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It is estimated that nearly 6.4 million youth are diagnosed with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This means that ADHD touches nearly 1 in 9 of our youth! If a child you know has recently received this diagnosis, this one-hour webinar will give you some practical strategies in how to help teach skills that will assist in reaching their goals. We will also spend time looking at common treatment methods for ADHD to help you understand how to best support your child!
What You'll Learn
Elizabeth Avery, MA, LMHC-A

- Symptoms and Support

- What Does it Look Like?

- ADHD Overview

- Common Treatment Methods

- Working with a Therapist

- How to Help at Home

- Helping with Transitions

- Disciplining a Child with ADHD

- Mistaking Trauma with ADHD

About Lounge and Learn
Our Lounge & Learn webinars are designed to help those who care for children struggling with mental health needs. Whether you are a parent, grandparent, foster parent, adoptive parent, other family member, or caregiver, we are here to support you. We understand how hard it is to get information that helps you in your day-to-day struggles.

Our recorded webinars allow you to get support from the comfort of your own home. Yes, that’s right! You can watch in your pajamas 24/7! Through our webinars, our mental health experts can support you with strategies and information.

We want to help lower your stress while helping you to better support that important child in your life.
Elizabeth Avery
Elizabeth Avery has a Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate. Elizabeth is passionate about utilizing a strengths-based approach through a trauma-informed lens when working therapeutically with youth. Over the years, she has worked with the children and adolescents with a wide variety of mental health diagnoses in traditional therapeutic settings, schools, and within the juvenile justice system. Currently, Elizabeth is devoted to developing mental health programs within school systems in order to increase access to care and decrease stigma. 
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