Parenting Children with ADHD

In 2016, Dr. Bill Pelham and his team put out a great paper. In it, he compared teaching parents behavioral skills or using medicine for ADHD children. What he found was the order you first use the parenting skills and medicine matters.  Parenting benefits children with ADHD when it includes direct behavioral strategies. For example, parents must be more […]

Behavioral Interventions and ADHD

A new study (Pelham, et al., 2016) published in the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology reports that when children with ADHD receive behavioral therapy, particularly along with medication therapy, they follow the classroom rules better and receive better ratings from adults.  The abstract states “The group beginning with behavioral treatment displayed significantly lower […]

Provider Spotlight

Professional Clinical Counselor Bob Forte has been in private practice since 1980. He is a graduate from Gestalt Institute of Central Ohio where he was also a part of their clinical faculty from 1994-2009. Bob primarily works with adults, individually or in couples, in addition to families. He works with depression, anxiety disorders, relationships, anger […]