How Counselling Can Help ADHD
ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is related to impulsive & hyperactive behaviour & is mainly diagnosed in children, though this can be problematic for many adults too.If your child is displaying regular emotional outbursts, have difficult in paying attention, are loud, badly behaved, forgetful, easily distracted and unorganised, they could have ADHD. This will cause some worrying problems at home & at school. Some studies suggest there is links with sugars or additives in food that can cause ADHD, family genetics or the child’s environment can play another part. Whatever the reason, ADHD can be managed, controlled & improved. Some medications can help a child become more settled & focused, but also therapy can help a child talk through their emotions attached to ADHD & how this effects them. Therapy can offer coping strategies for your child, where they can manage aspects of their ADHD to help keep them more in control of their emotions. The Therapist will also help improve their confidence & self esteem as this part of themselves can be damaged when struggling with ADHD as people see & treat them as badly behaved & naughty. Counselling for ADHD will help your child manage & control their ADHD helping them become happier & more relaxed in their lives again.