One of the most concerning mental health outcomes for ADHD is the prevalence of depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem. For many teens and adults with ADHD, negative feedback from others and constant focus on mistakes and impairments can chip away at confidence over time. Nevertheless, there are countless examples of success and great achievement among the ADHD community. What can parents do to build and maintain their child’s confidence over the years? How can parents, teachers, and therapists support a child’s long-term success? Join us to discuss these important questions and to learn what the research and success stories of others can teach us!