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186: Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria Tips
Episode 18629th April 2024 • Science Backed Solutions for Children’s Behavior and Mental Health • Dr. Roseann Capanna Hodge
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Rejection sensitive dysphoria (RSD) represents a significant yet frequently overlooked challenge experienced by many children, especially those with neurodivergent conditions like ADHD. As it often flies under the radar, it may lead parents, educators, and even mental health professionals to overlook its presence, resulting in undiagnosed or untreated emotional distress in affected children.

It is therefore crucial for parents to adapt their parenting approach and provide coping mechanisms suited to the unique needs of these children, rather than relying solely on discipline to alleviate their reactivity. That’s why this episode is important for you!

For those seeking support with rejection sensitive dysphoria, I offer science-backed guidance, tools, and resources to support you and your well-being:

Check out the following posts for more information:

●      Clinical Guide ADHD

●      Behavioral Iinterventions ADHD

●      Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria and ADHD

●      Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria and ADHD

●      10 Essential Coping Skills for ADHD Kids

●      11 Emotional Regulation Activities for Children

●      ADHD Self Regulation Strategies

●      Fostering Emotional Regulation




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