If you are at imminent risk for self-harm please go to the Madison Memorial Emergency Room. For individuals who are at risk for harming themselves or are having a similar significant crisis, please dial 211 to access the Idaho Careline and be prepared to select Option 3. For students who are actively meeting with a BYU-Idaho counselor and are at risk for harming themselves or having a similar significant crisis, please call 208-496-HELP (208-496-4357.)

Overview

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a persistent pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with a person’s functioning or development. In adults, this can lead to unstable relationships, poor academic performance and job performance, low self-esteem, and other struggles. Symptoms start in early childhood and can continue into adulthood. There are three subtypes of ADHD: Predominantly Inattentive Presentation, Predominantly Hyperactive, and Combined Presentation.

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Other Resources

TAO (Therapy Assistance Online)

  • Interpersonal Relationships and Communication
  • Let Go and Be Well, Modules 2 and 3 
  • Calming Your Worry - Student, Module 1: Understanding Anxiety and Worry