Adults With ADHD Benefit From Cognitive—Behaviorally Oriented Group Rehabilitation

@article{Virta2008AdultsWA,
  title={Adults With ADHD Benefit From Cognitive—Behaviorally Oriented Group Rehabilitation},
  author={Maarit Virta and Anita Vedenp{\"a}{\"a} and Nina Gr{\"o}nroos and Esa Chydenius and Markku Partinen and Risto Vataja and Markus Kaski and Matti V. Iivanainen},
  journal={Journal of Attention Disorders},
  year={2008},
  volume={12},
  pages={218 - 226}
}
Objective: In clinical practice, a growing need exists for effective nonpharmacological treatments of adult ADHD. The authors present results from a cognitive—behaviorally oriented psychological group rehabilitation for adult ADHD. Method: A total of 29 adults with ADHD participated. Rehabilitation consisted of 10 or 11 weekly sessions. Participants were assessed with self-ratings (checklist for ADHD based on the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders , Beck Depression Inventory… Expand
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