IMPORTANT NOTICE: This program is traditionally a face-to-face classroom training program, but the Spring 2021 semester section will be held online as we prioritize distance learning in response to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
This program has been approved for 6 Category A Continuing Education Credits by the National Association of Social Workers, NH Chapter. Auth #3454
ADHD has been primarily treated with medication for over 30 years. New brain imaging techniques and research into the lifelong course of this disorder have allowed us to better understand and treat the illness. We are also better able to diagnose and treat common comorbid illnesses such as anxiety, juvenile bipolar disorder, and substance misuse.
In this workshop you will gain knowledge of the neurobiology and psychopharmacology of ADHD and the most common psychiatric disorders associated with it. Understanding the drugs, their effects on the brain, and common side effects will help those who work with individuals diagnosed with ADHD to manage those side effects and comply with their prescribed medication.
Christine Miller, Ed.M., LCMHC, is a psychotherapist in Bedford, NH and has been adjunct faculty at Plymouth State University Graduate School, NHTI, and New England College. She is a clinician with 35+ years of experience in treating women and adolescents in varied settings including schools, juvenile justice, a group home and family planning clinics. Christine specializes in integrating therapeutic tools, tailoring them to the individual and providing short-term, focused and brief psychotherapy.
Christine received her Master of Education from Boston University. She designs and leads day-long workshops for mental health professionals and educators with UNH Professional Development & Training. Her particular interests are the biological basis of behavior and psychopharmacology, anxiety disorders, psychiatric disorders associated with reproduction, and teens/women’s issues.