2018 ADHD Women's Palooza, Online Conference for Women with ADHD with Linda Roggli

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Life-Changing Week!

Yes, ADHD IS different for women, so we’ve invited 33 of the world’s top ADHD experts to talk specifically about women’s issues. It’s truly a cream-of-the-crop lineup of experts including Sari Solden, Ned Hallowell, Kathleen Nadeau, Ellen Littman, Thomas E. Brown, Stephen Hinshaw, Roberto Olivardia, Rick Green, and many more… Register below or CLICK THIS LINK.

We've started, but it's not too late. Register and start watching the ADHD Women's Palooza now.


That was one of the most incredible talks I've heard... it brought me to tears. I'm 49 years old, and discovered my ADHD 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. I can't thank you enough!

Carla, 2016 Palooza Participant

As a stay-at-home mom with three little ones, I appreciate having this information delivered right to my computer.

Lisa, 2017 Palooza

I have learned more from the previous Paloozas than I have anywhere else, either on the Internet or from doctors!

Beth, 2016 & 2017 Palooza Participant

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! Yeah! 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


Because ADHD Women Are Overdue For Some Special Treatment

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!

Free Yourself

Most ADHD women suffer in isolation. They hide behind a mask that helps them pass for “normal.” In some situations. On some days. For a little while. You are not the only one who feels the shame and guilt of missing the mark.

Find Understanding

ADHD women need resources from those who truly understand their challenges. Learn from professionals who have researched, written about, and listened to personal stories like ours. Steep in their expertise, soak up their wisdom.

Make Connections

ADHD women need each other. We need a place to connect with others who share some of our story; where we can talk and ask the difficult questions without fear, and remove the mask that too often is our facade.

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


Register Now to Claim Your Spot
  • PINK Ticket Affair (Includes Encore)

  • $147

  • Live access to 33 Palooza sessions
  • Replay Access for 24 Hours
  • Downloads (audio + video) of all sessions
  • Special bonus gifts from Palooza experts
  • Live access to Saturday's Pink Ticket event
  • Break-out rooms for private connection
  • Talk to other ADHD Women LIVE
  • 30 days of inspiration from Palooza experts in your email InBox
  • ENCORE Package (Recordings + Bonus)

  • $97

  • Live access to 33 Palooza sessions
  • Replay Access for 24 Hours
  • Downloads (audio + video) of all sessions
  • Special bonus gifts from Palooza experts
  • Pink Ticket holders only
  • Pink Ticket holders only
  • Pink Ticket holders only
  • Pink Ticket holders only
  • FREE Access During Palooza Week

  • $0

  • Live access to all 33 Palooza sessions
  • Replay Access for 24 Hours
  • ENCORE Package only
  • ENCORE Package only
  • Pink Ticket holders only
  • Pink ticket holders only
  • Pink ticket holders only
  • Pink ticket holders only


Women's ADHD Legends and Luminaries



Melissa Orlov

Melissa Orlov
Top Issues Couples Face When One of You Has ADHD


10 am EST

Mark Bertin, M.D.

Mark Bertin, M.D.
60-Second Meditations for Distractible ADHD Women

12 pm EST

Sandra Kooij , M.D., Ph.D., PsyQ
Estrogen, Mood, Sleep, and ADHD


1 pm EST

David Giwerc, MCC

David Giwerc, MCC, PCC
Human Integrity: What You Do MUST be Aligned with WHO You Are

4 pm EST

Ellen Littman, Ph.D.
How Smart ADHD Women Give the Illusion of Success Every Day

9 pm EST

Stephen Hinshaw, Ph.D.
The Social Stigma of Mental Health… and of ADHD

8 pm EST


Kim Kensington, Psy.D.
ADHD For One: Thriving with ADHD When You Live Alone

10 am EST

Stephanie Sarkis, Ph.D.

Stephanie Sarkis, Ph.D.
Alternative ADHD Treatments That Work (and Those That Don’t)

11 am EST

Eric TIvers

Eric Tivers, LCSW, MMSW
Perfectionism — Sworn Enemy of Getting Things Done

12 pm EST

Edward Hallowell, M.D.
How Can You Tell If Your ADHD Meds are Working?

1 pm EST

Pink Ticket Affair
Live Event with Linda Roggli

2:00-5:00 pm EST




(Click each speaker name for details.)

Linda Roggli, PCC

Linda Roggli, PCC
Survey Says: The Truth about ADHD Women

Laurie Dupar

Laurie Dupar, PMHNP
ADHD Tipping Points for Women

Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D.

Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D.
The ADHD-Depression Connection

Anthony Rostain, M.D.

Anthony Rostain, M.D., M.A.
Women, Emotions and ADHD

Sari Solden, M.S., LMFT
Inquiring ADHD Minds: Q&A with Sari!


Nikki Kinzer, PCC
Creating a Routine That Works for You

Elaine Taylor-Klaus

Elaine Taylor-Klaus, CPCC
Is It ADHD, Anxiety, or Both?

Kari Miller, Ph.D.
Strategies to Remember

Tara McGuillicuddy

Tara McGillicuddy, SCAC
The Empath Connection in Women with ADHD

William Dodson, M.D.

William Dodson, M.D.
Shame and Fear of Rejection — Regain Control

Ari Tuckman, PsyD, MBA
I May Not Be Sorry: When You Shouldn’t Apologize

Alan Brown

Alan Brown
Proven Ways to BEAT the Overwhelm

Terry Matlen, ACSW

Terry Matlen, ACSW
Scratchy, Loud, Bright, Tight: Sensory Overload & ADHD

Linda Walker, PCC

Linda Walker, PCC
Master the Productivity Pyramid & Improve Performance

Alan R. Graham, Ph.D., PCC, MCAC
The Guide to ADHD Coaching: Who, What, and How

Kathleen Nadeau, Ph.D.
Still Distracted After All These Years – ADHD Women Over 60

Thomas E. Brown, Ph.D.
Treating Midlife Onset of ADHD

Wilma Fellman, M.Ed., LPC
Starting Over – ADHD Career Advice for Second Life Journeys

Casey Dixon, PCC, BCC, SCAC, M.S.Ed.
Put the Sparkle Back in Your Attention with Micro-Changes

Rudy Rodriguez, LCSW
Letting Go of Anger and Taking Charge of Your Emotions

Jeremy Didier, PCAC, ACC
Pump Up the Dopamine: How Addiction Medicates Your ADHD

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

Jeff Copper, MBA, PCC
Coach Yourself to Sleep the ADHD Way

Rick Green

Rick Green
Danger! Knowing Everything Changes Nothing


Why Linda Created the ADHD Women's Palooza

“Terry Matlen and I created the Palooza in 2016 to bring top quality information about ADHD to women world-wide. The best way to do that was online.

Today, we have thousands of women join us to learn, laugh, be inspired and perhaps change their lives because of this amazing information.”

 – Linda Roggli

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