Time perception and management can be challenging if you have ADHD. How we interact with our past, exist in the present, and project our future has a major impact on how we live each day. There are also great things about how we interact with time, particularly in the sense of being in the moment. Join me to learn how this challenges can be funnelled into a Now solution.
- Understanding the challenges related to time with ADHD
- Differentiating the impact of past, present and future time management with ADHD
- How to redirect these impacts into managing time through the present
Who: Jonathan Hassall
Jonathan is an ADHD & EF Coach and Director of Connect ADHD Coaching, providing services internationally from Brisbane, Australia. His background includes nursing in psychiatric services and ADHD expert roles in the pharmacological industry including national Clinical Research Scientist and Scientific Advisor.
As an active member of national and international professional ADHD associations, he provides individual and group programs nationally and internationally and speaks regularly to professionals, community, and industry.
Jonathan’s focus is to translate EF theory to ADHD Coaching facilitating individuals with ADHD find and accept their “neuro-native” state creating effective adaptation of environment and self