As humans, as well as individuals with ADHD, we can be overwhelmingly impacted by our thoughts. Identifying them, acknowledging how we are impacted by them, and learning how to manage and change them is very empowering. We can change how we see and feel about ourselves, others, and the world. We can find hope and happiness by actively practicing reframing, optimism, and perspective taking.
- Participants will learn what “mindset” means and how it impacts our worldview (perspective).
- Participants will learn about noticing and managing thoughts and self-talk.
- Participants will learn what reframing is and how we can use it to manage meaning, rejection sensitivity and emotional dysregulation.
- Lectures 3
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 71
- Assessments Yes
Took notesI took notes with a goal of capturing at least a single thought or description on each major topic. There were many. I repeated the many parts of the program that I wasn't mentally present on, with my mind off on a different related subject, but not the present discussion. This kept me on track with the presentation. It also helped keep my notes more accurate. I highlighted the exceptional, many single thoughts presented. I found the program very good and especially important useful tools. Something I will watch again.