Favorite Kristi Zubick: ADHD and the Parent-Child Relationship

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Kristi Zubick


The parent-child relationship is an important one in the development of all children. It may be even more critical for children with ADHD. We’ll talk about aspects of the parent-child relationship that are important in fostering positive outcomes and encouraging success for children with ADHD.

Kristi Zubick is a registered psychologist in Edmonton; she has a Master of Science degree in School and Applied Child Psychology. Her published thesis research centred on the relationships that children with ADHD have with their parents, and how those relationships can affect the development of conduct issues.

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