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Ferrari Brain with Bicycle Brakes: How ADHD Shows Up in Young Adults & Teens, and When to Get Tested

  • 25 Jun 2021
  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Online

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Presented by Dr. Monica Blied, PhD.

THIS IS A ZOOM EVENT - Registration will close 48 hours before presentation.
Registrants must attend full session to receive 2 CEUs.

This presentation reviews the signs and symptoms of attention deficit/ hyperactivity disorder among teens and young adults, and guides therapists on how to aid with early identification and intervention. Using a strengths-based approach, Dr. Blied explains how symptoms of ADHD can be masked in high functioning or twice exceptional individuals, and how you - as the therapist - can support clients in seeking evaluation and effective interventions. You will also learn about the ADHD evaluation process, important considerations for differential diagnosis, and how you can know when it’s time to refer for out testing. Furthermore, Dr. Blied will share tips and strategies your clients can utilize for self-management of impairing symptoms, along with how you can help reinforce these adaptive changes.

Learning Objectives

  1. What are the diagnostic criteria and common misconceptions about ADHD?
  2. What are signs that your client might be living with ADHD?
  3. Does ADHD look different among individuals with high anxiety, depression, or high IQ? 
  4. What are some ways my client can self-manage ADHD symptoms, & how can I support?
  5. What extra help or resources are available for ADHD evaluation & treatment?

About the Presenter

Monica Blied, PhD, MACL (she/her/hers) is a licensed Clinical Psychologist, wife, mother of 3, and the owner of Faces of Health Wellness Center in Claremont, California. Dr. Blied has expertise in mind-body wellness, whole-health interventions, and in providing psychological testing and ADHD evaluations. Her experience spans 10+ years, beginning with her training in providing neuropsychological assessments for youth with TBIs and adults with HIV/AIDS at the UCLA Semel Institute for Human Behavior and Neuroscience. Dr. Blied is the co-author of 12 journal articles, 4 book chapters, and over 60 local and national conference presentations. In addition to her service as an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Pepperdine University, Dr. Blied also serves the public through her work on the Medical Advisory Board for Lupus LA, and on the executive committee for the American Psychological Association, Division of Women, as well as the California Psychological Association, Division of Education and Training. You can learn more about Dr. Blied by visiting her website at drblied.com or on Instagram @Dr.Blied

Inland Empire Chapter of CAMFT is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for IE-CAMFT. IE-CAMFT maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content. CEU  Provider # 62278

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