Academic Psychologist Dr Kate Carr-Fanning addresses the challenges of diagnostic guidelines in ADHD, particularly a need for greater recognition for ADHD in girls, which has to be followed up with a multimodal approach to treatment in all identified patients
The Department of Psychology team at University of Limerick is currently recruiting a small number of children diagnosed with ADHD (aged 8-12 years) and their parents to take part in home-based attention training research.
Have you found that either yourself or your child has been referred for assessment or treatment for ADHD to a specialist, but you are not really sure what the difference is between a psychologist and a psychiatrist?
Are you interested in a course which explores how to understand and support your child with ADHD? We are delighted to have teamed up with Education Elephant who bring you a series of comprehensive online courses to help you manage your child’s ADHD. The courses are divided into three – or you can book into […]
We’re delighted to share the slides from Dr Alison Doyle, Caerus Education from our recent webinar on Back to School 2020, in which Alison outlines the challenges of the transition for students going from Primary School to Post-Primary School. View the slides Transition from primary to post-primary in 2020
If so, you might be interested in participating in the following project. Wellcome Trust- Mental Health Priority Areas Team are producing a report on the best ways to promote well-being and reduce psychological ill-health in children and adolescents. They are putting a call out for young people to contribute to their panel and here are […]