Live Webinar on June 25: Coping with Anxiety and Adult ADHD In the COVID-19 World
Register below for this free expert webinar to learn how to cope with anxiety and ADHD in the Pandemic on Thursday, June 25, at 1 pm ET.
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Anxiety is ADHD’s most common comorbid condition. Research shows that emotional regulation difficulties play a central role in sparking anxiety in adults with ADHD.
Over the last four months, these challenges have felt overwhelming as we’ve worried about the global pandemic and how it might affect our lives and our families. Here, ADHD expert J. Russell Ramsay outlines how these worries affect ADHD symptoms and coping strategies during these unprecedented times, how to handle anxiety effectively, and how to push beyond our fears to achieve a resilient mindset. The bottom line: Adults with ADHD can develop skills to manage anxious feelings instead of allowing them to rule our lives. Here is how to get started.
In this webinar, you will learn:
⦁ The connection between ADHD, anxiety, and emotional regulation difficulties
⦁ Specific emotional management skills for coping with anxiety during the pandemic
⦁ Strategies for maintaining a resilient mindset
⦁ How to adapt classic strategies for managing ADHD to deal with COVID-19 stress
Certificate of Attendance: Attendees who successfully complete a survey after watching this webinar will be eligible to receive a one hour certificate of attendance. ADDitude does not offer CEU credits.
Have a question for our expert? There will be an opportunity to post questions for the presenter during the live webinar.
Meet the Expert Speaker:
Dr. J. Russell (“Russ”) Ramsay is co-founder and co-director of the University of Pennsylvania’s Adult ADHD Treatment and Research Program and an associate professor of clinical psychology in psychiatry in the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. He has authored five books and numerous peer-reviewed professional and scientific articles, research abstracts, as well as many book chapters on issues related to adult ADHD. He is a member of the CHADD Hall of Fame, serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Attention Disorders, and has served on the Professional Advisory Boards of ADDA, CHADD, Totally ADD, on the Board of Directors of APSARD, and on the Scientific Advisory Board of ADDitude.