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Many people have heard of ADHD. It may make you think of kids who have trouble paying attention or who are hyperactive or impulsive. Adults can have ADHD, too. About 4% to 5% of U.S. adults have it.
Could it be Adult ADHD? is for mental health professionals who wish to learn how to recognize, assess, and treat adult ADHD. Written in a style maximally accessible to the practicing mental health professional, this book educates early-career psychotherapists and experienced professionals alike on the disorder and its treatment. Adults with ADHD may have difficulty in MAINTAINING RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE PEOPLE AROUND THEM. Sometimes people think I can seem a bit aloof and maybe not paying attention but that’s only because I have so much other information coming in, my mind won’t let.
If you thought ADHD was a condition relegated only to the young, it’s not. If you had it as a child, it can persist and follow you into adulthood, especially if your symptoms were severe as a child or if you also suffer from depression or other forms of mental illness, experts say. In some cases, however, it might be something that cannot be fixed solely with therapy, like ADHD, for example. ADULTS WITH ADHD MAY HAVE DIFFICULTY IN MAINTAINING RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE PEOPLE AROUND THEM. Symptoms in Social Settings may Include: Make hasty and impulsive decisions.
But if these moments occur more than just once in a while, and there’s a pattern to them, you may have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD—especially if these behaviors affect your self-esteem, productivity, relationships and the quality of your everyday life. Anyone can have ADHD regardless of age, gender, or race. The symptoms start in childhood, but depending on a number of factors, it may go unnoticed and therefore undiagnosed until adulthood. Approximately 60% of children with ADHD will continue to experience symptoms as adults.
Adults with ADHD commonly report sleep difficulties, though more often characterized by delayed sleep onset or procrastinating on sleep despite being tired; however, unlike individuals in the midst of hypomania/mania, ADHD adults end up sleeping in too late and miss obligations, or suffer the consequences of sleep debt, such as feeling tired and fatigued, often compensating with excessive. Untreated ADHD in an adult can lead to significant problems with education, social and family situations and relationships, employment, self-esteem, and emotional health. It is never too late to recognize, diagnose, and treat ADHD and any other mental health condition that can commonly occur with it.
One out of every 10 adult psychotherapy clients—or more—probably has attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). When psychotherapists miss the ADHD, treatment is frustrating and less effective. This book is for the general mental health professional who wishes to learn how to recognize, assess, and treat adult ADHD.
Adults with ADHD are very different, developmentally and.
List of related literature:
|from Taking Charge of Adult ADHD|
|from New Oxford Textbook of Psychiatry|
|from Schatzberg’s Manual of Clinical Psychopharmacology, Ninth Edition|
|from Child Psychology and Development For Dummies|
|from Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics E-Book|
|from The Brain Health Book: Using the Power of Neuroscience to Improve Your Life|
|from Real World Psychology|
|from Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Third Edition: A Handbook for Diagnosis and Treatment|
|from Mental Health and Mental Disorders: An Encyclopedia of Conditions, Treatments, and Well-Being [3 volumes]: An Encyclopedia of Conditions, Treatments, and Well-Being|
|from Fitness for Work: The Medical Aspects|