Myers Counseling Group is pleased to present the last in our Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder series, Attention deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, What Now? This article presents information on treatment options and strategies for work, home, and school.
We have also included our latest practice updates. We have information and links to our blog, group updates, and video’s. Our newest video, Anger Management in the Workplace, presents information on Anger in the workplace. Information as well as strategies, both for the individual and the workplace will be discussed.
We are going to start our Children’s Therapy Group in later fall or early winter. Times and dates will be announced. Go to our Services page on our web site to find out more details. Myers Counseling Group is offering a interactive tool to compare where your drinking patterns compare to National Norms. Click on What Type of Drinker Are You? to find out more.
We always welcome feedback and suggestions from readers. Please provide feedback or comments to Mark Myers.

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Albert Einstein

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity

Disorder, What Now?

Through medical, science, and behavioral medicine advancements, we have gained a greater understanding of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) over the years. Through these gains there is not only more information at our disposal about ADHD but treatment options as well. We are able to provide earlier diagnosis, more effective interventions, and overall better ability to offset the symptoms of ADHD. Much of these gains are attributed to advances in technology. Discovering and sharing information is  easier and efficient. The accuracy in diagnosing and development of tools has also benefited those diagnosed with ADHD.  For those diagnosed with ADHD and their family members, it may be difficult to figure out a starting point. This article will help in figuring out a starting point for individuals and families. Since there is no cure for ADHD, these options are presented for symptom relief and making life more manageable for the ADHD person. Treatment options and strategies will be discussed. There is not one size fits all. Individuals… click here for more