Leaders: Megan Schrade and Bethany Febus
Dates: July 8, 22; August 12, 26; September 9, 23; October 14, 28; November 11, 25; December 9, 23; January 13, 27 (2021)
Time: 2nd & 4th Wednesday at 8pm Eastern/7pm Central/6pm Mountain/5pm Pacific
Sessions: 60-75 minutes
Do your conversations feel awkward? Do you wonder (or have people told you) you’re:
- Too loud?
- Too scattered?
- Too impatient?
- Too… much!
Do your co-workers (friends, family, everyone!) misunderstand you? Ignore you? Avoid you?
For adults with ADHD, this is often the case. If it sounds a lot like your life, we made this group for you!
ADDA helps adults with ADHD lead better lives. But how can you lead a better life when you can’t get along with family, friends, classmates, co-workers, business associates (or your dry cleaner!?) This group will help you change all that.
This support group will help you get along better with people. You can expect to:
- change your outlook,
- connect with your peers,
- build a new awareness of social expectations,
- learn to interpret social signals,
- adapt your behavior to those signals and,
- (finally!) feel like you fit in!
Many adults with ADHD struggle with social skills and often feel lonely and left out. If you’re tired of feeling like that, we’ve lined up an all-start team to help you navigate the social world with realistic and practical strategies that are sure to improve your people skills.
Please join us on Wednesdays
Group Leader Information
Megan Schrader – bio coming soon
Bethany Febus – bio coming soon