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ADHD and Anxiety – A Tricky Combination

Jay Soileau, MD

November 12, 2022 (9am - 12:30pm)

In these three sessions Dr. Soileau will explore the recognition of anxiety disorders in patients who present with ADHD and ADHD in those who present primarily with anxiety disorders. You hear about behavioral interventions as well as medication therapies with evidence based efficacy. We will look at ADHD and Anxiety throughout the lifespan – children, adolescents, young adults and older adults. Time will be allotted for questions.


ADHD and Anxiety in Children – Sometimes More Than You Bargained For

Anxiety looks different in children and even more different in those who have both ADHD and anxiety but they can do very much better when both are helped at the same time.


ADHD and Anxiety in Adolescents – Making Wildlife Even Wilder

Adolescents with ADHD are often a little wilder but life is crazy sometimes when anxiety is added to the mix. However, there are ways to really help them cope and be really successful.


ADHD and Anxiety in Adults – Camouflaged in the Rapid Flow of Life

Often ADHD is camouflaged and overshadowed by anxiety but anxiety may be missed when ADHD is present so learning to look for the other in each of these conditions can improve care and life satisfaction tremendously.  


Speaker Bio

Dr. Earl Jay Soileau is board certified in Family Medicine, Adolescent Medicine and Addiction Medicine. He specializes behavioral and developmental issues, mood and anxiety disorders and ADHD and learning problems. He served as Co-chair of the ADHD subcommittee for the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine for many years until several years ago and has written chapters in two adolescent medicine text books on ADHD and school problems with the last one coming out in 2016 and has written 2 state of the art review chapters for the American Academy of Pediatrics publications on ADHD and pharmacology of ADHD. He treats primarily school age children, adolescents and young adults who have ADHD and other co-occurring conditions.



Attendees will be able to:

  • better recognize anxiety in those with ADHD and ADHD in those whose chief complaint is anxiety.
  •  become aware of behavioral treatments with consideration for helping both conditions at the same time
  • become aware of medical treatments that can improve outcomes of anxiety when co-occurring with ADHD


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