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Psychoeducation for adults with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is an important psychosocial intervention and should be incorporated into all treatment plans. This chapter is based on the clinical experience of the authors in leading psychoeducational groups in which ADHD patients participated at the Outpatients Clinic of the University Medical Centre, Groningen, and the Netherlands. The authors highlight that together with other psychosocial interventions for ADHD, psychoeducation for adults can play a significantly beneficial role. The chapter presents an update of existing research on psychoeducation for adults with ADHD. It outlines a six-session program for individuals with ADHD that incorporates the elements of psychoeducation. The chapter highlights some of the arguments in favor of psychoeducation. It finally makes some clinical suggestions on how to provide psychoeducation to adult patients with ADHD and their partners and family.
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