Spring 2023 Life Skills & Strategies for Adults with ADHD
$100 per session
12:00 p.m, 75 minutes
Meets from February 23rd – April 13th
8 Participants Max – Post college,
working professionals. (28 +)
Virtual via ZOOM
Adult ADHD Life Skills:
The Chesapeake Center for ADHD has developed an 8-session program- ADHD Life Management Skills Group designed to help adults with ADHD improve their executive functioning. During these 75 minute sessions, you will learn strategies to manage your time, how to prioritize and remember your tasks each day, as well as healthy daily habits to be successful in your life.
- Creating the environment for success – adding structure and support
- Tiny Habits – Getting things done
- Procrastination and task initiation
- Planning, Prioritizing, and Time Management
- Sleep, Exercise, and Eating Healthy
- Addressing Negative Self-Talk and Perfectionism
This group is informal, interactive and filled with support and problem-solving. It’s a chance to connect with like minded people. You will practice specific strategies between sessions and problem-solve with your group to build daily life skills to feel more competent in these areas .
What is a Body Double Hour?
Do you have a lot of paperwork to get through? A bunch of emails to reply to? Those of us with ADHD struggle with starting tasks. Having a body double to sit down with you as you work increases motivation and helps hold you accountable for a given task.
Joy Stern, MA, CPCC, PCC
ADHD /Executive Function Coach
Ms. Stern has worked as an ADHD /Executive Function Coach at The Chesapeake Center in Bethesda since 2016. She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coaching Federation and has additional training in ADHD coaching. Her strong interest is in helping her clients to develop the organizational and daily life-management skills that can help them succeed in their daily lives. She helps her clients to understand their personal challenges and to develop strategies that work best for them. Through her work, her clients have improved self-confidence and greater self-awareness as they develop the skills they need to succeed.