Lost in explanation: internal conflicts in the discourse of ADHD psychoeducation

Myrte J. M. van Langen, Rebeka Szőke, Dominique N. J. Rijkelijkhuizen, Sarah Durston & Branko M. van Hulst
Abstract Background Psychiatric classifications are understood in many different ways. For children with ADHD and their parents, psychoeducation is an important source of information for shaping their understanding. Moreover, psychoeducation is often taken by children and parents to represent how their story is understood by the therapist. As a result, the way psychoeducation is formulated may affect the therapeutic alliance, one of the most robust mediators of treatment outcome. In addition, psychoeducation may indirectly influence...
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