Nonpharmacological ADHD Treatments for Youths: How to Implement Evidence-Based Practice Recommendations
There are countless examples of long-lasting ongoing rivalries that most likely will never be totally settled, such as Coke versus Pepsi. No one would think that these 2 could ever work together for the common good. But what about therapy versus medication? Is there a conflict between these 2 treatment approaches? Uncompromising proponents exist for the solo use of either methodology: one camp argues that the risk of adverse effects is not acceptable, and the other that psychosocial interventions have very little benefit compared with their expense. Since no single remedy exists that is 100% successful, clinicians often recommend a combined approach.
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