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ADDvisor.com and myADHD.com invite you to a 

FREE one-hour teleconference on

 

Wednesday Evening, May 14, 2014 at 8:30PM Eastern/7:30PM Central

>CLICK HERE to reserve your spot NOW!

 

 

HELPING ADULTS WITH ADHD VALUE THEIR DIFFERENCES

featuring

Sari Solden, MS LMFT

Psychotherapist, Author

For coaches, mental health professionals, adults with ADHD, and their partners

What is often missing in the approach to helping adults with ADHD is the critical element of going beyond a focus on deficits and strategies to the goal of restoring lost hopes and dreams, creating a meaningful life, and moving beyond toxic comparisons to value one’s differences.

In order to help an adult with the challenges of ADHD attain this self view and the ability to move forward toward the life they want, the professional must be able to see the them in a whole and valuing way. Otherwise, even the best strategies will fall flat and become just one more way the adult with ADHD winds up feeling more defeated, deflated, and demoralized.
 

 
 

 

Sari Solden, MS LMFT

 



Sari Solden, MS LMFT, a psychotherapist and consultant in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has counseled adults with AD/HD for over 25 years. She is the author of the pioneering books Women with Attention Deficit Disorder and Journeys Through ADDulthood, as well as a prominent keynote speaker at national and international AD/HD conferences. She serves on the professional advisory board of the National Association for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder(ADDA) and was a past recipient of their award for outstanding service by a helping professional. Ms. Solden’s areas of specialization include women's issues, inattentive ADHD, and the emotional consequences and healing process for adults who grew up with undiagnosed ADHD.

Contact Sari at sari@sarisolden.com, visit sarisolden.com,

or ADDJourneys.com, her online ADHD community.

 


 


 

 
 
   

 

You will have the opportunity to pose questions to Sari

Details on how to connect to the teleconference will be sent to you by email after you sign up.


Your teleconference leaders:

William B. Benninger, Ph.D.

Specializing in the treatment of adolescents for over twenty years, and in ADHD for over ten years, has provided William B. Benninger, Ph.D. with a wealth of experience.  Being the father of two girls has exponentially increased that wealth. Dr. Benninger attended The Ohio State University's APA-approved counseling psychology graduate program,  

starting in 1975.  After an APA-approved clinical internship in Wichita, Kansas, he returned to the greater Columbus area to begin his psychological career.

Currently, Bill is founder and director of Adolescent Counseling Specialists of Columbus, quite possibly the largest adolescent specialty practice in the state.  He is, in addition, an Adjunct Professor of Clinical Psychology at The Ohio State University, and on the medical staff of a large area hospital. Bill is a member of CHADD.

Valued for his practical wisdom, as well as his clinical experience, he has given workshops on adolescents and ADHD, both locally and internationally.  Bill has appeared on CNN and TV France 2.  His publications are numerous, including A Parent's Guide to Teenage Problems, A Teacher's Guide to Recognizing Psychological and Behavioral Problems of Students, and many professional articles.

Alan R. Graham, Ph.D

As a key therapist, coach, educator, author, and presenter, Alan R. Graham, Ph.D., has over two decades of experience helping thousands of ADHD children, adolescents, adults, and their families navigate life's challenges, and gain the tools they need to manage emotional issues.   Initially trained as a secondary and elementary school teacher, Dr. 
Graham furthered his education by obtaining his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at Northwestern University and completing his clinical training at the University of Illinois at Chicago and Illinois Masonic Medical Center in Chicago. 

Dr. Graham h as earned the designation of Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the International Coaching Federation and has been a discussion leader and a Certified Graduate of the Authentic Happiness Coaching Program. He is also a Master Certified AD/HD Coach (MCAC)

Dr. Graham's experience has included working with children and adolescents in therapeutic day schools, inpatient, and outpatient settings.  He serves on the board of the Professional Association of ADHD Coaches (PAAC) and the Professional Advisory Board for the Chicago CHADD chapter.   

Recognized for his work by peers and clients alike, Dr. Graham presents and writes on psychological health, ADHD, child and family, and positive psychology issues throughout the United States.  He has co-authored a book: Lemonade: A Leader's Guide to Resilience at Work with Karlin Sloan and Kevin Cuthbert. He is married and has three adult children.

Harvey C. Parker, Ph.D.

Harvey C. Parker, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in Plantation, Florida. He is a co-founder of CHADD and served as CHADD's National Executive Director for four years. In practice for more than 20 years, Dr. Parker has developed a special interest in working with children with AD/HD and their parents. He draws upon his experiences as a former teacher and psychologist to apply educational and behavioral principles to the treatment of AD/HD in children. He has authored numerous books, articles and chapters on the subject.