Solution-focused therapy and ADHD – a natural fit
A short attention span, impulsive decision-making, repeated mistakes, proclivity to boredom: these are not usually qualities that make for strong therapeutic engagement. If extra tasks like doing homework and following through on decisions are added, we can begin to understand some of the frustrations traditional therapy holds for ADHD patients.
ADHD in practice 2011; 3(4): 18–20
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