“Building a Healthy Relationship with Your Adult ADHD” [Video Replay & Podcast #166]
Access the video replay, listen to the podcast episode (#166), and download the slide presentation for this ADHD Experts webinar originally broadcast on October 19, 2016.
ADHD gets a bad rap. The disorder is vilified and misunderstood by many in our society, including the doctors and clinicians who are charged with diagnosing and treating it. What’s more, our school systems and corporate structures are not built to support and encourage those who learn differently. But ADHD is not all bad. In fact, it can be a superpower if harnessed correctly!
Emily Anhalt, PsyD, spent two years interviewing adults with ADHD who have achieved financial, occupational, and emotional success without using medication. Out of this research, Anhalt developed a three-layered approach to fostering a healthy relationship with your ADHD, and leveraging it as a positive force in your life.
Watch the Video Replay
Download or Stream the Podcast Audio
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Meet the Expert Speaker
Emily Anhalt, PsyD, completed her doctoral dissertation on “Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Success Without the Use of Medication.”
- “My son was diagnosed with ADHD in 1st grade, he is doing terrific, but in the process my daughter didn’t get the attention my son did. She is in college now and she and I have talked about the symptoms and the possibility that she has many of the same characteristics, but not as pronounced as her brothers. This podcast has opened my eyes and is encouraging me to help both my young adult children cope with the future. Thank you so much for sharing Emily! “
- “Wonderful approach to the presentation of information—style & tone so open, relaxing and informative!”
- “I learned some really actionable things, gained much empathy for my ADHD friends, and embraced self love :)”