Fall 2022 Groups – Enrolling Now
How to be a Proactive Parent
This 8-session virtual program is for parents of elementary school children (ages 5-11). At the end of this training, parents will walk away with a deeper understanding of how their unique child works and greater confidence in handling challenging moments calmly and effectively.
Organized, Thriving and Awesome!
This is a 10-session, in-person program designed for elementary school girls. It addresses several ADHD topics including cognitive, emotional, social, and behavioral functioning while also promoting self-confidence and awareness. The girls will learn effective, easy to use skills to manage their challenges and invest in their strengths in all settings of their lives.
Life skills & Strategies for Adults with ADHD –
The Chesapeake Center for ADHD has developed an 8-session program Life Management Skills Group designed to help adults with ADHD improve their executive functioning. During these 75-minute sessions, you will learn how to implement strategies and apply practical tools in your daily life to cope.
Women’s Coaching Group
Our ADHD Women’s Coaching Group is designed to give women with ADHD a space where they will feel supported, included, and understood by other women with ADHD, while learning strategies to reduce overwhelm and daily chaos, increasing self-understanding, improving daily self-care, and learning to set reasonable expectations for themselves.
Stop Losing the Food Fight
Stop Losing the Food Fight is a group that will offer an ADHD-friendly approach to developing healthier eating habits and get away from the disordered eating patterns so common among people with ADHD.
Tech Group/Video Game Addiction Group:
This ten-week program has been designed to help your child develop insight and understanding of their addictive behaviors. In a group setting with other adolescents who share similar struggles, they will learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of gaming & internet addiction, while continually building an inventory of skills that will help serve through life.
College Survival Skills for Students with ADHD
Does your college student with ADHD struggle with anxiety, stress, and difficulty keeping up with academic demands? Our College Survival Group offers a combination of support and information to help struggling college students with ADHD to better navigate the social and academic environment of college in a safe and supportive environment.
Middle School Social Skills Workshop
A 12-session program that will help your child build a healthy foundation of social skills. The story we often see is that a child is social early on, but as the social complexities of life occur, parents start to see their child struggle to make and keep friendships. Children may isolate, try “too hard” to make friends or lack initiative in starting conversations.