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 (FAU), and is a sub-investigator at Clinical Research Studies at the FAU Schmidt College of Medicine. Dr. Sarkis maintains private counseling practices in Boca Raton and Tampa, Florida. She lectures and presents her research internationally and has been published in several journals and magazines.
Dr. Sarkis is the founder of the Moulton-Farnsworth Scholarship for college students with ADHD. She has written five books, most recently Natural Relief for Adult ADHD: Complementary Strategies for Increasing Focus, Attention, and Motivation With or Without Medication
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