Being a teenager with ADHD can be confusing and isolating, especially when they see their neurotypical peers thriving socially and academically. But what if your teen could be around others like them, people who have similar struggles and who are all excited to share their experiences and the things that have helped them find success? Our Teens group leverages research that group settings are a highly effective place for people to explore and understand themselves better. Coach Griffin Rouse will provide a safe and moderated space for coaching support, education about ADHD and how it often shows up for teenagers, and peer support from other teens dealing with similar issues.
This group meets weekly, three to five times each month (depending on holidays and number of Tuesdays in a month). Participants typically range from ages 11 to 15. In this group, group members will have the opportunity to have significant input into the structure of the group sessions and topics discussed. This group is a safe, inclusive LGBTQ+ friendly space.
Your Teen Can Expect to Get:
- A better understanding of what ADHD is and how it manifests for them
- An increased sense of self-awareness
- Mechanisms & tools that help them in light of that awareness
- The ability to effectively coach themselves through their own struggles as they arise throughout their lives
- A support network of other teens with similar experiences
Meets on Tuesday’s at 7:30pm ET, 6:30pm CT, 5:30pm MT, 4:30pm PT for approximately 60 minutes
Step 1: Schedule a Quick Chat
Meet with Coach Griffin to get acquainted, learn more about the program, and decide if participating in this group is the right move for you.