Dr. Katz explains ADHD on the Hampton Roads Show

Watch Dr. Katz explain ADHD.

Thanks to Chesapeake Bay Academy for hosting Dr. Katz on the show. The Hampton Roads Chapter of CHADD meets monthly at Chesapeake Bay Academy. Find the monthly schedule at http://www.adhdinhr.wordpress.com or find us on meetup.com.

ADHD: Motivation – Three Approaches to Change Behavior

Listen to Attention Talk Radio March 20 8 pm – I’m the featured guest!

I’ll be talking about three common approaches used to address behavior from a clinical perspective. It includes conventional behavior management, positive behavioral intervention and support, and collective problem solving. We’ll also talk about coaching approaches to behavior management and brain stimulation from a coaching perspective by focusing on what stimulates the brain as a means to unlock the keys to motivational success. If you are looking for information on motivation, behavioral change, and different ways to address these issues, don’t miss this insightful program.

Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works.

Want to Get ADHD Kids to Pick Up their Things? 2 Rules of Thumb.

I am the featured expert this week at ImpactADHD.com, read my tips about getting kids to pick up their stuff.  Post any questions you have on their website and I’ll be sure to answer.

Impact ADHD is a great resource for parents of kids with ADHD —–> http://impactadhd.com/resources/hall-of-experts/

I’ve co-authored a new book: 365+1 ways to succeed with ADHD

I am so excited to share the news about my new book, 365+1 ways to succeed with ADHD! Co-authored by me and more than 80 other ADHD experts from around the globe, 365+1 ways to succeed with ADHD, offers a full year of tips and strategies to help manage the symptoms and daily challenges of living with ADHD. Written with parents, children, adults and college students in mind, you will find that tip or strategy that you have been looking for – all in bite-sized ADD-friendly format. There is truly something for everybody so don’t miss out! You can purchase this book from Amazon by clicking here.

Best wishes for your successs.

Learning to Listen

One of the most important skills that contributes to feelings of closeness and support in a family is the ability to communicate, especially when communicating with someone who has AD/HD. Studies show that listening makes up a major part of all types of communication. To listen well takes concentration and is a skill that improves with practice. Listening is especially important with children because they do not have as much experience as adults in identifying or talking about their feelings. Helping them learn how to communicate feelings constructively contributes to their ability to deal with feelings without “acting them out.” Read the rest of this entry

Putting Nighttime Problems to Bed

Almost all children go through periods when they resist going to sleep. The best approach to conquering nighttime issues is by having strategies in place to help prevent problems before they start. Here are a couple of my favorite recommendations. Read the rest of this entry


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