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How CBT can help with Adult ADHD

Although relatively new, the past decade has seen the emergence of research and programs for adults with ADHD. CBT has been shown to be very effective for many disorders, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, eating disorders and many more. Preliminary research on psychosocial interventions for adults with ADHD, including CBT, have yielded promising results.

CBT can help with the core difficulties that result from ADHD, including inattention, and difficulties with executive skills such as a time management, organization, and planning. While CBT won’t remove these problems, it can help you to deal with them in a more positive way.

Existing research demonstrates that short-term benefits result from CBT interventions; however, further research is required in order to determine whether these benefits remain in the medium- to long-term.

Next, in the second session, the focus is on formulating long-term goals.

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