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Maybe you, or someone you care about or work with–a child, a spouse, friend, client –has ADHD.  Maybe you know medications can help — but you have questions and concerns. Maybe you’ve asked a doctor. Even googled it…and you can’t quite seem to get the clear answers you were hoping for. Maybe you aren’t even sure if you are asking the right questions.

The fact is, you aren’t the only one who finds ADHD medication confusing. Even your doctor may not know the ins and outs of ADHD medication…it’s not that they don’t want to…it may just be that ADHD wasn’t a big part of their training.

Which is why, my colleague and trained Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and Credentialed ADHD Coach, Laurie Dupar of Coaching for ADHD and the IACTCenter has created a 5 week teleclass to give you all the information you need to maximize the effectiveness of ADHD medication. Accurate information so you can choose for yourself whether or not to use ADHD medication as part of minimizing your ADHD symptoms.

“Minimize the Madness: Taking the Mystery Out of ADHD Medications is a five week teleclass that covers the information you need to know if you (or a loved one) are considering…or currently taking ADHD medication.

Learn How ADHD Medication Works

This upcoming teleclass will include:

  • How to make sure you are getting the maximum benefit from your ADHD medication
  • The three biggest pitfalls of ADHD medications and how to avoid them
  • How ADHD medications really work, common side effects and how to minimize them
  • 13 Key Questions to ask your prescriber to get the answers you need about your ADHD medication
  • Short term and long term side effects of ADHD medication
  • And much more

WHEN: April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 6-7:30 pm PST.  All classes will be recorded if you cannot attend live.

Click here to read more and sign up for the class.

Tara McGillcuddy

 

P.S. If you don’t know what you need to know about ADHD medications and can’t find straight forward answers anywhere else, this class will arm you with the information you need. Register now!

    1 Response to "Stop the ADHD Medication Confusion!"

    • Camellia McClung

      I am looking to find any parents who have a child with ADHD and ODD and have tried Abilify. I have an 8 year old son who has ADHD/ODD. My son is very atypical mostly. He is an excellent student and has excellent behavior at school and church….home has been tough. We do treat his ADHD with medication and we see a child psychiatrist regularly. We have tried anxiety meds in thinking this might help his need for controlling the environment, but at the end of the day he doesn’t have anxiety. We are now at a crossroads with needing to determine if we should try a low dose of Abilify. I would love any feedback related to pros or cons you have experienced if you have tried. I have read all the internet has to offer, but would love some real life experience.

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