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Clinical depression : the overlooked and insidious nemesis plaguing ADHD children

Author: Paul Lavin
Publisher: Lanham : University Press of America, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder are in constant misdirected motion, unable to concentrate and complete assigned tasks, and behave impulsively. Their poor self-control frequently interferes with classroom learning and hinders their ability to relate to parents, teachers, and peers. Continued failure and criticism from those around them often has a profoundly negative impact on the ADHD child's
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Lavin
ISBN: 9780761838630 0761838635
OCLC Number: 166391270
Description: iv, 100 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: ADHD and depression : its prevalence and symptoms --
Depression : the underlying cooperation "killer" --
The acquisition of empathy : the first step in helping depressed ADHD children --
The adult-child relationship : the catalyst for change --
More on the adult-child relationship : inspiring the ADHD child to please you --
Defensive thinking : the importance of recognizing destructive thought patterns --
Perception : its critical importance in understanding ADHD children --
Why perceptual change is so difficult --
Restructuring errant thinking : the second step in helping ADHD children --
The ADHD child's self-concept : it's important in coping with environmental stressors --
An ADHD child can strain a marriage --
The acquisition of confidence : how important is this? --
The rudiments of building confidence --
Affective education : a necessary ingredient for helping ADHD children to cope with depression --
Developing an internal locus of control : the antidote to hopelessness --
Teaching the ADHD child to develop an internal locus of control --
Strength identification : the building block upon which hope is founded --
Building a behavior modification program for rearing children to develop an internal locus of control --
An internal locus of control behavior modification program in the home --
A locus of control behavior modification program in the school --
Summary and conclusions.
Responsibility: Paul Lavin.

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