In this interview with Rachael Little, we will cover the brain on ADHD and how simple things might appear harder for people with ADHD.
I and Rachael Little will show you what happens inside the ADHD brain and what are the symptoms and behaviors of this mental condition.
By knowing in detail certain aspects of the brain on ADHD, a person can validate why various therapies are a must to treat their condition. If not treated an adult with ADHD will have a tall obstacle towards their future success and happiness.
Please note, you or your child might have ADHD and you might not be aware of it. It is a very time-sensitive matter. The earlier the treatment, the better.
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00:00 – Intro – Which Type Of Therapy Is Right?
00:50 – What are common traits people with ADHD have?
02:47 – How ADHD affects adults with their daily lives
06:09 – What causes ADHD?
08:14 – What do you usually see in Brain Maps of people with ADHD?
12:31 – The High Connection between ADHD and Depression and Anxiety Disorders
15:02 – Common difficulties of people with ADHD
18:49 – The long-term consequences of ADHD in married couples
21:96 – What happens once people with ADHD get help with Therapy or Neurofeedback?
21:55 – What to watch next from Dr. Abbey?
🔎🔎🔎 What is ADHD?
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by inattention, bouts of excessive energy, hyper-fixation, and impulsivity, which are otherwise not appropriate for a person’s age.
Some individuals with ADHD also display difficulty regulating emotions or problems with executive function. For a diagnosis, the symptoms have to be present for more than six months and cause problems in at least two settings (such as school, home, work, or recreational activities).
In children, problems paying attention may result in a decline in school performance. Additionally, it is associated with other mental disorders and substance use disorders.
Although it causes impairment, particularly in modern society, many people with ADHD can have sustained attention (hyperfocus) for tasks they find interesting or rewarding.
🧠🧠 What is (Neurofeedback)?
Neurofeedback Therapy or Neurofeedback s intended to teach people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to control their own brain waves.
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More about 👨⚕️🩺🥼👩⚕️Abbey Neuropsychology Clinic
The team of experienced clinicians at Abbey Neuropsychology Clinic in Palo Alto, California, provides comprehensive, interdisciplinary assessment, diagnosis, and treatment for neuropsychological conditions. Infants, children, adolescents, adults, and their families benefit from the team’s extensive training and experience and a highly personalized, collaborative approach to neuropsychological care.
Using evidence-based cognitive assessment tools and interventions, the skilled professionals at Abbey Neuropsychology practice traditional psychotherapeutic techniques as well as innovative, research-supported therapies that harness the brain’s natural capacity for change. Biofeedback, neurofeedback, executive function coaching, parent coaching, and Cogmed Working Memory Training® are some of the treatments available in addition to traditional psychotherapy and counseling.
The team addresses a broad range of neuropsychological conditions, including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders, age-related cognitive decline, learning disabilities, autism, and medical complications such as headaches, concussion, traumatic brain injury, stroke, epilepsy, and other brain-related health conditions.
Compassionate clinicians build relationships with patients and families that enable them to customize treatment plans to meet their unique needs. The team stays up-to-date on current research and works together with patients to find solutions and achieve individual goals.
The team takes time at each visit to ensure that both new and established patients feel informed and that all concerns are thoroughly addressed. To schedule a consultation with one of the experts at Abbey Neuropsychology.