Making Sense of Attention Problems

$90.00 CAD

The Attention Deficit Disorder label has brought concerns regarding attention to the fore of public consciousness but unfortunately without the foundational knowledge that enables parents and teachers to find their way through a glut of confusing and often conflicting information. The professionals in charge of diagnosing are often experts at describing the symptoms but tend to come up short when it is time for explanations. Since we can only truly address that which we understand, the prevailing focus in our society has turned to managing symptoms instead of effecting a cure.

There are many kinds of attention problems, most deeply rooted in emotional and developmental dynamics. In this four hour course, participants will gain an understanding of how the attention system develops and what can go wrong and why. Participants will also learn to differentiate between three basic kinds of attention problems that can all lead to an ADD diagnosis. The ultimate objective of the course is to provide the participants with strategies for addressing the roots of the attention problems in such a way that the symptoms abate, regardless of their underlying cause.

For more information regarding outline and topics covered, consult the course page.

SKU: MSO-ATTENTION Category:

The DVD can be purchased through this website by PayPal or cheque for $90 CAD plus shipping, handling, and taxes where applicable.

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With the purchase of 5 or more DVD you will receive a 25% discount. Please note the Power To Parent Three Part Series will not be an option for the 5 or more 25% discount as it is already discounted. If you do wish to have these three DVD titles in you package and still receive the discount for 5 or more DVDs, please select them separately.

Additional information

Weight 0.125 kg
Dimensions 22 x 18 x 1.9 cm

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