Journaling for ADHD

Guest Post by Megan Mansyr   ADHD manifests itself differently within the varying populations of those who suffer from the disorder and is largely dependent on the victim’s age. While children with ADHD seem to respond best to stimulant medical intervention, adolescents and adults seem to be able to adjust using behavioral therapy, either in conjunction with or without medical intervention. Among these, cognitive therapies such as self-reflective journaling appear to hold great promise in treating ADHD later in life.             Under the Cognitive theory, “learning is constructive…not repetitive… , “self-awareness” and “self-regulation” are essential to learning and “cognitive growth,”
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