About Psih. Mădălina Simion

Psiholog clinician cu experienta in testarea psihologica si neuropsihologica a copiilor si adolescentilor cu afectiuni ale sistemului nervos (tumori cerebrale, epilepsie, hidrocefalie, traumatisme cranio-cerebrale etc)

Video-urile de mai jos sunt realizate de Universitatea Nottingham in scop educational. Pacientii sunt actori.   In this film, you see a GP talking to a patient who has repeatedly presented to the surgery for abdominal problems for which no organic cause has been found. The GP asks the patients at length about her symptoms….

Did you know the recommendations for treatment of children and youth with ADHD varies depending on the patient’s age? The guidelines for treating young children with ADHD between the ages of 3 and 6 are to provide behavior therapy as the first line of treatment. In this video you will learn to: • Appreciate the…

Review some of the most effective non-medication treatments for ADHD including cognitive behavioral therapy, workplace and school accommodations, exercise and mindfulness meditation training. In addition, gain an overview of ADHD and diet concerns such as omega and dietary supplements, dyes and food additives. Stephanie Sarkis, PhD, is an adjunct assistant professor at Florida Atlantic University…

Did you know that girls with ADHD are more likely to: • Be diagnosed with depression or anxiety? • Experience a worsening of symptoms in their teens? • View their difficulties with organizing and prioritizing as character flaws? • Suffer from low self-esteem because of their ADHD symptoms? ADHD can contribute to unique challenges that…

Is your teen with ADHD about to make the sometimes bumpy transition into young adulthood? As they approach adulthood, teens may be optimistic, terrified, or lost. Each category comes with its own set of benefits and challenges. “Hope” is what separates successful teens and young adults with ADHD from those who do not thrive, says…

Keeping up with your preschool child is no easy task, but what if her exuberant behavior and inability to follow directions is something more? In this special encore presentation, Dr. Mark Mahone helps parents understand difference between typical behaviors for preschoolers and the behaviors that may indicate ADHD. He shares with parents the latest research…

Has the clutter become too much? If you have ADHD, then you most likely know it can be a challenge to keep your home or workplace organized. Add in any possible family members, and storage can become chaotic. Professional organizer and author Susan Pinsky has tips to help you get and stay organized, including: •…

Is your preschooler more active and less attentive than her friends? Does he have more trouble settling down when it’s time for naps or meals? How do you know what is normal behavior for kids this age, and when these traits could signal something more, like ADHD? Join us for this special webcast focusing on…

Get practical advice about how to combat some of the negative effects ADHD has on your child. Author Jerome Schultz discusses the importance of kids knowing more about how ADHD affects them and how you can help your child to better self-advocate. Hear how you can: • Educate your kids about ADHD and help them…

Is your family struggling with some of the social and emotional relationship challenges that can accompany ADHD? Get parenting strategies that may be useful to help enhance healthy family relationships from Dr. Gina Richman and Dr. Kristi Phillips of the Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Child and Family Therapy Clinic during this Ask the Expert webcast. They…

You hear a lot about behavioral treatment as part of the way to manage your child’s ADHD symptoms, but do you know what that term actually means? Or how including it in your child’s treatment plan can help to make a difference? William Pelham, PhD, whom many consider the foremost expert in the development of…

Have recent changes to how schools find and help struggling students affected by ADHD left you a bit confused? These efforts have been called by several different names, including “response-to-intervention,” “positive behavior intervention and support,” and “multi-tiered systems of support.” For the past 15 years schools have been using them to provide students with academic…

Did you know that about 20-30 percent of children affected by ADHD struggle with language? Or that up to 50 percent of students with Language Disorder also have ADHD? And that deficits in executive functioning impact both disorders? Language disorders often share some of the same characteristics of attention disorders and can even be mistaken…

Teenagers with attention deficits often have unique academic and behavioral challenges. Parents of teens affected by ADHD often find themselves frustrated, trying to understand what is typical teen behavior and what behavior is due to ADHD symptoms. Teens and their parents find themselves struggling over: • homework completion • academic challenges • school failure •…

For adults, it can be frustrating to catch a child in a lie: • Why wasn’t your child truthful? • What is she trying to cover-up? • Did he think you wouldn’t figure out he had been dishonest? Though lying is a very common childhood behavior, it is one that is very often misunderstood by…

Did you know that students with ADHD are, on average, about 30 percent delayed in their ability to organize and follow directions compared with their classmates? These students struggle to maintain attention and are drawn towards stimulating activities. Sandra Rief, MA, author of How to Reach & Teach Children with ADD/ADHD, will discuss techniques teachers…

Did you know recent changes to the DSM-5 now state that ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder can co-occur? Are you wondering how ADHD and Autism can seem to share some characteristics and yet be very different disorders? Ericka L. Wodka, Ph.D., ABPP-CN, of Kennedy Krieger Institute, one the nation’s leading centers for the treatment of…

ADHD relationships are complicated. You may know a couple struggling with the effects of ADHD; you may be in a partnership affected by ADHD. You might also know the hurt feelings that come when ADHD symptoms cause forgetfulness, lost possessions or financial difficulties. Psychologist Ari Tuckman has worked with many individual adults and couples affected…

Did you know ADHD impacts an individual’s earning potential? Friendships and romantic relationships? That people affected by ADHD are more likely to be involved in traffic accidents than those without the disorder? Or that they can have more serious health problems when illness occurs? The symptoms of ADHD affected more than school performance. They reach…

A person’s level of motivation is tied to his emotions where ADHD is concerned. Dr. Thomas E. Brown discusses the interrelationship between emotions and motivation: • Emotional regulation and a person’s sense of motivation • Why getting started on a project can be difficult for someone affected by ADHD • How to take control of…

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