GET ENCORE! You may have missed the 2019 Women’s Palooza live event… but you didn’t miss out. Get all 30 sessions and more.
An extraordinary week of insight and answers exclusively for ADHD women, presented by more than 30 ADHD Legends and Luminaries every year. There’s no other event like this one!
More than 50 ADHD experts weigh in on topics such as:
- Women’s Hormones and ADHD
- Coping Strategies for Living Well with ADHD
- ADHD Treatment
- Co-Existing Conditions: Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar
- Managing ADHD on the Job
- Planning and Organization
- Relationships: Friendships and Significant Others
- Emotional Intensity and Control
- Managing ADHD Symptoms
- ADHD Coaching
- So much more…
DON'T MISS THESE SPECTACULAR EXPERT SESSIONS
WHY THE PALOOZA?
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!
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.
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.
Why the ADHD Women’s Palooza?
Because we’re overdue for some special treatment, that’s why.
Snuggle in and savor the experience.
A MESSAGE FROM YOUR HOST
“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