I’ve been hosting webinars for Psych Central for a while now. Did you know we have a growing library of archived webinars?
A number of experts, both in-house and special guest experts have covered a wide variety of topics in addition to ADHD, such as codependency, narcissism, the psychology of success, mindfulness and more – so please check our YouTube Channel if there is another subject that interests you.
In today’s post, I’ll be sharing links and information about ADHD-related topics that we’ve covered in the past.
If you’ve missed these wonderful ADHD experts, or would like to review their sessions, here are the links.
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ADHD Coach Mark Jones explains:
– what ADHD Coaching IS and ISN’T
– how ADHD Coaching works
– benefits of ADHD Coaching in the treatment of ADHD
– ADHD Coaching costs compared to the cost of untreated ADHD
Recently diagnosed with ADHD himself, ADHD Coach Mark Jones is the founder of Anchored Awareness ADHD Coaching. Mark is passionate about helping adults, teens and families who are struggling with ADHD and has personally experienced the life changing transformations that can be achieved through ADHD Coaching.
Group therapy specializing in helping people with ADHD is a new field of research that has been gathering a lot of very exciting data and attention lately, especially when budgets can be tight and one on one therapy isn’t always an option. Therapist Alina Kislenko explores how a group approach can speed up the therapy process even if you’re already seeing an ADHD Coach.
Alina Kislenko is a therapist in private practice specializing in ADHD, Asperger’s, Sex therapy, and couples issues. She also hosts the Strange Brains Talk Radio Show which focuses on exploring strategies for people with ADHD and Asperger’s.
See also Coach Alina’s PsychCentral webinar Asperger’s In Love: From Helplessly Confused to Head Over Heels
Join Psych Central webinar host Zoë Kessler and special guest Melissa Orlov, award-winning author and marriage consultant, for an enlightening conversation about how to thrive with ADHD in marriage.
Orlov, co-author of The Couple’s Guide to Thriving with ADHD, talks about her new book and offers insights and practical strategies for relationships where ADHD is present.
This special Mother’s Day webinar features best-selling author and Psych Central blogger Zoë Kessler (ADHD from A to Zoë) and special guest Lisa Aro, aka “Queen of the Distracted.”
Aro has earned her crown as the busy mom of 7 kids (6 with ADHD), and a husband who also has ADHD. No family is without its challenges; when you add ADHD into the mix, family life gets even more complicated.
Zoë and Lisa share an informal and informative chat on parenting ADHD kids from the perspective of a grown-up ADHD kid (Zoë) and a non-ADHD mom (Lisa) with lots of insights on how to manage the many foibles and follies while still enjoying the fun of an active ADHD family.
This webinar includes tips on how prevent burnout and bring out the best in your ADHD bunch as Lisa and Zoë share their stories with honesty and insight.
Check out Lisa’s Blog Living a Distracted Life.
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Let me know what topics you’d like to hear about. I’m sure we can find an expert to address any ADHD-related challenges you’d like to explore and we’re open to your ideas and suggestions.
On that note, maybe there’s an expert you’d like us to interview at PsychCentral. Again, we’re open to suggestions.