ADHD & Other Disorders - Emotions and Mood

In this video, we are going to talk about ADHD symptoms related to mood and emotions, particularly mood swings, as well as emotional hypersensitivity and dysregulation, and discussing effective strategies on how to deal with your child’s emotional needs during the transition to a new middle school environment.

These resources, tools and strategies are recommended by leading experts in the ADHD field and have been used by thousands of families to help aid both parents and kids living with ADHD. These tips can prove key to your child's adjustment to a new academic, social, and emotional period in their lives.

My team and I have researched extensively to provide parents, teachers, caregivers, and families some extra help during social distancing and the coronavirus pandemic, and today, we’ll be covering ways that ADHD emotional symptoms can affect your preteen, and sharing advice on tackling these problems.

This video is specifically about mood swings and emotional dysregulation in children with ADHD, and today, we’re going to: - Introduce ADHD symptoms related to mood and emotion - Talk about ADHD mood swings and how they could indicate an overlapping disorder - Talk about emotional hypersensitivity and dysregulation in kids with ADHD - Provide strategies we recommend for parents and for kids to use themselves

+++DOWNLOAD ADDitude Magazine article: “ADHD and Emotional Regulation: A Parent’s Guide” +++

Sign-up for the ADHD in Middle School Summit ( and we’ll send you our list of expert-curated ADHD resources, including the ADDitude Magazine article. That way, parents and other caregivers can get ADHD parenting training, ADHD parenting support, and ADHD parenting advice. Especially, ADHD child parenting guides, ADHD parenting skills, and ADHD parenting skills training.


Sign-up for the ADHD in Middle School Summit and we'll send you our expert-curated list of ADHD resources including: - Additude Magazine's Homework Ideas That Work - General ADHD resources that every caregiver should have and ADHD resources specific to school accommodations and education services.