Professional Tools

Study shows why children with ADHD should be reevaluated each year.

June 01, 2017

Data from 3 diverse samples indicates that more than 50% of elementary school children rated by their teacher as having clinically significant inattentive symptoms one year do not show similar problems the following year. This was true even for children with a carefully confirmed diagnosis of ADHD

Mindfulness training for children with ADHD and their parents

February 21, 2013

Research on mindfulness training with adults has shown benefits for depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and eating difficulties. Preliminary research on mindfulness training with children and adolescents has also yielded positive findings, including several non-controlled pilot studies of youth with ADHD.

Reducing the Need for High Medication Doses with Behavior Therapy

February 14, 2014

Medication treatment and behavior therapy are both considered effective treatments for ADHD; the combination of these treatments is generally regarded as an ideal approach for many children. 

Study: Don’t overlook sleep difficulties in children with ADHD. .

February 10, 2017

A study recently published online in the Journal of Attention Disorders, The functional impact of sleep disorders in children with ADHD, took a close look at this important issue. Participants were 192 children – mean age of about 10 – who had been carefully diagnosed with ADHD; over three-fourths were male.

Study finds large gaps between research and practice in ADHD diagnosis and treatment

December 16, 2014

Key insight: Evidence-based guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics on the evaluation and treatment of ADHD are frequently not followed. .

Please reload

Navigation Links:

Follow us!

  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Instagram Social Icon

Contact Information

info@chooseesteem.com or 888-707-2343

Copyright 2019

 Esteem Therapeutics, Inc.

Privacy

Terms of Service