There have been no published studies or cases addressing the use of EMDR with adults who have ADHD. Clinically, however, the applications would be the same as with children:
1) Target and process the experiential contributors
2) Target and process any current situations that cause disturbance
3) Target and process skills acquisition and positive templates for appropriate future action.
Sometimes the ADHD is misdiagnosed trauma (small or big "t")and when sufficient processing of targets has occured the symptoms remit completely. When there is a truly organic problem EMDR is used to reduce the psychological complications, and to incorporate and increase the necessary skills and behaviors needed to effectively compensate for the condition. Just take it one step at a time.