Live Webinar on February 17: Build Your ADHD Emotional Resilience: Strategies for Adults Who Feel Things Deeply

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Sometimes, adults with ADHD react with intense emotion when things don’t move in line with expectancies. Even minor frustrations and interruptions could cause us to overreact with an outburst or meltdown, making it laborious to finish tasks and maintain relationships. What occurs then? How can we rebound and get well? How do we return to and end the task we started? How will we repair the wear and tear to our relationships?

We can’t all the time stop intense emotions from spilling over, but we will learn how to reduce the damage they motive to others and ourselves. Adults with ADHD can learn to calm their runaway emotions and to find tactics to express their emotions in a healthy method. In this webinar, individuals will discover ways to “soar back” from emotional outbursts, acquire insights about their emotional dysregulation, and expand emotionally healthy responses someday.

In addition, members will be told

  • Techniques for monitoring emotions
  • A two-part solution to free up emotions effectively and repair a way of wellbeing
  • Ways to express “giant” ADHD feelings in a healthy way
  • How to fix non-public and professional relationships damaged through emotional outbursts
  • Proven strategies for working towards emotional resilience

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Meet the Expert Speaker:

Tamara Rosier, Ph.D., is the founding father of the ADHD Center of West Michigan, the place she and her workforce paintings with people with ADHD (and their families) to learn strategies and develop new talents to live effectively with ADHD. Dr. Rosier is also the president of the (*17*) (ACO). Her e book, Your Brain’s Not Broken (#CommissionsEarned), discusses strategies for managing the emotional facets of ADHD.

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Webinar Sponsor

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Certificate of Attendance: For data on how to acquire the certificates of attendance possibility (price $10), sign in for the webinar, then look for directions within the e mail you’ll obtain one hour after it ends. The certificates of attendance link may also be available right here, on the webinar replay page, several hours after the live webinar. ADDitude does now not be offering CEU credits.

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