In Focus: Adult ADHD Skills and Support Group

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To create a safe and non-judgmental space for group members to explore their neurodivergence, process their experiences, and learn skills to manage their ADHD symptoms

  • Participant Details – Open to Josselyn clients age 18+ who have been diagnosed with ADHD, struggle with ADHD symptoms, and are interested in processing symptoms and learning skills in a group. Group participation may be expanded to adults who have self-diagnosed ADHD. Members must be out of high school to participate in the group.
  • Date & Time – Meets Thursdays from 12 to 1 pm via Zoom
  • Framework – Group will begin with a check-in. Facilitators will present a discussion topic related to ADHD with psychoeducation (and possibly accompanied by a brief presentation, activity, or prompt). Group members will have the opportunity to share how the presented topic relates to their lives. Facilitators will guide group members through a self-compassion exercise. Group will end with goal setting and a check-out.
  • Facilitator – Sarah Landicho, CMHC

To learn more about this group, please speak with your Josselyn therapist.

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