Ever feel like you’re missing that key ingredient called self esteem? Or maybe you’ve got it sometimes but it just won’t stick? Many, if…
ADHD and BPD share certain traits, which can lead to misdiagnosis. This webinar will cover BPD features and symptoms and the differential diagnosis from…
Telling Your Story: How To Make Your Voice Heard and Advocate For What You Need – with Erik “Doc” Anderson
Join ADHD coach Erik Anderson for a fun and informative webinar that will show you the power of unlocking your story.
Reduce your anxiety: What to do when worrying takes over and how to keep it in check – with Sharon Saline
Dr. Saline, author of “What your ADHD child wishes you knew: Working together to empower kids in school and life” and “The ADHD Solution…
We all know how to set priorities, right? It’s easy! … just make a quick survey of choices, weigh those choices against any number…
Right sizing for the holidays.
ADHD 101 (and 102, and 103. . .)
Introduction to Grassroots Advocacy.
How to curb impulsive spending.
ADHD-Friendly Strategies for Time Management.
Reality Changes the ADHD Rules.
Open Q&A regarding the diagnosis and treatment of adult ADHD.
Adults with ADHD Parenting ADHD Kids
Lemonade: Building and Maintaining Resilience in Individuals with ADHD and Their Families – with Alan R Graham
Building and Maintaining Resilience in Individuals with ADHD and Their Families.
ADHD and Body Focused Repetitive and Compulsive Behaviors (BFRB), such as Skin Picking, Hair Pulling and Nail Biting – with Roberto Olivardia PhD
ADHD and Body Focused Repetitive and Compulsive Behaviors (BFRB), such as Skin Picking, Hair Pulling and Nail Biting.
ADHD and Creativity: Tapping Into Your Creative Genius.
But that’s not what I meant! – a practical guide to clear ADHD communication and fewer arguments – with Linda Roggli
A practical guide to clear ADHD communication and fewer arguments.
From Mess to Success: Five Ways to Overcome Underachievement at Work (or School) – with Alan P Brown
Five ways to overcome underachievement at work or school.
DSM V. New criteria and new approaches.
In treating ADHD, the focus often is on how the you need to change. A strengths based approach requires identify where we have had…