ADHD or Active Child?
By Stephen Guffanti, MD | ADHD, dyslexic & ODD
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Active children are often mislabeled ADHD and placed on medication that just makes the situation worse. Join us as we explore the mind of the ADHD labeled child and discover how to release their full potential rather than suppress it. ADHD or Active Child teaches you how to tell if your child is really ADHD or just an active child full of energy. You'll get insight into a simple misunderstanding that has stumped teachers and psychiatrists. You'll learn tools and techniques to help your children make friends, cooperate rather than defy and finish the tasks they start. Often the label obscures the simple solutions that the heart of your child is trying to express. We are committed to helping families speak their hearts and enjoy the peace and support that your family deserves. Learn the symptoms of ADHD in children, what the ADHD medications do and don't do and treatments that work for every issue. Dr. Guffanti has been an International speaker on ADHD since 2003. Join the thousands of families that have heard him talk and brought hope and healing to their family.
|1||Planning a Long Journey with Your Active Child||Planning a Long Journey with Your Active Child As summer beckons, most people with be looking forward to taking a vacation and enjoying some well-earned rest, but for families with a very active child, the summer vacation can be a … Continue reading||23/5/2014||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
|2||School System pushes ADHD Label||How the School System is Labeling Children with ADHD The number of American school children who are diagnosed with ADHD is increasing every year at a rapid rate, leading some medical professionals and even parents to question whether children are …||20/5/2014||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Working With Families Episode 16||After the first month of an ongoing tele-seminar where Dr. Guffanti answers your questions we are seeing the translation from theory to application. This podcast discusses how to get your child to finish his chores without constant reminders? How do ̷||2/3/2012||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Passion’s Purpose Part 3: Passion’s Pitfalls Episode 15||Your children’s passion will unfold their destiny if you avoid the three pitfalls and learn to support. The 3 pitfalls to avoid are: don’t feed an addiction, empower rather than enable and let your child attempt the impossible. In essence, … C||8/1/2012||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Passion’s Purpose Part 2: Preparing Your Child to Thrive Episode 14||In a country where only one out of three children can read their textbooks, where anxiety, depression and suicide are consuming more and more of our teenagers where graduation doesn’t seem to lead to a job how do you prepare … Continue reading||15/12/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Passion’s Purpose Part 1 Episode 13||Did you ever wish for an operator’s manual on raising your children? Sorry, its not available, but learning to feed your passion and your child’s passion is the next best thing. This podcast is the first in a multi-part series … Continue||7/12/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Girls and the ADHD Label Part 3 Episode 12||Some girls have a passion for their friends and risk losing their identity to please others. Developing firm internal boundaries is your best defense against this happening. Basing your boundaries on love, truth, freedom and consequences sets a solid foun||12/11/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Girls and the ADHD Label – Episode 11||Dr. Martin Stein, a pediatrician at UCSD, notes that girls are likely to be diagnosed with ADD later than boys, some as early as third or fourth grade, or as late as junior high. Here’s my take on what happens: … Continue reading →||10/9/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Girls: The Pressures and the Protections||In an effort to help the ADHD parents I have posted a survey. This podcast is the answer to some of the questions posted there. Moms want help with their girls. In this episode you will learn: The incredible pressure … Continue reading →||12/7/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||ADHD Fathers and their Family – Episode 9||Father’s Day Special – Getting Dad involved in the family In an effort to help the ADHD parents Dr. Guffanti has posted a survey. This podcast is the answer to some of the questions posted there. This mom asks, “What … Continue reading &||19/6/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Motivating the Oppositional Child Part 2 Episode 8||The essential ingredient for those children who often blame others for their misbehavior is for the parents to decide “Whose problem is it?” When parents step in and solve problemss for their child they communicate, “You are not capable of … Con||31/5/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Motivating the Oppositional Child – Episode 7||But today we learned that the low auditory (half of the children labeled ADHD) often blame others for their misbehaviors, partly because they don’t know how to speak their heart. We learned how to teach someone to speak his heart … Continue reading||18/5/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||ADHD And Relationships – Episode 6||One of the issues that keep parents up at night is their child’s relationships. Will they make friends and keep them? How do I get my child to cooperate? Or simply not constantly annoy his brother and sister? ADHD And … Continue reading →||29/4/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Balancing Your Active Child’s Energy – Episode 5||In this episode Dr. Guffanti Reviews our two kinds of energy: focused and momentum-building Three ways to create focused energy Telling the difference between passion and addiction Why Hands-on Learners have transition problems Dr. Guffanti’s GAP So||21/4/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Keeping Your ADHD Child Alive – Episode 4||In this episode Dr. Guffanti discusses keeping your child alive until they develop wisdom. We will view impulsivity and hyperactivity through different lenses like: Impulsivity, fast and thorough experiential learning Hyperactivity, a high energy that can||1/4/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Episode 3: How active kids learn||In this episode Dr. Guffanti discusses the consequences of assuming that everyone learns the same way you do. When people who learn by watching or discussion, like teachers and psychiatrists, perceive children who learn by hands-on activities, they call t||18/3/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Episode 2: ADHD and learning styles||Episode 2: Children are driven by curiosity. This drive makes learning style (How people prefer to learn) a prime motivator of behavior. Suppose ADHD is simply how people who learn by watching or discussion like teachers and psychiatrists perceive childre||4/3/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||ADHD or Active Child Episode 1: What’s ADHD||In this episode we will discuss ADHD with Dr. Guffanti, an international speaker on ADHD, who not only has ADHD, but has its most common associated problems – ODD (Oppositional Defiance Disorder) and dyslexia. We will peak into the world … Continue||18/2/2011||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|