Altering the Long-Term Trajectory of ADHD


Can We Alter Trajectories to Improve Long-Term Outcomes in ADHD?


In this 51-minute presentation, Jeffrey Halperin, PhD describes the development of ADHD symptoms throughout the lifespan, what we know about the interplay between environment and genetics, and how the environment can be used to alter long-term trajectory of ADHD, evidenced by reduced symptomatology. 

This webcast was recorded live and is being used with the permission of the presenter. 

At the conclusion of this CME Activity, primary healthcare professionals will be able to describe:

  • The best time to detect and treat ADHD
  • The interplay between genetics and the environment in the development of ADHD symptoms
  • Brain development and its relationship to ADHD
  • The role of games and exercises in improving ADHD symptomatology

Presented by

Jeffrey M. Halperin, PhD

Distinguished Professor
Department of Psychology
Queens College, City University of New York

Department of Psychiatry
The Mount Sanai School of Medicine 
Queens, New York

Course Runs: Sept 1, 2020 – Sept 1, 2021

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