Maternal and Child ADHD – Child Psychology and Parenting Blog: Child-Psych.org

In a recent study in the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, Chronis-Tuscano and colleagues looked at parent and child outcomes after mothers of children with ADHD attended a brief parent training program. The results revealed a critical piece of information. Mothers with higher ADHD symptoms saw less progress in their children following parent training and this finding appeared to be due to negative parenting holding steady. Behaviors such as making negative commands e.g., “Cut that out! and critical statements e.g., “You’re an idiot.”, as well as negative touching e.g., hitting, fell into the category of negative parenting.

via Maternal and Child ADHD – Child Psychology and Parenting Blog: Child-Psych.org.

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