Free Live Webinar: Empowering Strategies for Nurturing Positivity During the COVID Crisis


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ADDitude is offering a free live webinar on April 20, 2020, at 1 pm ET, Anxious? Overwhelmed? Worried? Empowering Strategies for Nurturing Positivity During the COVID Crisis.

Although geared toward people and families with ADHD, guests from all backgrounds will find tips and strategies on how to nurture positivity during this trying time. In this webinar, the host, Dr. Edward (Ned) Hallowell (a child and adult psychiatrist, as well as a leading authority in the field of ADHD), you will help you learn:

• Why people with ADHD are particularly adept at dealing with crises, like the COVID-19 pandemic.
• Why people with ADHD are at particular risk during the pandemic.
• How to regulate out-of-control emotions, including anger, sadness, and fear.
• How to short-circuit the default mode network that causes ADHD brains to ruminate about an uncertain future.
• How families can seek out the positives and minimize the negatives of these challenging times.
• Ways to avoid loneliness and encourage social interaction.
• Hallowell’s personal strategies for managing fears about this crisis.

Sign-up and you will also receive the free webinar replay link.

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