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    Adult ADHD-Focused Couple Therapy
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    Gina Pera posted:
    In the past, therapy for ADHD-challenged couples has been problematic.

    Either it focused solely on helping the Adult with ADHD, recruiting the partner as "helper" or it depicted the adult with ADHD as the problem who wouldn't cooperate with therapy.

    A new model was needed.

    ADHD experts Arthur L.Robin, PhD, and Gina Pera have produced a new model for ADHD couple therapy. In their new book "Adult ADHD-Focused Couple Therapy," they educate clinicians on how to best help these couples.

    Contributors to the book include J. Russell Ramsay, known for his work in adapting CBT to ADHD. He developed a CBT-based model for these couples.
    Adult ADHD Expert And Author
    http://www.GinaPera.com
    http://ADHDRollerCoaster.org
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