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By Susan Young, Jessica Bramham(auth.)

The 1st variation of this publication brought the Young-Bramham Programme, a pioneering method of cognitive behavioural therapy for ADHD in adults, which used to be well-received through medical and educational groups alike. in accordance with the most recent findings within the box, the authors have improved the second one version to include remedy innovations not just for adults, but additionally for teens with ADHD.

  • Updates the confirmed Young-Bramham Programme for use not just with adults but additionally with young people, who're making the tricky transition from baby to grownup prone
  • New version of an influential advisor to treating ADHD past early life which encompasses the new progress in medical wisdom of ADHD in addition to released remedy guidance
  • Chapter structure presents a basic advent, an outline of useful deficits, evaluate tools, CBT suggestions to the matter, and a template for team supply

Content:
Chapter 1 creation (pages 3–20):
Chapter 2 offering the Young?Bramham Programme (pages 21–36):
Chapter three recognition Module (pages 39–53):
Chapter four reminiscence Module (pages 54–63):
Chapter five association and Time?Management Module (pages 64–90):
Chapter 6 Impulsivity Module (pages 91–107):
Chapter 7 Problem?Solving Module (pages 111–128):
Chapter eight Interpersonal Relationships Module (pages 129–152):
Chapter nine nervousness Module (pages 153–181):
Chapter 10 Frustration and Anger Module (pages 182–202):
Chapter eleven Low?Mood and melancholy Module (pages 203–220):
Chapter 12 Sleep Module (pages 221–242):
Chapter thirteen Substance Misuse Module (pages 243–266):
Chapter 14 getting ready for the longer term Module (pages 269–284):

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However, the neuropsychological presentation of patients with ADHD is not unique to this disorder. g. ). indd 23 2/22/2012 10:29:31 PM 24 BACKGROUND AND TREATMENT The objectives of the Young-Bramham Programme are: 1. to provide information about ADHD; and 2. to provide psychological strategies for coping with symptoms and associated problems. The Young-Bramham Programme draws on three core psychological techniques: cognitive behavioural therapy, psychoeducation, and motivational interviewing. It is intended to enable the individual to develop self-efficacy and the confidence that change can be achieved, develop strategies to effect positive lifestyle change and cope with obstacles and challenges.

1 Stages of change Motivational interviewing is client-centred and therefore focuses on the client’s current concerns and perspectives. It is directive, aiming to resolve ambivalence through reinforcement of talk that involves changes and thus diminishing resistance. Rather than imparting a set of techniques, motivational interviewing is a means of communication that facilitates change. Miller and Rollnick (2002) state there are four general principles of motivational interviewing. 1. Expressing empathy – that is, using reflective listening techniques to understand the patient’s feelings and accepting them, while acknowledging that ambivalence is normal.

However, after psychoeducation sessions, individuals tended to encompass a greater range of possibilities and recognize a biosocial model, for example, ‘medication, psychological strategies, environmental changes to your home/work so it no longer affects your life’. Through a psychoeducation treatment model, the therapist should inform the individual about the aetiology of ADHD, its prognosis, comorbid problems, cognitive deficits and their expression in daily living. Associated factors of the ADHD syndrome should also be explained such as skills deficits and the likelihood of maladaptive coping strategies.

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