Do you ever wonder why your child with ADHD has trouble getting started on chores or homework? Have you noticed that they get off track when following seemingly simple instructions? Or does preparing to leave your house in the morning often feel chaotic? Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Kimberly Harrison discusses why individuals with ADHD operate differently and how parents can best support them. Additionally, she provides advice on how to help get things done more efficiently, so everyone can start enjoying more peace and harmony in the home.
This episode includes questions submitted by parents of children who have ADHD. If you are interested these Q&A type discussions, be sure to check out The Parish School’s Adult Education series for more live events.
Dr. Kimberly B. Harrison is a clinical psychologist who diagnoses, treats and does research with persons who have ADHD. She is passionate about helping parents and children discover their personal giftedness and develop ways to use these strengths to overcome areas of deficit.
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