ADHD and Marriage Workshop on October 30, 2021 - $60
This workshop for couples is designed to strengthen your partnership by understanding the ADHD difference, how it affects both partners, and how you can help each other live skillfully with it. The most effective partners embrace the realities of ADHD, substitute productive habits for destructive ones, accept normal discomfort in conflicts, respect the other partner, and share responsibility for the partnership.
Presented by Terry Huff, LCSW
Author of Living Well with ADHD
You are invited to participate in this interactive workshop,
live on Zoom in the comfort of your home.
Saturday, October 30, 2021
8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
$60 per couple
Registration Deadline is Wednesday, October 27
To register use this link to PayPal
(You do not need a PayPal account to register
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Thanks for visiting terrymhuff.com and for following my blog. Please note that I am no longer providing psychotherapy services but will continue offering support group, blog, workshops and presentations. ADDNashville will resume live meetings July 19 at Brentwood United Methodist Church. We will continue accommodating individuals participating online from other parts of the country. Email notifications will include the Zoom link as before.
The workshop for couples living with ADHD scheduled for April 25th will be rescheduled soon and will be provided online by video conferencing.
Anyone interested can leave a voice message at 615-627-4191, or an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org
Living Well with ADHD
"Not since Dr. Edward Hallowell and Dr. John Ratey’s ‘Distraction’ series have I read such an empowering book on ADHD, and I’m excited about it! Living Well with ADHD is upbeat and informative.
~ Melissa Orlov, marriage consultant to couples impacted by ADHD and award-winning author (www.ADHDmarriage.com)
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