Title: When and How Can Clinical Hypnosis Help Children with ADHD Help Themselves?
Presenters: Andrew Barnes
Venue: Audytorium Maximum  - Seminar Room / Sala Seminaryjna
Time: 13.06.2024 12:30-14:00
Language: EN

People with ADHD have unique developmental differences that evolve into extraordinary talents but but also problems with emotional-behavioral regulation. Through videos and experiential exercises, participants will learn to partner with young people with ADHD and co-morbidities (e.g. anxiety, sleep problems) via clinical hypnosis toward competence in self-regulation.

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES: (Please enter 3 objectives)
1. Describe role of attentional processes in hypnosis
2. Developmentally tailor clinical hypnosis to help youth with ADHD
3. Describe 3 ADHD-specific hypnotic strategies for youth with common ADHD co-occurring conditions

Andrew Barnes, MD, MPH is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Minnesota Medical School, and Fellowship Director in Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics. His work with children and families focuses on helping children use self-hypnosis to foster self-regulation. His
research focuses on promoting resilience in children under stress.