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Letting Go of Anger and Taking Charge of Your Emotions

with Rudy Rodriguez, LCSW

Emotions are an important aspect of ADHD that were removed from the Diagnostic Statistical Manual in 1968. In fact, Russell Barkley, PhD., has said that, “It is essential that emotion be part of the way we think of individuals with ADHD”. This program will introduce you to a simple yet powerful strategy for understanding and taking charge of your emotions of anger and irritability, reducing your stress levels and improving your relationships. This is one of the most powerful tools in my coaching tool box that has proven life changing for several of my clients over the years.

$13.00

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Emotions are an important aspect of ADHD that were removed from the Diagnostic Statistical Manual in 1968. In fact, Russell Barkley, PhD., has said that, “It is essential that emotion be part of the way we think of individuals with ADHD”. This program will introduce you to a simple yet powerful strategy for understanding and taking charge of your emotions of anger and irritability, reducing your stress levels and improving your relationships. This is one of the most powerful tools in my coaching tool box that has proven life changing for several of my clients over the years.

 

About Rudy Rodriguez, LCSW

CoachRudy Rodriguez, founder of the ADHD Center for Success and specializes in Mindset & Strategy ADHD Coaching. CoachRudy has worked with ADHD clients since 1981 and was personally diagnosed with ADHD in 1993. CoachRudy blends years of clinical knowledge, ADHD expertise, coaching skills and personal life experience as an adult living with ADHD to help his clients lead productive healthy lives. 

CoachRudy provides specialized services including individual and group coaching to adults who are challenged issues of ADHD, Executive Function, time and organizational management. He also presents workshops, webinars and seminars for professionals and the general ADHD population.

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