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Cognitive Perspectives on ADHD and Other Disorders Affecting Attention

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1500 Southwest Chandler Avenue

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Central Oregon Association of Psychologists, Regional affiliate of the Oregon Psychological Association presents...

Cognitive Perspectives on ADHD and Other Disorders Affecting Attention: Implications for Differential Diagnosis and Intervention

Presenter: James B. Hale, Ph.D., ABPdN

DATE: Friday September 27, 2019

9 am until 4 pm (Registration starts at 8:30AM)

6 hours Continuing Education Credit

Lunch and mid-morning snack included

Location: OSU Cascades Campus, Specific Location TBA,1500 Southwest Chandler Avenue, Bend, OR 97702

**COAP will cover the cost of parking as a courtesy tied to this conference. Please park in the main OSU parking lot. Please bring your license plate number and state of plate to workshop check-in if you would like us to pay for your parking.

Workshop Overview: Attention-deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a common neurodevelopmental disorder typically diagnosed using behavioral criteria. Given that attention problems are ubiquitous in clinical practice, ADHD behavioral diagnosis leads to considerable cognitive heterogeneity among affected individuals. Not only does this heterogeneity interfere with accurate identification of ADHD and other disorders affecting attention, but it attenuates intervention effects as well. Consistent with the American Academy of Pediatric Neuropsychology Empirically-Derived Disorders of Attention (EDDA) Workgroup, codified by the National Institute of Mental Health Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) position, the presenter will highlight his work designed to evaluate cognitive and executive functioning in ADHD, and the impact findings have on cognitive, academic, and behavioral intervention response. Using our understanding of cognitive and executive functioning in relation to ADHD symptoms as a lens for understanding different disorders affecting attention and their response to intervention, the presenter will highlight how this orientation can help guide best practices in ADHD assessment and intervention. Findings highlight the need to reconsider long-held beliefs about ADHD, and practices regarding the assessment tools used to identify ADHD, both for differential diagnosis and for developing interventions that lead to treatment efficacy. A review of empirically supported medication, cognitive and behavioral interventions for ADHD will be addressed.

A case study will highlight how behavioral criteria used to identify a child with ADHD led to ineffective interventions for his attention problems, but once a neurodevelopmental perspective was applied using the Cognitive Hypothesis Testing approach, the evidence-based interventions led to improved academic and psychosocial outcomes for the client. Implications and future directions for ADHD assessment and treatment practices will be offered.

Learning Objectives:

As a result of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Recognize how an understanding of executive function creates a template to consider attention problems in ADHD and other disorders affecting attention;

  2. Evaluate ADHD research findings to consider potential impact on field-based assessment and treatment strategies; and

  3. Discuss a case study of a child with attention problems using the Cognitive Hypothesis Testing approach for linking assessment for intervention.

About the Presenter: James B. Hale, PhD, ABPdN, is a board-certified pediatric neuropsychologist, school psychologist, and special education teacher. He has served the needs of children with and without disabilities in school, clinic, and hospital settings, and is a Full Professor of Educational Neuroscience (Ret). A prolific presenter and writer, Dr. Hale’s recent works include representing the field of pediatric neuropsychology in the APA Handbook of Psychopathology and APA Handbook of Clinical Psychology. With National Institute of Education (NIE) colleagues, Dr. Hale spearheaded development of a guide for the Singapore Government in adopting a brain literacy curriculum for educators in the NIE Working Paper entitled, Brain Literacy Empowers Educators to Meet Diverse Learner Needs. In addition, he is co-author of the critically-acclaimed best-selling book, School Neuropsychology: A Practitioner’s Handbook and co-editor of APA’s Neuropsychological Assessment and Intervention for Youth: An Evidence-Based Approach to Emotional and Behavioral Disorders.

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How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Emails can be directed via eventbrite or email to coassociationofpsychologists@gmail.com

What's the refund policy?

Registration fee will not be refunded for cancellations as of one week prior to the scheduled event, or for no-shows. Prior to that, a $20 cancellation fee will be assessed.

Is parking extra?

No. COAP will cover the cost of parking as a courtesy tied to this conference. Please park in the main OSU parking lot. Please bring your license plate number and state of plate to workshop check-in if you would like us to pay for your parking.

When will the room location by announced?

The room location will be known by the first of September, if not before. An email will be sent via eventbrite to notify you.

How many people can attend this conference?

This conference will be capped at 80 people. The lowest registration rates are associated with early registration, we encourage you to sign up early to make sure you have a spot and to save money!

Will lunch be provided?

Yes snacks, tea service/coffee service, and lunch will be provided.

How do I pay my dues for 2019-20?

COAP Membership is renewed each September, and is active September through August each year. This is our first workshop for the newest member cycle, so if you wish to become a COAP member, and meet eligibility requirements, please pay the 2019-2020 dues, $25. You can pay membership either by check, or online at this link: https://my.cheddarup.com/c/coap-dues. If paying by check, please send $25 to COAP, PO Box 872, Bend, OR 97709. Please include your name, title, address, phone number and email address with the dues. Membership entitles you to lower rates for each of the upcoming COAP workshops, running September through September.






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