“When you have ADHD, your brain kind of goes zero to 60 in about two seconds,” says our expert. So, what can you do to help your child with learning and thinking differences manage their anger?
Stephanie Sarkis, PhD, a clinical mental health specialist in child and adolescent counseling, discusses ADHD and anger management techniques. When a child with ADHD starts feeling angry, that anger has the potential to snowball. Hear more from Dr. Sarkis on the relationship between ADHD and anger management, how to help your child express their feelings, and how to know if you should seek outside help.
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