Is it You, Me, Or Adult ADHD?- Couples Workshop Offering 5 Practical Tools

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Is it You, Me, Or Adult ADHD?- Couples Workshop Offering 5 Practical Tools

This couples workshop is designed for couples where ADHD is present or suspected and may be causing some riffs. 5 practical tools are given.

By Dr. Denise Grundland, Psychologist/CEO/Speaker

When and where

Date and time

Tuesday, March 28 · 7 - 8:30pm PDT



Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Dr. Denise Grundland, an expert in ADHD treatment and Marital Therapy, uses her evidence based knowledge to take you on a journey to learn about the ins and outs of ADHD, how it feels to be the partner with ADHD, how it feels to be the neurotypical partner, and how to identify if or how ADHD may be the real reason you are arguing sometimes. Then 5 practical strategies are taught so you have something to to about it. Finally, there is a Q & A portion at the end. This workshop has been well received by many and is even helpful if you come as a single person, know someone who has ADHD in your family, or are parenting a child with ADHD who will eventually date and may benefit from this knowledge base.

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About the organizer

Dr. Denise Grundland, Psy.D. is a licensed Clinical Psychologist providing professional therapeutic services in both English and Spanish to children, adults, couples and families. Dr. Grundland utilizes strength-based, collaborative and empirically-supported methods grounded in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques and the BioPsychoSocial Model. Her bubbly personality and her vast knowledge are a great combination for giving psychoeducational talks, lectures, presentations, and couples workshops. Dr. Grundland has a specialty in working with couples (pre-marital and during marriage), adult individuals with ADHD, surrogacy-expecting parents/intended parents couples, and diversity/multiculturalism related therapy.