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lollapalooza, lol·la·pa·loo·za, noun: a person, event or thing that is particularly impressive or extraordinary.

ADHD Women’s Palooza. noun: an extraordinary week of insight and answers exclusively for ADHD women presented by 36 ADHD Legends and Luminaries, such as Ned Hallowell, Sari Solden, Russell Barkley, Thomas E. Brown, Stephen Hinshaw, Ellen Littman, Daniel Amen, John Ratey, Ari Tuckman, and many more…


The Palooza Starts Soon, February 6-10, 2017

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Twenty years ago, ADD, as it was then known, was rarely diagnosed in girls and women. Gradually, the medical and psychology communities recognized that symptoms of ADHD are different for females. Diagnosis and treatment opened doors for women. A collective sigh of relief could be heard from women who once thought they were either lazy, depressed, or even a bit crazy. It was just ADD!


Why the ADHD Women’s Palooza? Because we’re overdue for some special treatment, that’s why.
Snuggle in and savor the experience.

I can't thank you enough! That was one of the most incredible talks I've heard... it brought me to tears. I'm 49 years old, and discovered I've had ADHD my whole life after getting information about ADHD for my son. I feel I'm on this self-discovery journey and everything I'm hearing in this Palooza has been invaluable.

Carla, 2016 Palooza Participant


Women's ADHD Legends and Luminaries

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Edward Hallowell, M.D.
Why is ADHD Commonly Mis- or Under-Diagnosed in Women, and How to Rise Above the “Dysfunction” and Soar


Sari Solden
Courage and Connection: Using Your Successful Coping Strategies to Confront Life’s Biggest Challenges

Russell A. Barkley, Ph.D.
When an Adult You Love Has ADHD: A Professional Guide for Parents, Siblings and Partners

Ellen Littman, Ph.D.
Why Women with ADHD are So Likely to Feel Depressed

Thomas E. Brown, Ph.D.
Emotion and ADHD

Daniel Amen, M.D.
Seven Types of ADHD for Women

John Ratey, M.D.
The Power of Exercise for ADHD Women

William Dodson, M.D.
Beyond ADHD Medications 101

Stephen Hinshaw, Ph.D.
Women with ADHD: Big-Picture Issues

Gabor Maté, M.D.
ADDictions and ADHD

Ari Tuckman, Psy.D., M.B.A.
Balancing the ADHD Female Life — Creating a Treatment and Life Plan that Works


Stephanie Sarkis, Ph.D.

Stephanie Sarkis, Ph.D.
How, When, and Where to get a Solid ADHD Diagnosis (for Women)

Barbara Luther, MA, MCC, MCAC

Barbara Luther, MA, MCC, MCAC
Inattentive ADHD Women, Part Two


Michelle Frank, Psy.D.
Letting Go of the Legacy of Shame as an ADHD Woman

Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D.

Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D.
ADHD and Bipolar Disorder in Women


J. Russell Ramsay, Ph.D.

J. Russell Ramsay, Ph.D.
High Anxiety: How to Calm the Anxious ADHD Female Brain

Tara McGuillicuddy

Tara McGillicuddy
Combat Negativity and Thrive with ADHD

Rick Green

Rick Green
Procrastination Strategies for Women with ADHD

Mark Bertin, M.D.

Mark Bertin, M.D.
Communication and ADHD Women


Caroline Maguire
Why Does No One Like Me?


Linda Walker, PCC

Linda Walker, PCC
Top 5 Productivity Strategies and Why they are Wrong

Alan Brown

Alan Brown
Quiet Your Mind and Get More DONE!


Nikki Kinder
Organizing the ADHD Woman

David Giwerc, MCC

David Giwerc, MCC, BCC
Do I Need an ADHD Coach (and Why?)

Eric TIvers

Eric Tivers, LCSW, MMSW
Apps that Really Work for ADHD Women



Evelyn Green
The Minority Report — ADHD Women of Color


Amanda Pasciucco
ADHD, LGBTQ and Alternative Lifestyles

Linda Roggli, PCC

Linda Roggli, PCC
I have WHAT? Later Life ADHD Diagnosis

Jeff Copper, MBA, PCC, PCAC, CPCC, ACG

Jeff Copper, MBA, PCC
Is Your Working Memory Working?

Melissa Orlov

Melissa Orlov
How to Have a Calmer, More Connected Relationship


Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Elaine Taylor-Klaus, CPCC
Special Challenges of Being an ADHD Mom

Terry Matlen, ACSW

Terry Matlen, ACSW
ADHD in the Kitchen


Jodi Sleeper-Triplett, MCC, SCAC
ADHD Women in the Classroom — The Challenges of Returning to School

Wilma Fellman, M.Ed., LPC
6 Steps ADHD-friendly Steps to Getting a Job and Keeping It

Laurie Dupar

Laurie Dupar, PMHNP
The Female ADHD Entrepreneur

I have enjoyed the Palooza talks! I can’t believe how much information was being shared. What a great idea and a service for those of us living with this gift. I signed up for Encore, too! Yea! Now I can revisit several speakers that really hit the target for me. Maybe even get my hubby to listen, too!

Shirley, 2016 Palooza Participant


Why Linda & Terry Created the ADHD Women's Palooza


“I wish there had been a Palooza back in the ‘dark ages’ when ADHD in women was barely understood or recognized. I was diagnosed in my early 40s, when there were only a couple of books on the topic of ADHD and just one on ‘women’ with ADHD. I could have used the information you are getting here at the Palooza back then, instead of feeling so lost and misunderstood. Because of my experience, I decided to do whatever I could to help other women with ADHD find hope, inspiration and understanding.”

— Terry Matlen


“Before my ADHD diagnosis, I apologized to everyone and everything (even desks and door jambs!). Today, I take care of my ADHD in my own unique way, supported by the thousands of (literally) like-minded women who share my diagnosis.  We need each other. And we need to know as much as possible about our ADHD. That’s why I am so proud of the stellar lineup of ADHD women’s experts who will join us in this year’s ADHD Women’s Palooza. And I’m excited about the interactive Pink Ticket event on Saturday which connects us in real time. I hope you enjoy the Palooza as much as we will…it is truly a labor of love.”

— Linda Roggli

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