Tuesday Morning Session at 11:00am

Starting 31st January 2022

This evidence-based programme is specifically adapted for adults with ADHD. The course focuses on learning skills that have been proven to help with specific challenges associated with ADHD. The aim of the course is to collaboratively implement effective and practical coping strategies. In addition to learning skills, participants will learn to modify thoughts and beliefs that may be impeding them in everyday life. The course may be part of a multi-modal approach, unique to each participant’s specific challenges.

The core symptoms of ADHD that many experience difficulties with such as executive functioning skills, planning, organization of thoughts, task initiation and completion, impulsivity and emotional regulation can impact many areas of life such as work, school,  home life, parenting and relationships.

Course Overview

The 8-week course aims to illustrate to participants that positive change is possible and that understanding your own ADHD is key in developing coping skills. Participants may gain confidence by seeing results and applying their learning to other areas in their life affected by ADHD.

Psychoeducation on the subject is necessary for each participant to see positive results and equally how ADHD impacts their life are key components of the course. Group discussions and practice assignments enable participants to promote change and implement strategies useful in day-to-day life situations leading to improved daily functioning and wellbeing.

“I found that your CBT sessions quite literally changed my life because they changed my thoughts. I can never express how vital this discovery was to me, I am so glad that our paths crossed and am very grateful to you Jane 🙏🙏🙏”

Nicola McKenna wa Nikki Weston
Writer of ‘Safe Hands – Recover Your Well-Being Through Creativity and Play’

What we cover

  • An understanding of their ADHD and identifying how it uniquely affects them.
  • Learn to modify behaviours and learn coping strategies to improve day-to-day functioning.
  • Address procrastination, time management and other common difficulties and learn the skills to manage time, prioritising and planning tasks making them more manageable
  • How to set up and maintain an organisational system unique to each individual
  • How to overcome and identify self-defeating thoughts, emotions and expectations of failure as a result of previous setbacks that can interfere with the implementation of effective coping strategies
  • Noticing behavioural patterns that interfere with the strategies and learning proactive steps to adapt and change the outcome
  • Gain an understanding that how we feel is not always how the world is and how this affects our behaviour and the view we have of ourselves