“Girls and Women with ADHD: Unique Risks, Crippling Stigma” [podcast episode #235]
In this hour-long podcast, Stephen Hinshaw, Ph.D. explains how women and girls experience ADHD.
Listen to “Girls and Women with ADHD: Unique Risks, Crippling Stigma” with Stephen Hinshaw, Ph.D.
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Stephen Hinshaw, Ph.D., explains how ADHD symptoms may present differently in girls and women, and the unique stigma females face.
- “Thank you for today’s podcast. It was amazing and I want to share it with my mother, who doesn’t understand adult ADHD (in me), and my daughter, who is amazing, but is having real life struggles with ADHD.”
- “This man knows his stuff. Thank you for your illuminating insights into female ADHD. I thoroughly enjoyed learning more.”
- “Love love love Dr Hinshaw. I wish this podcast went on all day!”
Related recommended resources:
- What ADHD Looks Like in Girls and Women
- Self-Test: Could Your Daughter Have ADHD?
- Self-Test: Could You Have ADHD?
- Sister. Wife. Mother. Living with ADHD.
This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live on October 16, 2018. ADDitude thanks our sponsors for supporting our webinars. Sponsorship has no influence on speaker selection or webinar content.
Stephen Hinshaw, Ph.D., is a member of the ADDitude ADHD Medical Review Panel.
Note on audio quality: This podcast is a recording of a webinar series. The audio has been captured from live conversations (sometimes over a telephone), not recorded in a studio. Register to participate in the live webinars at: additude.com/webinars/
Updated on July 15, 2021