Resilience is the ability to recover from adverse events. People with ADHD experience adverse events more than most. Our ability to be resilient is based on the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves, our relationships and the events that occur in the environment. And resilience can be learned and developed. In the webinar, we will discuss the attributes that in my research have shown to have the greatest effect on resilience and discuss ways to develop these attributes.
- Participants will be able to identify those attributes that have the greatest effect on our resilience
- Participants will be able to identify at least one way to build their resilience
- Participants will be able to define resilience
Who: Alan R Graham, PhD, PCC, MCAC
Alan R. Graham, Ph.D., PCC, MCAC is Dean of ADD Coach Training for MentorCoach. He serves on the Editorial Board of The Journal of Attention Disorders and is on the board of the Professional Association of ADHD Coaches (PAAC). Dr. Graham coaches executives with business and organizational challenges and adults, teens, children and parents impacted by ADHD. His website, ADDvisor.com, offers practical information about ADHD. He has helped many individuals benefit from Cogmed Working Memory Training. Dr. Graham is the lead author of Lemonade: The Leader’s Guide to Resilience at Work (2012) and the Resilience at Work Assessment (RAW-A).