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ADHD for Parents: Symptoms, Superpowers, Self-Image, and Support

This talk provides a meaningful and relatable perspective on ADHD, including symptom definitions and reframes, as well as an introduction into the neuroscience behind executive functioning. Dr. Adams will share a historical perspective on ADHD and important details about the biology of this aspect of neurodiversity, including how the brain focuses and how hormones play a role. Dr. Adams will also discuss the superpowers that can come along with ADHD, how living with ADHD can affect one’s self-image, and give valuable guidance for support.

Audience:

Parents of children and adolescents with ADHD

Date:

July 19, 2024 (10:00am - 12:00pm CT)

Location:

Zoom

Presenter Bio:

Dr. Liz Adams is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist, and owner of Minnesota Neuropsychology, a private practice in St. Paul. She has been practicing neuropsychology for 16 years. Prior to starting her practice, she completed a PhD at Fuller Graduate School in Los Angeles, including clinical training at UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric Institute. She completed a 1- year residency in neuropsychology at Rush University Medical Center and a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Dr. Adams is passionate about finding new ways to think creatively about neurodiversity, and communicating complex topics in a clear way. Dr. Adams hosts her presentations in a comfortable and approachable manner, and participants walk away with new insights and do-able next steps.

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