Smarter ADDulting for ADHDers (of any age)
Facilitators: Diane McLean
Session day and frequency: 1st & 3rd Mondays
Session Time: 12:30pm ET / 11:30 am CT / 10:30 am MT / 9:30am PT
Session length: 60 minutes
Dates: February 1, 15; March 1, 15; April 5, 19; May 3, 17; June 7, 21; July 5 (no meeting), 19; August 2, 16; September 6 (no meeting), 20; October 4, 18; November 1, 15; December 6, 20
*This group will not be continuing in 2022. The last day will Dec 20, 2021.
It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are. — E.E. Cummings
Does ADHD get worse with age? That’s because life gets more complicated. Career, marriage, kids, house, car, pets and more. Soon you’re drowning in responsibilities! We each have our own path but what if we could get some guidance? What if you found a nurturing place to learn & practice the primary skills related to executive function like planning, self-awareness, self-control, time management, and organization?
This support group is for ADHD adults of any age who are both discovering their priorities and building habits in line with those aims.
Join us on Mondays we’ll support each other and learn the secrets of successful life’ing together.
This support group kicked off with a FREE webinar on January 27th. Get more info here.
Group Leader Information
Diane McLean – BIO
Diane McLean, MEd, PCAC, PCC, ACCG
Diane McLean, MEd, ACCG, PCAC, PCC is an ADHD and life coach with a special interest in executive functioning skills. A graduate of ADDCA, Diane coaches children of all ages, parents and families, and adults in all phases of life from a strong strengths-based perspective. She brings to coaching over 25 years of experience in the field of education, working as a school counselor and teacher with students in preschool through high school, as well as parents, teachers, and administrators. She consults frequently with schools and provides input for IEPs and 504 plans for students with ADHD, as well as classroom accommodations.
In 2006, Diane began integrating therapy dogs into her work in social/emotional learning, self-regulation, and executive functions training. Her current service dog partner, Digby, is a yellow Labrador Retriever. Although he meets all diagnostic criteria for ADHD himself, he is an accomplished medical alert and mobility support dog. Digby helps Diane’s clients realize that we can all use our amazing strengths to help with self-regulation, attention, and other executive functions to achieve great success!
Diane is mentor coach, as well as a local and national presenter on the topics of ADHD and executive functioning skills. As a contributing author of Alan Graham’s The Guide to ADHD Coaching: How to Find an ADHD Coach and What to Do When You Get One, she wrote “Executive Functions Coaching: Getting Things Done.” She is a support group facilitator for ADDA, an active member of CHADD, a volunteer with ADHDKC Teens, and a member of the International Coach Federation.
A proud native Texan, Diane received her B.S. in Education from the University of Texas and her M.Ed. in Counseling and Student Services from the University of North Texas. Mother of two adult children, she currently lives in Overland Park, Kansas with her husband, son, and furry friends.