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Study: New Parent Behavior Therapy Yields Longer ADHD Symptom Control in Children

October 6, 2020Parent Behavior Therapy (PBT) enhanced with Schema Therapy (ST) significantly reduced the rate of ADHD symptom relapse among children, according to a study published recently in the Journal of Attention Disorders.1 Schema Therapy “is a structured therapeutic approach incorporating elements of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), attachment theory, emotion-focused therapy, and psychodynamic thinking.”2 ST identifies schemas, such as self-defeating perceptions, and helps patients replace maladaptive coping styles with adaptive patterns of behavior.ST has been found to enable significant personality changes that remain stable even after one year.

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