsivity Module (Chapter 6) addresses behaviours that are often closely linked to a low tolerance of boredom, feelings of frustration, a preference for short-term rewards and an inability to delay gratification. People with ADHD find it difficult to wait; they speak out or act without thinking and tend not to engage in a process of consequential thinking. There are obvious social ramifications when individuals present in this manner as they appear to lack consideration for the feelings and needs of others.

The module also outlines techniques to build self-confidence and cope with physical cravings and urges by applying distraction techniques, activity scheduling, and motivating support. Part IV: The Future Module We recommend that an episode of therapy is always concluded with a final session (or more) that takes a positive perspective and addresses the future. Many people with ADHD have negative assumptions about themselves and an expectation of failure, and it will be helpful to explore how they perceive their future, and make preparations for how they will deal with perceived obstacles and setbacks.

Thus it is important to identify goals of treatment. These may be: ● ● ● general, for example, motivation to engage in treatment; modular, for example, to reduce social anxiety; and specific, for example, to complete homework tasks. Individuals with ADHD require structure in terms of personal organization and social boundaries and practical help to cope with everyday problems. They achieve best in an environment where there are clear rules and expectations of behaviour. Therefore a cognitive-behavioural approach is effective for adolescents and adults with ADHD, whether applied on an individual or group basis, because it is structured and has a strong evidence base for mood related disorders.

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