Facilitators: Kat Loutrel And Sherry Lewkowicz
Sessions: 60-90 minutes
When: 2nd, 4th & 5th Thursdays at 9 pm ET / 8 pm CT/7 pm MT/6 pm PT
Session Dates: December 22, 29, January 12 & 26, February 9 & 23, March 9 , 23 & 30, April 13 & 27, May 11 & 25, June 8, 22 & 29, July 13 & 27, August 10, 24 & 31, September 14 & 28, October 12 & 26, November 9, 23(No Meeting) & 30, December 14 & 28
Are you in a committed relationship where ADHD is a third partner?
Do you wish you could talk to other couples who are living with ADHD?
Do you wish you could talk to experts in adapting to a marriage that includes ADHD?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then this is the group for you.
Typical symptoms of ADHD – distractibility, impulsiveness, disorganization – also impact other family members, especially if they live under the same roof.
Common complaints from non-ADHD partners are: feeling ignored, stressed out, and frustrated.
The partner with ADHD often feels: overwhelmed, subordinate to their partner, and afraid to fail (again).
It doesn’t have to be that way. This group will focus on strategies to bring back or enhance the spontaneity, affection, and playfulness that first attracted you to each other.
ADDA believes happier marriages are an integral part of leading our best lives.
Group Leader Information
Kat Loutrel- Bio coming soon
Sherry Lewkowicz – BIO
Sherry Lewkowicz is a professional learning manager at an edtech nonprofit dedicated to supporting students’ sentence-level writing skills. Before transitioning to the education nonprofit sector in 2016, she taught English for 8 years at an international high school in the Bronx. Sherry is passionate about all things ADHD, particularly its impact on emotional regulation, self-esteem, and relationships, and she believes deeply in the healing power of community.