A diagnosis of ADHD can often bring relief and answers to longstanding questions….and also raise more questions. Most of these boil down to “What now? and How do I get the help I need?”. This webinar will discuss options for treating ADHD as well as maximizing the effectiveness of the treatment. We will focus on treatment strategies for those in an ever-growing segment of patients – adults who have been diagnosed after childhood.
Learn about your options for treatment to discuss with your medical professional as well as strategies you can implement on your own to improve your ability to be present in your life.
Dr. Gregory Harms will delve into the complex world of ADHD and more, followed by a Q&A session.
Monday, June 20th – 2:00 P.M. EST.
With Dr. Gregory Harms, Psy.D.
Dr. Harms has worked in the mental health field for over 20 years. In addition to being a licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Harms is also a certified alcohol and drug counselor.
He holds a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University and a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology. He has trained in multiple medical settings and currently works as a health psychologist with local healthcare facilities as well as his own private practice in Chicago. Dr. Harms also supervises doctoral and master’s students as well as post-graduate fellows, helping them to develop their skills in assessment of cognitive functioning and providing therapeutic interventions to improve their client’s functioning in day-to-day life. Throughout his career, he has worked with individuals across the lifespan and specializes in conducting assessments of neurocognitive disorders and working with clients whose functioning has been impacted by neurocognitive and physical health conditions.
Dr. Harms has been with ADHD Online since 2018 assessing individuals of all ages for ADHD.
Do you have questions you’d like our panel to tackle? Please submit your questions in advance to email@example.com. We’ll do our best to get to as many as we can.