Cool Events

February 9th, 2014

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.)

 

Chester County CHADD Conference

Saturday, Feb. 22, 8:00 – 1:00. It’s back! This year’s theme is ADHD and the Brain. This is the best thirty bucks you’ll spend. It will be relevant for parents, teachers, professionals, and adults with ADHD. West Chester University, West Chester, PA. More information at www.chadd.net/222.

 

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.

 

Recording of Five Week Teleclass Series on Strengthening Your Mindset

This is a recording a five week teleclass (7.5 hours of recordings, all the handouts, plus a 45 minute summary recording) on 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, 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.

 

ADDA Conference 2014

July 24-27, Orlando, FL. A great conference focused on ADHD in adults. More information will be posted at add.org as it becomes available.

 

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. They will be accepting proposals until February 28.

 

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.

chadd.org

add.org

ADDresources.org

MomswithADDdirectory.com

PsychologyToday.com

 

Time-Waster Blockers

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!

LeechBlock

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