ADHD. Definitions DSM-5 Executive Functions Treatment Options Ron Bashian, MD, Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics Contact email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org Life and ADHD Coach, www.validationcoaching.com November 22, 2013. ADHD Definition Steinberg, Adolescence.
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Ron Bashian, MD, Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics
Contact email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org
Life and ADHD Coach, www.validationcoaching.com
November 22, 2013
(Brown, A New Understanding of ADHD, p. 20)
A complex syndrome of
In practicing Pediatrics over the years, I found that helping adolescents with ADHD and their families was especially meaningful. Aside from the use of medication, so much can be done. It begins with understanding ADHD and its challenges, discovering your unique personhood, and then finding and using your strengths.
In my personal battle with leukemia and a bone marrow transplant, I encountered vulnerability and uncertainty. In surviving, I discovered core strengths and renewed my intention to help adolescents and adults with ADHD determine their inner strengths, apply them with increasing skill and confidence, and attain deeper meaning, purpose, and direction in their own lives.
When I do ADHD coaching, I am present without judgment, alongside individuals, encouraging and challenging them to explore their talents, chart their unique path, and make explicit positive changes in their lives.
I provide a complimentary 30 minute telephone conference, when you may ask further questions, I can answer questions about your ADHD, or I can briefly coach you. Then, if you choose, coaching will begin. You will have the opportunity to explore and discover deeper personal resources than you may have imagined, and move forward from there.
Every person is valuable. Every person has untapped potential.
Ron Bashian, email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org, mobile 703-403-5134
Highly Recommended, older teens, adults
with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
5th edition, American Psychiatric Association,
formerly known as DSM-V