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ADHD Awareness: 7 Keys to Unlocking Your ADHD Potential

ADHD Awareness Handout – .docx
ADHD Awareness Handout pdf – .pdf

ADHD Awareness Month Webinar 1 thOctober is ADHD Awareness Month.

During this special month, PsychCentral.com webinar host Zoë Kessler takes the hot seat during two special webinars you won’t want to miss.

ADHD manifests differently in each of us. Learning about YOUR ADHD is key to your health, success, and happiness. Knowledge is power, and during these powerful ADHD Awareness Month webinars, you’ll:

  • Learn the 7 key areas for ADHD success
  • Review the basics of ADHD in adults, and how it’s different in women
  • Discover where ADHD trips YOU up
  • Identify and maximize your unique ADHD Superpowers
  • Practice helpful techniques and find out what works for YOU
  • Regroup at the end of the month to share your newfound ADHD Awareness!
  • Connect with like-minded people to share tips and strategies to unlock your ADHD potential

Download the handouts with tips and strategies from our first session here:

ADHD Awareness Handout – .docx
ADHD Awareness Handout pdf – .pdf

Did you miss the first session? View the video replay here:

ADHD Awareness: 7 Keys to Unlocking Your ADHD Potential

In our second session, we regroup to see what worked and share more ideas about ADHD Awareness.

Zoë Kessler is a bestselling author, blogger, and speaker specializing in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in women. Having ADHD herself, Zoë’s been described as “Pippi Longstocking all grown up.”

Zoë blogs for Psych Central and The Huffington Post. Her latest book is ADHD According to Zoë – The Real Deal on Relationships, Finding Your Focus & Finding Your Keys (New Harbinger Publications).

She’s presented webinars and talks for TotallyADD, ADHDSupportTalk, AttentionTalkRadio.com, The Conference Board of Canada, The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario, and many more.

Praise for ADHD According to Zoë

ADHD According to ZoëJust a few samples of what they’re saying about ADHD According to Zoë:

from Media:

Book Review: ADHD According to Zoë by Kay Marner
Psych Central

Shelf Esteem by Carter Hammett
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Local author writes the ABCs of ADHD by Tracey Richardson
The Sun Times

from Readers:

ADHD According to Zoë kept me spellbound from the first page to the last. …Think Pippi Longstocking all grown up! …I’ll be recommending this one to my clients!”

– Terry Matlen, MSW, ACSW, author of Survival Tips for Women with ADHD
Read the full review HERE.

“This book caused memories of my own to resurface, forcing me to look at my past….and so many things made sense suddenly! I was diagnosed two years ago, at the age of 35…but that diagnosis really hasn’t meant anything to me until I read this book!

Today, I move forward. Today I begin the process of truly understanding who I am, why I am that way and what I can do about helping myself. Today is a brand new day.”

– Shannon
Read the full review HERE.

“Thank you so much for writing your book ADHD According to Zoe. It was the first book I found written especially for women with ADHD. As a 21 year old woman who just recently got diagnosed, it provided me with so much comfort to hear about someone who went through similar struggles.

Thank you again for being an inspiration!”

“Zoe has a relatable voice that is easy to read and makes you smile. It felt like I was getting drinks with her at the local dive bar and she was giving me tips on how to deal with my lack of focus.”

– Sassy Peach, Book Blogger
Read the full review HERE.

“Zoe had [sic] created a fascinating personal account of her life with Attention Deficit Disorder and how she has struggled to find happiness in a very chaotic and out of control life.”

– Nina Harrington
Read the full review HERE

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