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iqoncept / 123RF Stock PhotoADDA’s Webinars/Teleclasses have been such a hit that we’re offering classes throughout the year! Teleclasses will run for an hour, on Wednesday nights starting at 9:00 PM EST. The classes have been expanded, from a phone-based program to a Webinar format. Now members will also have the ability to login online, via a link we provide, to chat with other participants and view the slides as the presenter is scrolling through them. Attendees will be able to send their questions to the speaker via the Web and hear them answered live.

How to Attend

Webinars are offered as an ADDA Member Benefit. The URL to sign-up and receive the information and handouts for each webinar will be available for members when logged into their accounts.

You can register once logged into your ADDA account. On the left side of your webpage there is a nav bar with a tab that has "Just for Members." You would click on that tab which takes you to all the information you need as an ADDA member. To sign up for the webinar just scroll down to the 2013-14 webinars and click the link and you will see all the replays and any information to sign up for future webinars. If you have any questions, please email webinar@add.org

Not a member? Join today for as low as $50 (individual member rate) and gain access to the 2013 series as well as archived files of our previous webinar/teleclass series.

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2014 ADDA Webinar Schedule

Date and TimeSession TitleRegister

April 23, 2014
9PM Eastern, 8PM Central, 6PM Pacific

Q&A about your ADD  - with Ari Tuckman

Click here to register.

May 7, 2014
9PM Eastern, 8PM Central, 6PM Pacific

Get To It! Procrastination and ADHD - with Kim Kensington
For more information

Registration coming soon.

May 21, 2014
9PM Eastern, 8PM Central, 6PM Pacific

The Couple's Guide to Thriving with ADHD - with Melissa Orlov
For more information

Registration coming soon.

 

 

From Stress To Success – How Stress & Overwhelm Hijack the ADHD Brain, and what you can do about it

Stress and overwhelm are challenging for all of us! Add in the complexity of the ADHD brain and it often leads to:

  • Emotional outbursts
  • Strained relationships
  • Confusion and the inability to act
  • Paralyzing apathy & indecision

In this webinar you’ll learn the true nature of stress and overwhelm, how they impact the ADHD brain differently, and what you can do in those moments when they seem to take over your life (or a family member’s life).

Elaine Taylor-KlausElaine Taylor-Klaus, CPCC, PCC is the co-founder of ImpactADHD.com, dedicated to helping parents all over the world raise confident, successful children with ADD/ADHD. ImpactADHD programs are offered online and on the phone so that all parents can access critical support. A writer, parenting coach and public speaker, Elaine is an advocate and trainer for parents of children with “complex” needs. A national expert for Pfizer’s Making Moments education campaign for parents, she is first and foremost the mother in an ADHD Family of 5.




Keeping your Focus in the Workplace for Innovator Brain Types

We all have the skill and talent to succeed. Not knowing how to keep our focus on what is most important in the moment, however, can keep us stuck and hold us back from meeting expectations at work. In this workshop you will learn the keys to mastering this all important skill so you can perform better on the job with confidence.

Carol GignouxCarol Gignoux began her work with ADHD immediately upon her college graduation in 1972 with a M. Ed. Since then has achieved a highly decorated resume as a professional coach, consultant and trainer. After graduating from Coach U and achieving their professional certification, Carol completed a graduate coaching program with the Newfield Network in Minneapolis, MN, and an Executive Coach Training Program with Success Dynamics in Concord, MA. Carol has been certified by the ICF as one of their first Financial Coaches. She co-created the Institute for the Advancement of ADHD Coaching that certifies ADHD Coaches and ADHD Training Programs. She has achieved the Senior Certified ADHD Coach designation or SCAC.






The Couple's Guide to Thriving with ADHD

Couples impacted by ADHD can strengthen their interactions with each other to create a calmer, more loving partnership. This presentation will review a few of the common emotional hot spots that ADHD-impacted couples face, and provide practical, immediately usable advice for strengthening your relationship.

Melissa OrlovMelissa Orlov is the author of the award-winning book, The ADHD Effect on Marriage. A marriage consultant, she helps ADHD-affected couples from around the world rebalance their relationships and learn to thrive. She also teaches marriage counselors and other professionals about effective marriage therapy for couples impacted by ADHD. Orlov blogs for Psycholog! y Today and at www.adhdmarriage.com, where she also hosts a large community of adults learning about ADHD in relationships. She has been interviewed on the topic of ADHD and marriage by the New York Times, CNN, Today, US News and World Report, CBS, AOL, the American Psychological Association Monitor, Women's Health and many others. Ms. Orlov is a cum laude graduate of Harvard College. Ms. Orlov's second book, with co-author Nancie Kohlenberger, LMFT, will be released in May, 2014. A Couple's Guide to Thriving with ADHD will help couples overcome the emotional hot spots they encounter as they learn how to thrive with ADHD.




Get To It! Procrastination and ADHD

If only the folks who stare at us with incomprehension, trying to understand why we don’t “Just Do It”, had any idea! There is a lot going on for adults with ADHD that contributes to messiness, overdue projects and/or health issues. Since knowledge is power, the goal is to help you identify obstacles and strategies so that you can do what needs to get done using the least amount of your “self-regulation” reserves.

Dr. Kim KensingtonDr. Kim Kensington is a psychologist based in Santa Monica. Her focus is on helping procrastinators and/or people with ADHD get things done. Naturally wired as one of the most expert p! rocrastinators she has ever met, and a poster child for inattentive ADHD, she has heard tons of well-meaning advice that didn’t help. With a light-hearted and informal style, Dr. Kim approaches this topic from the perspective of one who knows better than to suggest making a list or starting earlier!








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