Get away from the disordered eating patterns
so common among people with ADHD.
Still Distracted After All These Years
February 21st – Tuesday, April 11th – 12:30 PM – 1:45 PM
$100 per session, billed as coaching
Most older retired adults must find ways to transition from the daily structure imposed by job and family to a more open, flexible, and self-motivated lifestyle. For older adults with a history of ADHD, this transition can be especially challenging. Together, group members will determine the topics to be discussed in each session.
This eight-week group will help group members to:
- Identify how ADHD and the aging process are currently affecting each person individually;
- Develop individual goals and strategies to increase satisfaction, meaning, and health during the later years.
- Share experience and receive compassionate support from other group members who have similar challenges.
- Participants will receive a free copy of Chesapeake founder Kathleen Nadeau’s recent book, “Still Distracted After All These Years” which will provide the basis for many of the strategies to be discussed.
Susan Van Ost, PhD
Susan Van Ost’s, PhD has worked with children, adolescents, adults, and families for over 35 years. Her wide-ranging experience includes the provision of clinical training to professionals at both the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS), the armed forces medical school, and at The Jewish Social Service Agency (JSSA). She was also a contract senior child psychologist at USUHS. Ms. Van Ost has served as clinical supervisor, neuropsychologist, consultant and psychotherapist over the course of her career.