Live Webinar on March 22: “I Didn’t Mean It!” How ADHD Affects Communication — and Strategies to Improve It


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ADHD is greater than an attention disorder. ADHD affects a broader cognitive talent set called executive functions. Executive purposes act as the mind manager, coordinating, making plans, and executing everything from house schedules and organization to well being routines to school assignments to communication in relationships. ADHD can undermine all of this — creating tension in day by day routines, straining relationships, and leading to deficient well being outcomes.

One of essentially the most under-discussed facets of (*22*) is its impact on communication — with children, spouses, coworkers, and pals. In this webinar, we’re evaluate the impact of ADHD and government function challenges on communication, as well as sensible solutions for communicating with more ease — and clarity and much less reactivity.

In this webinar you are going to be told how

  • Executive function challenges and ADHD symptoms without delay affect communication
  • ADHD and communication shortcomings affect lecture room studying, behavioral plans, and relationships
  • Emotional reactivity related to ADHD can damage relationships
  • Effective communication techniques can lend a hand overcome ADHD’s uncomfortable side effects on day by day dwelling


Have a question for our expert? There will be an opportunity to publish questions for the presenter all over the live webinar.

Meet the Expert Speaker:

Dr. Mark Bertin is a developmental pediatrician and creator of How Children Thrive, Mindful Parenting for ADHD (#CommissionsEarned), Mindfulness and Self-Compassion for Teen ADHD (#CommissionsEarned) and The Family ADHD Solution(#CommissionsEarned), which combine mindfulness into the remainder pediatric care. He is a contributing writer for the ebook Teaching Mindfulness Skills to Kids and Teens (#CommissionsEarned). Dr. Bertin is on college at New York Medical College and the Windward Teacher Training Institute, and on the advisory forums for the American Professional Society of ADHD and Related Disorders, Common Sense Media, and Reach Out and Read. His blog is available via, Psychology Today, and elsewhere.  For additional information, please seek advice from his web page at

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