Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
About Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
One of the fastest growing areas of concern for parents and educators today is ADHD. Children and adults struggling with issues of Sustained Mental Effort can greatly benefits from the wonders of hypnotherapy. Many children and adults have a hard time in traditional setting such as a classroom or work environment. They can easily become distracted by stimuli that is not connected to the task at hand. This can result in frustration.
Some have the added challenge of needing more sensory stimulation through perpetual motion. Poor impulse control can be a main factor. Low tolerance for stress and frustration can be high. Here are some of the areas that can be addressed:
- Parent Training
- Executive Function
- Concentration and Focus
- Beginning, Executing and Completing Tasks
- Impulse Control
- Classroom, Work, and Home Behavioral Problems
- Peer Relationships
- Bed Wetting
In these hypnotic session we will work on things such as completing tasks, staying organized, addressing relationship concerns, and decreasing impulsivity that can sometimes come off as insensitivity, identifying a problem, finding a solution, making a plan and executing the plan to the resolution of the problem. The key is Executive Function. These sessions will help to teach you how to use your own natural ability to multitask and be successful.
Most adults and children with ADHD that I’ve worked with have learned and applied many of these tools. By getting in touch with your feelings and sensations in your body you will learn to have more control over yourself and your environment then make good choices. Today, hypnosis is about as mainstream as alternative therapy can get. It has been recognized since 1955 in Great Britain and since 1985 in the United States. Hypnosis has been discovered to have great healing potential when working with ADHD.