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Children with ADHD as the “Bad” Other? Rutgers University’s Francine Conway at the Austen Riggs Center Centennial Conference

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This video series is taken from our Centennial Conference and features excerpts from many of the presentations – check back often or bookmark the Riggs Blog to see new videos.  

Can a psychodynamic approach work for children with ADHD? Francine Conway, PhD, makes the case in support of that position in these select remarks from her presentation, “The ADHD Compassion Project: Dispelling the Illusion of Children with ADHD as the ‘Bad’ Other.”  

View more of Dr. Conway’s remarks from her presentation, including the topics outlined below.  

  • Defining the Global ADHD Crisis 

  • ADHD Compassion Project: A Team Approach Treating the Whole Child 

Francine Conway, PhD, is Dean of the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) at Rutgers University - New Brunswick and Distinguished Professor at Adelphi University’s Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies 

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