ADHD is a neurobiological condition that even in the presence of best intentions has a significant impact on a person's ability to plan and follow through on tasks and projects. This can put a lot of stress on marriages; causing disappointment with and diminished trust in the partner with ADHD, who wants to do better, but struggles with actions that support the desire.
Dr. Amelia Romanowsky, PsyD* and I are holding a virtual introductory workshop for couples whose relationship is impacted by ADHD struggles of one or both of the partners. Our goal is to provide education about ADHD, start the conversation and consider solutions, so couples can shift from just surviving to thriving together.
*Dr. Amelia Romanowsky, PsyD is a licensed psychologist, teacher and author. She brings a wealth of experience working with couples who struggle with ADHD. She practices action-oriented ways, often integrating mind and body approaches. Her therapy is oriented towards healing and growth.
GETTING THINGS DONE:
Strategies for Adults with ADHD
SOMA Adult School
January 28, 2021
7:00 - 9:00pm
Caldwell Adult School
March 30, 2021
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Registration details TBD
ADHD is a neurobiological condition that even in the presence of best intentions has a significant impact on a person's ability to plan and follow through on tasks and projects. People who have this condition are often very creative, passionate and intelligent, but unable to live up to expectations of themselves or of others. Typical motivators for getting things done such as degree of importance, rewards or consequences don’t work for the ADHD person’s “interest based” nervous system. This experience has been even more challenged by the stress of the pandemic. In this class you will learn how ADHD shows up, the brain challenges that underlie it and what can be employed to get things done.
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