Adult ADHD and Relationships

Psychologist Cheryl Becker joins us for our January Adult ADHD Support Group Meeting. Cheryl will talk about research on common features of ADHD in a marriage/partnership, both strengths and weaknesses; and some common Hot Spots and tips to manage:

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  • Chores and the division of labour in the home
  • Strong emotions and conflict
  • Impulsivity and its impacts (e.g., finances, decision making)
  • Parenting
  • Connection and Intimacy

Favorite The AAGE is pleased to offer a new group meeting for young adults with ADHD.

This monthly meeting is a facilitated round-table discussion specifically for young adults with ADHD. We talk about our experiences and share both concerns and helpful ideas for managing this time of life.Topics can include dating and relationships, choosing a career, starting post-secondary education, medication, and other issues brought to the group. This is an inclusive meeting, offering a safe space for helpful conversations. 

Our first meeting will take place at 7:00 p.m. on January 16, 2019

Classroom B (2K1.03)
Walter Mackenzie Centre, University of Alberta Hospital

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New Program: Training in Core Social Skills

Edmonton psychologist Corinne Eckert offers regular Training in Core Social Skills programs throughout the year. To meet demand, the group has added a new program called the 1-1 Social Coaching Program. Based on their Training in Core Social Skills program, children/teens will … Continue reading