Cognitive-behavioral therapy helps reverse the negativity that torments adults with ADD — and prevents them from reaching goals.

Cognitive-behavioral therapy helps reverse the negativity that torments adults with ADD — and prevents them from reaching goals.
by Carl Sherman, Ph.D. on ADDitudemag.com
This article describes how CBT can help treat adult ADHD, however it leaves out a crucial piece of the therapy. CBT for ADHD includes the standard skills they described but it is also teaches skills specific to ADHD symptoms. Tools for time management, organization, and reducing distractibility to name a few. This is why it is important to work with a therapist who has experience with these ADHD specific tools.

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