The science behind Inflow

Inflow is based on the principles of Cognitive Behavioural
Therapy (CBT) for ADHD

People with ADHD have difficulty paying attention,
concentrating, dealing with hyperactivity and
impulsivity.

Studies have shown that Cognitive Behavioural
Therapy (CBT) is effective in helping to treat those
with ADHD.

CBT aims to deal with thoughts and behaviours that can make your ADHD worse by teaching you techniques to tackle your core symptoms head on. CBT also aims to help people cope with emotions and to help improve self-esteem.

It usually includes different modules that focus on:

  1. Learning about ADHD and how it works, and training on organisation and planning, including problem-solving.
  2. Skills and techniques to reduce distractibility, such as techniques to time the length of one’s attention span i.e. behavioural modification and coping skills.
  3. Cognitive restructuring, involving learning to think more adaptively in situations that cause distress.