ADHD Support Programs
What is ADHD/ADD?
A Free Seminar for parents and guardians who think their child may have,
or has already been diagnosed with ADHD.
Attendees will learn…
- To understand the difference between the various types of ADHD/ADD
- To recognize the symptoms of the various subtypes of ADHD/ADD
- Gain information about the causes of ADHD/ADD
- What to do if you think your child has ADHD
Parenting Children with ADHD Group—A Four-Week Group
For parents and guardians of children diagnosed with ADHD.
This interactive group will provide valuable information about…
Treatment options, including non-medication options
Skills to help manage ADHD symptoms at school, at home, and with friends
Strategies to help improve attention, time management, and organizational skills
A Women’s Group Therapy Program
Starting Summer 2013
Women Go Getters
A Support Group for Professional Women
A support group for adult women attempting to “lean in” by managing a successful career, raising healthy children, having a happy relationship, and caring for the self. This group will provide an opportunity to support and receive support from like minded women with similar interests and lifestyles, as well as provide an opportunity to receive suggestions, ideas, and feedback to contribute to success with leaning in. Group will meet biweekly on Mondays at 6:00 pm. An initial consultation is required for participation.
A Support Group for Women Entrepreneurs or Self Employed Women
A support group for women who own their own small business or are self employed. This group will provide an opportunity for entrepreneurial spirited women to receive support, encouragement, mentoring, coaching and networking. Group will meet biweekly Fridays at 12:00. An initial consultation is required for participation.
Women and Relationships
This is a long-term psychotherapy group for women who want to improve their relationships with others and themselves. In an environment of trust, honesty, and acceptance, members can discover what keeps them from relating effectively, learn to communicate more assertively and clearly, learn to relate more genuinely, and accept themselves more fully. Group will meet biweekly, Thursdays at 6:00 pm. An initial consultation is required for participation.
All Groups Accepting New Members
For more information, to register or schedule an initial consultation call 678-205-0838