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Solving the ADHD Riddle with Connie McReynolds, Ph.D.

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Please join us and our guest, Connie McReynolds, Ph.D., for a show on Solving the ADHD Riddle: The Real Cause and Lasting Solutions to Your Child’s Struggle to Learn. If your child struggles with attention, hyperactivity, impulsivity, or other symptoms of ADHD, it can be challenging to know how to help them. Increasing meltdowns and defiance, having a hard time at school, difficulty with organization, following through on tasks, or remembering what to do are a signal that something is wrong and it may or may not be ADHD. Either way, you need to hear what Dr. Connie McReynolds says today! Her new book, Solving the ADHD Riddle: The Real Cause and Lasting Solutions to Your Child’s Struggle to Learn, reveals why current diagnoses aren’t working and what you, as a parent, need to know to guide your child back to a life that is fully functional, happy and successful.

Dr. Connie is a Licensed Psychologist & Certified Rehabilitation Counselor with more than 30 years of experience in the field of rehabilitation counseling and psychology. She is the founder of neurofeedback clinics in southern California working with children and adults to reduce or eliminate conditions of ADHD, anxiety, anger, depression, chronic pain, learning problems, and trauma. She earned her Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison gaining valuable experiences in the Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Program at the Middleton VA Hospital, at the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Neuropsychological Clinic at Meriter Hospital, and the Mendota Mental Health Institute. Dr. Connie’s whole-hearted mission is to bring hope and resolution to those who are struggling with the symptoms of ADHD, their parents, and teachers. Learn more at https://ConnieMcReynolds.com.

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