ADHD: Energetic Blocks, Organizing, and Anxiety

What do these 3 things have in common?

These are some of the topics being discussed on the first day of the Succeed with ADHD Telesummit!

This is  free five-day virtual event that you can access from anywhere in the world! Each day at 7 am Pacific during the week of the telesummit they will send you an email. The email will have the links to five of the 30 minute expert segments featured that day. Each audio features one of their guest presenters and their unique topic.

Here’s the line up for Day 1 – July 23rd: 

Understand and Clear ADHD Energetic Blocks – If you have tried all the different tips and strategies from leading ADHD experts and you are still feeling stuck, you may have energetic blocks. Energetic blocks may contribute to being stuck and get in the way of moving forward. During this talk Tara McGillicuddy will discuss the concept of energetic blocks and how they relate to ADHD. She will also discuss the types of things which may be contributing to and increasing energetic blockages. She will also look at why people with ADHD may be more prone to energetic blocks than people with out ADHD. Finally she will talk about ways to prevent energetic blocks and ways to remove and clear energetic blocks.

Dear ADHD Organizing Coach – ADDItude Magazine’s Dear Organizing Coach, Leslie Josel will answer the most common questions she receives from her weekly column. Everything from paper clutter to disaster-zone bedrooms and from mastering to-do lists to arriving places on time. Parents, students, families, Leslie has the real answers to your most pressing questions.  Tune in for these tried and tested solutions!

 

 

When Worrying Takes Over: How You Can Overcome Anxiety and Live More Confidently – Living in a world that’s increasingly unpredictable, people are more anxious than ever before. For kids and adults with ADHD, worry and fear can increase their agitation, distractedness and impulsivity and make things seems worse than they are. Dr. Sharon Saline, author of What your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew: Working Together to Empower Kids in School and Life, discusses how anxiety works and what you can do differently to reduce your worries.

After reviewing the physiology and psychology of anxiety, Dr. Saline will show you how to change your relationship to worry and avoid the pitfalls of negative thinking. Instead of avoidance, rationalization or reassurance, you will learn techniques for separating the person from the anxiety, talking to the worry itself and creating effective responses to ‘what ifs’. Dr. Saline also explores issues such as insomnia, social concerns and work/school performance and share examples from kids and adults with ADHD who also struggle with anxiety. She offers tools for teaching both adults and kids how to realistically evaluate situations, tolerate uncertainty and calm down. With these skills in hand, people move forward with more confidence and much less worry.

You, Your Child, and Their Teacher – How to Help Everyone Get Along – The school year hasn’t even started yet and already you may be anticipating how your child’s teacher is going to get along with your child. Will they understand your child? Will they be supportive? Will they be open to hearing your concerns and input? What do they know about ADHD and Executive Function? And if you are a teacher, you may be wondering how can you best collaborate with the families landing in your classroom this fall and have a positive interaction even when the parents are under so much stress and have so many concerns.  As both a Parent Coach and a Teacher trainer, Cindy Goldrich has a unique perspective on how you can bridge what sometimes feels like a great divide and start the school year off with success.

Understanding the Relationship Between ADHD and the Gut Microbiome –  Just about everywhere you turn, there are studies and discussion about the importance of gut health and its effects on physiological and mental fitness. In his presentation, Dr. James Greenblatt describes the relationship between gut bacteria and behavioral disorders in young children. He shares new research and scientific literature, as well as thirty years of clinical experience and explains how to test for dysbiosis, abnormal bacteria in the gut, as well as guidelines for recommended treatment.

 

 

 

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