Video Course: 

ADHD Explained For Parents

What's Included

8 video discussions w/ Dr. Johnson
3 downloadable PDFs with additional information
1 accompanying presentation
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Video Course: 

ADHD Explained For Parents

Steve Johnson, MD, PhD, FAAP
When it comes to pediatric mental health, ADHD is one of the most common issues that parents will bring up in a doctor’s visit. In this 8-video course, Dr. Johnson, a pediatrician and clinical psychologist specializing in ADHD, explains what ADHD is, what parents should know, and how the family can support a child with ADHD.

Video Modules

A Conversation with Dr. Honaker and Dr. Johnson (15:06)
Introduction to Dr. Johnson (1:20)
Introduction to ADHD and Facts and Myths Part 1 (18:08)
ADHD Facts and Myths - Continued (12:52)
What Parents Should Be Looking For and Getting a Diagnosis (24:19)
How to Manage ADHD (14:38)
Medication and Treatment (16:49)
Parenting Principles (7:15)

Steve Johnson, MD, PhD, FAAP

Dr. Johnson is a pediatrician and pediatric psychologist specializing in ADHD and currently practicing in Louisville, KY. He received his medical degree from the University of Louisville and his doctorate in clinical psychology from The University of North Carolina, Greensboro.

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