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Supporting Children and Youth with ADHD During COVID -19: Special Webinar Edition
Raising a child with ADHD is challenging. With the disrupted routines and uncertainty of COVID-19, these challenges may be intensifying for some families. In this webinar recording, we will discuss these challenges and provide concrete tips to parents and caregivers for supporting children and youth with ADHD in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
*Note: You can find the webinar for this recording here, along with the accompanied webinar slides here.
Dr. Candice Murray
Dr. Murray is a Registered Psychologist who has been practicing in the area of ADHD for over 20 years. Dr. Murray currently works in and is the former Director of the Provincial ADHD Program at B.C Children’s Hospital. She is a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia. Dr. Murray developed a treatment program for university students with ADHD (funded by the Doctors of BC) and the “Rolling with ADHD” series, a free online program for parents of children with ADHD. She has published peer-reviewed research articles and reviews on pediatric and adult ADHD. Dr. Murray is frequently an invited guest speaker at provincial and national conferences on ADHD.
Dr. Randall Gillis
Dr. Gillis is a Registered Psychologist who works in the Provincial ADHD Program at BC Children’s Hospital. She has been involved in conducting peer-reviewed research, assessment, treatment and teaching related to ADHD. She has a particular interest in teaching parents evidence based strategies to support their children with ADHD, and co-leads the parenting group in the Provincial ADHD Program. She is a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia and also works part-time in private practice.