ADD and ADHD solution, continued
ADD and ADHD Correction
Modelling and mastering core life concepts with clay
This time the client models in clay concepts such as self, change, cause and effect, consequence, order and disorder, sequence and time. An ADHD person may spend much of his time disorientated, and so grow up without a full working understanding of some of these very basic concepts.
For example, in an ADHD person's world it could be that something happens; something else happens; but for him there is no clear connection between the two. In these circumstances the world can seem a very random and confusing place.
The programme addresses this difficulty by helping the client to clarify each concept for himself, and then model it in clay. To make sure that there is full understanding of the concept not only in general terms but also as it relates to him, he includes himself in the model.
Checking that his distortions are switched off, he then "masters" the concept in the same way that a dyslexic client masters a trigger word. See More Information, Page 5
Once again, it's important that it's all his own work, so that he can own it: "It's mine because I made it!" The concept then becomes an integral part of the client's perception, and he is able to use it to help make sense of the world.
Behaviour change follows gradually and naturally as this new understanding is absorbed into the person's sense of self.