There is all sorts of good stuff going on out there in the world of ADHD. Here is some of the best. (I know, I know, some of this stuff at the bottom isn’t actually an event, but I didn’t know where else to put it on the site.)
Five Week Teleclass Series on Strengthening Your Mindset
Five Wednesdays, 8:30 – 10:00 PM Eastern, June 18 – July 16. We will discuss the nine mindset traps that are common for people with ADHD and strategies to get out of those traps. Practical strategies for time management, organization, etc. are important (and we covered them in the executive functioning teleclass series, below), but it takes a strong mindset to use those strategies consistently. In this series, we discuss the psychology of ADHD. More information at adultADHDmindset.com.
Recording of Four Week Teleclass Series on Executive Functioning Strategies
This is the recording of my recent four week teleclass series. We discuss how the ADHD brain processes information and then share strategies that are targeted to overcome each of these executive function weaknesses. This is all about getting things done. More information at adultADHDbrain.com.
Online Silent Auction for ADHD Services to Benefit CHADD
CHADD is doing an auction where you can bid on consultations with some of the biggest names in the world of ADHD. How often have you wished you could have an hour with an author or speaker, to talk about anything you want? Here’s your chance! And the best part is that all the proceeds benefit the great work of CHADD. You’ll definitely want to check this out. Bidding begins at 9:00 am EST on Monday, June 23 and closes at 8:00 pm EST on Friday, June 27. Don’t miss it!
ADDA Conference 2014
July 24-27, Orlando, FL. A great conference focused on ADHD in adults. I am doing two sessions and am really looking forward to seeing everyone again! More information is available at add.org.
CHADD Conference 2014
Nov. 13-15, Chicago, IL. This is the biggest ADHD conference of the year. More information will be posted at chadd.org as we get closer.
Find Local Professionals
I’m often contacted asking for suggestions for local therapists, prescribers, coaches, etc. Although a personal recommendation is always best, try the professional directories on these sites. These listings make no guarantee that the person is any good, but at least they have an interest in working with folks with ADHD.
OK, so this isn’t really an event, but I promised in episode 46 (Two Tools to Stop the Flood, 2/5/10) that I would post the links to the programs you can use to limit how much time you waste on unproductive websites. They are just as relevant as ever!