Abstract: The neuropathology underlying ADHD most consistently points to dysfunction in corticostriatal pathways—leading to inactivation, or insufficient engagement, of frontal and prefrontal lobes. By implication there may be functional disconnection between the anterior and posterior higher cortical regions, instead of a fixed dysfunction in either one. Given this premise, reconnection of these systems via cognitive interventions constitutes a logical remedial approach in the treatment of ADHD, which this paper introduces. In particular, a hybrid model is developed which proposes integration of existing psychodynamic, cognitive, and neuropsychological interventions. An organizing theme is expansion of metacognitive understanding through these procedures, powerfully exemplified via use of metaphor in clinical vignettes.