This AIOTH, UK accredited certification course will enable you to help children with ADHD. This concise programme is designed, keeping in mind that you don't have any prior knowledge and understanding of ADHD and you want to learn despite your busy schedule. So we have tried to avoid jargon as much as possible and simplified concepts and terminology for you.
This programme is accredited, and this Udemy course is recognized for certification by Virtued Academy International, an autonomous institute, under the Virtued Society, incorporated under the act 21, 1860 of the Government of U.P., India. Validity & Utility of the training is conditionally in conformity with the Constitution of India, and the laws of the land under Article 19 1 G. Virtued Academy International provides continuing education for individuals interested in self-development and students should contact the IAOTH, UK for registration/ accreditation and relevant local authorities for the scope of practice.
This course is helpful for any individual or professional who deals with child psychology, child therapy, child therapists, child counselling, therapies for kids, children counselling, montessori, autism spectrum disorder, child care, counselor, counseling career, Focus Mastery, learning disability, dyslexia, Early Childhood Education, early childhood development, special education, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), applied behavior analysis (ABA), Art therapy, study skills, Psychotherapy, Parenting, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), counselling in children & adolescents etc.
Overview of ADHD
Learn how to diagnose ADHD
Learn ADHD management models
Use multidisciplinary approach of ADHD management
Learn about medical interventions in ADHD
Learn about behavioral interventions in ADHD
Learn about school and classroom strategies for individuals with ADHD
Learn about academic strategies and study skills for individuals with ADHD
Learn about management strategies for emotional and social issues in ADHD
Tips for parents of an ADHD child
Management of children vs. adolescents vs. adults in ADHD