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Jul 9, 2024

A cluttered, disorganized living environment is as common as it is unsettling for many people who have ADHD. Michael A. Tompkins, Ph.D., helps us understand how to discern clutter versus hoarding and teaches practical strategies to decrease disorganization.

Hoarding vs. ADHD Clutter: More Resources


Jul 2, 2024

Children and teens with ADHD are more likely to be bullied than their neurotypical peers, and this bullying can physically harm their brains. Jennifer Fraser, Ph.D., shares strategies that can help children cope with bullies, and allow their brains to heal.

Bullying, Trauma, and ADHD: More Resources


Jun 25, 2024

Timothy Wilens, M.D., discusses new medications approved for ADHD and strategies to manage hard-to-treat and complex ADHD (attention deficit disorder plus at least one comorbid condition), including the use of a stimulant and nonstimulant medication.

Treating Complex ADHD: More Resources


Jun 18, 2024

Ryan Wexelblatt, LCSW, helps caregivers understand how lagging social executive function skills and social anxiety present in tween and teen boys with ADHD and shares evidence-based strategies to help boys connect with peers and develop real-life friendships.

Social Skills in Boys with ADHD: More Resources


Jun 11, 2024

Many women with ADHD experience what feels like premenstrual syndrome (PMS) — on steroids. Symptoms include severe sadness, irritability, fatigue, and physical discomfort. Dara Abraham, D.O., delves into the intricate interplay between PMDD and ADHD.

PMDD and ADHD: More Resources