Bonus Module - Managing Anxiety in children with ADHD - a parent guide
practical strategies to support your child with worries and anxiety
What you'll learn
- What anxiety is and how to identify it in children
- Why its so important to manage anxiety in children with ADHD c
- Strategies to help young children recognise their feelings and how to respond to them
- How to deal with young children's worries and feelings
- How to better manage worry and anxiety in children with ADHD
- How to develop worry plans
= 17 mins 38 secs (video lecture)
Access on a tablet or phone
Certificate of Completion
A large number of people with ADHD suffer from anxiety and even depression. Sometimes anxiety can be hard to spot in children because they don't tell you, or don't know how to tell you, that they are feeling anxious. Anxiety in young children is very upsetting not just for the child but for their parents and family too. This course will show you how to identify anxiety and how to help children identify their feelings. The course will present a number of simple techniques that can be used at home to help reduce anxiety in children with ADHD.
Dr. Merriman holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology from University College Dublin and was awarded a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology from Trinity College Dublin. Dr. Merriman recently received the Therese Brady Award from University College Dublin in 2019 for his work in the area of families and children with additional needs. Dr. Merriman has specialised in several areas of psychological therapy and research including Autism, parents of children with additional needs and is an accredited Early Start Denver Model Practitioner.
Dr. Merriman has also conducted published research on Autism with a special interest in group based interventions for parents of children with additional needs and has ample experience delivering interventions to children, families and parents struggling with behavioural, emotional and adaptive difficulties. Dr. Merriman works for several public and private bodies and with client groups of all ages experiencing a range of mental health difficulties and disabilities.