Revolutionising ADHD: Unleash your inner Problem-Solving champion
We can all find ourselves making important decisions in our lives. At times we may find that problem solving is difficult, whether this is due too worry, the unexpected nature of the problem, or as a result of impulsive actions already taken.
Problem solving in ADHD can be especially difficult. Sometimes the better longer term solution is deferred as a 'quick fix' is actioned. At other times it is hard to retain the possible solutions due to attention and distraction. There are many possible reasons that problem solving can be difficult to implement without support. However, there are some really helpful simple tools which can be put in place to support you to have a methodical strategy to cope with life's difficulties - however big or small!
Problem solving technique features in both of our workbooks on organisation/time management and impulsivity.
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