ADHD Therapies Directory
For ADHD, drugs aren't the only treatment. Therapy can play an important role in helping someone with ADHD. Types of therapies that may be helpful are occupational, behavioral, talk, family, and group therapies. ADHD patients can learn tips for better managing their condition and also learn ways to better focus and accomplish tasks. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how ADHD therapy works, which types are available, how to choose the right one for you, and much more.
Tips for Teaching Kids With ADHD
WebMD provides tips for teachers on making their classrooms friendlier to children with ADHD.
Behavioral Treatment for ADHD
WebMD explains non-drug treatment for attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in both children and adults.
Behavioral Techniques for Children With ADHD
WebMD helps you learn behavioral management techniques so you can better help your child or teenager who has ADHD.
Stimulant Medications for ADHD
Most children and adults who take stimulants to treat ADHD respond well to the medications. Here’s an overview of the types of stimulants available to treat ADHD and their possible side effects.
Find the Right Therapist for Adult ADHD
Along with medication, therapy can make your life with adult ADHD more manageable. Here’s what to look for in a therapist.
Top Concentration Killers: Multitasking, Boredom, Fatigue, and More
WebMD talks to experts about top concentration killers, such as multitasking, boredom, fatigue, and more.
The Link Between Adult ADHD and Risky Behavior
Lateness, arguments, speeding, drinking. Do you know about the link between ADHD and risky behavior?
ADHD: 7 Life Skills Your Teen Should Master
These life skills are helpful for teens with ADHD to learn before leaving home for college, jobs, or their own homes.
Slideshows & Images
Top Concentration Killers
The truth about multitasking, email overload, nagging thoughts, hunger, and other brain drains of modern life. Pictures show what destroys focus and quick solutions.
Nondrug Treatments for ADHD
Medication isn’t the only way to treat ADHD. Learn about different treatment options in this slideshow.