Brilliant Me & ADHD Teen Workshops
The Center for Living Well with ADHD is excited to announce our four-day workshop focused on helping teenagers better understand ADHD and how it impacts them individually, as well as learning the skills and mindsets that make managing ADHD just a little bit easier.
Our program will focus on three key components:
Awareness, Acceptance, and Action
First, awareness of what ADHD is, how and where your ADHD is showing up, and the impact it is having on your life. Next, acceptance of the impacts of ADHD, and the fact that as someone living with ADHD, you will benefit from doing things a little bit differently than your neurotypical peers. As one teen client put it: “I know what I need to do, I just don’t want to need to do it…but I’m working on that part.” In the Brilliant Me Teen Workshop, we are going to help you own your unique brain wiring. Last, we move to action. As you continue to build self-awareness and acceptance, we will practice problem-solving next steps that will support you in managing your own unique learning style. Our workshop focuses on reframing, building a growth mindset, and developing skills that have worked for us as coaches, as well as our clients, to help participants get the idea train rolling.
There are Two Ways To Participate:
Enroll in Individual Workshop Sessions or All Four
Session 1: Monday, October 16, 7-8 pm CST
Session 2: Tuesday, October 17, 7-8 pm CST
Session 3: Wednesday, October 18, 7-8 pm CST
Session 4: Thursday, October 19, 7-8 pm CST
Our 22 year old son was a bit reluctant at the idea of ADHD coaching or even a workshop. He wasn’t sure if this was what he needed or exactly how it could benefit him or how it would work. We discussed the idea of the Teen Workshop (even though he might be one of the oldest in the sessions) as a way to “try it out”. It was a perfect fit for him – not a big time or financial commitment, but it really gave him a chance to understand more about his ADHD diagnosis, how it affects his life and how a coach might benefit him as he is trying to navigate his life with ADHD. Through this workshop, he could experience first hand what an ADHD coach could do for him. After completing the workshop, he was ready to start with some one-on-one coaching. If you or your child are wondering about the Center for Living Well with ADHD and their services – sign up for one of their workshops, it’s a great way to “try it out”.