DBT As A Treatment Option For ADHD Teens (And Ourselves) With Jackie Wolfman
During this episode Dr Jackie Wolfman and I talk about what DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) is, why it’s a brilliant treatment option for ADHD and what to expect when considering it for yourself and/or your teen.
WE TALK ABOUT:
~ The components of DBT treatment and how they fully support the teen and family
~ The 4 modules addressed during DBT are mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotional regulation and distress tolerance
~ Why DBT is brilliant for the ADHD mind
~ Encouraging parents to learn DBT skills along with their children
Dr. Jackie Wolfman is a Harvard-trained clinical psychologist who has dedicated her career to helping young adults struggling with anxiety, trauma, impulsivity, and relationship difficulties.
Dr. Wolfman is the founder and director of Village Psychology, a private practice providing evidence-based therapy groups and programs to help young adults find relief from suffering and create lives they truly love.
With a background in the arts, Dr. Wolfman combines creativity and innovation with a strong grounding in science-based training. She enjoys bringing young people together to learn to manage their emotions, improve their relationships, and increase self-compassion. She is a DBT Certified Clinician by the DBT-Linehan Board of Certification.
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