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Answer 6
  1. Organization and planning skills training. Psychoeducation and training in concrete skills such as organization and planning strategies, with emphasis on practicing and maintaining these strategies in daily life, have been effective in patients with ADHD and would be appropriate for this patient.10 Psychodynamic psychotherapy and biofeedback have not been effective for patients with ADHD. Social skills training would focus on interpersonal interactions with others rather than organizational and planning skills.

    10. Knouse LE, Coper-Vince C, Sprich S, Safren SA. Recent developments in the psychosocial treatment of adult ADHD. Expert Rev Neurother 2008;8:1537–48.

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