INTENDED AUDIENCE: Parents and Teens/Children with ADHD.
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: This workshop is intended for both children or adolescents with ADHD and their parents. Time will be split between parents and children, about 30-45 minutes per group. Dr. Briscoe will begin by meeting with the parents to find out a few current areas of struggle, ranging from difficult mornings to homework or technology challenges. She will then teach the parents about ways they can empower their child and she will review some resources to read through while she meets with the kids.
She will then meet with the kids to engage them in “joint” problem-solving. These sessions are meant to teach and model effective problem-solving skills and engage both parents and children in effective “joint” problem solving. Parents and children will be encouraged to continue problem-solving at home between sessions.
Kristi Briscoe, M.D. is a Board Certified General Pediatrician who “focuses” her practice on helping children, adolescents and families be successful with ADHD. Dr. Briscoe is the mother of a child with ADHD, so she has a very unique perspective on many of the day-to-day issues you're probably confronting.
TICKET INFORMATION: These events are included as part of the Next Step 4 ADHD membership benefits. If you are not a member, you will not be able to attend at this time. If you or a family member has ADHD, we'd be happy to discuss the benefits of our membership treatment program with you. Please contact our office for details.
INTERESTED IN ATTENDING ONLINE? If you'd like to attend online, or the available seats are filled, you can still participate. We offer the capability for you to join the workshop from the comfort of your home or office. This workshop will be streamed live via our Zoom app. If you are a current member, and would prefer to attend remotely, please email our team to request ZOOM ACCESS. You'll need to provide the date and title of this workshop.
PRINTABLE RESOURCES: Here's a document you should print off before the workshop begins, so you can take notes and follow along during the presentation.