This webinar will explore how the emotional and mental distress of ADHD sets up a syndrome of epic emotional storms. These storms create an added risk factor of having ADHD that is vital to understand for those diagnosed. The Emotional Distress Syndrome of ADHD as it’s written about in Focused Forward, Navigating The Storms of Adult ADHD outlines a plan to learn to navigate your life and how not to get lost in these storms of ADHD. The webinar will outline strategies and actions you can take today to be calm and stay centered before, during and after these ADHD storms.
- Participants will be able to define the EDS of ADHD
- Learning Objectives #2: Participants will know strategies to manage storms of ADHD
- Learning Objectives #3: Participants will understand how not knowing about the EDS of ADHD will set them up to have ongoing challenges to their self esteem and identity that do not go away.
Who: James M. Ochoa. LPC
James Ochoa, LPC, author of Focused Forward: Navigating the Storms of Adult ADHD, is founder and director of The Life Empowerment Center in Austin, TX. James offers action-focused counseling and executive coaching to help his clients discover ways to empower themselves in all areas of their lives. His passion is treating the emotional distress of ADHD so clients can begin to build internal worlds in their imagination to manage their attention challenges.
James has a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Texas @ Austin and his M.Ed. in Counseling & Guidance from Texas State University in San Marcos, TX.
The Complex Podcast https://thecomplex.podbean.com
This educational narrative fiction podcast is based off James’ book Focused Forward! It is a fun and lively podcast AND James gives detailed strategies and techniques he has perfected in his clinical practice to help those with and around ADHD.
James built his reputation on mastering the emotional and mental distress of ADHD James’ diagnosis of ADHD and his 29 years of clinical experience let him understand ADHD from the inside out Those diagnosed, family members, educators, and clinicians will learn how to manage ADHD.
Life-Changing Whether You Have ADHD, Treat ADHD, or Love Someone with ADHD Those diagnosed, family members, educators, and clinicians will learn how to manage ADHD.