February 24-29, 2020 — Reserve Your Spot Now!

SIGN ME UP!

Don’t Miss This
Life-changing Week!

Yes, ADHD IS different for women, so we’ve invited 30 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, Mary Solanto, Lisa Woodruff, Ari Tuckman, Stephanie Sarkis, Roberto Olivardia, Ellen Littman, Terry Matlen, Casey Dixon, Alan Brown, Laurie Dupar, and many more… CLICK THIS LINK to register for the online event.

EV

It was so nice to hear all these experts take my experiences as a woman with ADD seriously! Thanks for your excitement — I could feel it. You made the Palooza feel special and amazing, so I felt like I was really joining a conference, rather than just watching a bunch of interviews. I’m already looking forward to next year.

C

Great topics and variety! Linda and her team are a class act. We need strong leaders like her providing current information and support for the ADHD community, especially for women.

SHIRLEY

I have enjoyed the Palooza talks! I can’t believe how much information was being shared. What a great idea and 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!

WHY THE PALOOZA?

Because ADHD Women are Overdue For Some Special Treatment

Twenty-five 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 somewhat 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 ADHD!

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.

YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS SPECTACULAR ONLINE EVENT

Register Now to Claim Your Spot

FREE Access
During Palooza Week

$0

– Live access to 30 Palooza online sessions
– Replay Access for 24 Hours
– Downloads (audio + video +transcripts) of all sessions
– Special bonus gifts from Palooza experts
– Live access to Saturday’s Pink Ticket event w/ prizes
– Live Q&A with Linda & other experts
– Real time connection w/other ADHD women like you

REGISTER NOW

ENCORE Package
(Recordings, Transcripts++)

$97

– Live access to 30 Palooza online sessions
– Replay Access for 24 Hours
– Downloads (audio + video + transcripts) of all sessions
Special bonus gifts from Palooza experts
– Live access to Saturday’s Pink Ticket event w/ prizes
– Live Q&A with Linda & other experts
– Real time connection w/other ADHD women like you

PRE-ORDER NOW

PINK Ticket Affair
(Includes Encore)

$147

– Live access to 30 Palooza online sessions
– Replay Access for 24 Hours
– Downloads (audio + video + transcripts) of all sessions
Special bonus gifts from Palooza experts
– Live access to Saturday’s Pink Ticket event w/ prizes
– Live Q&A with Linda & other experts
– Real time connection w/other ADHD women like you

COUNT ME IN!
LUCIA

“I’m so grateful for the  Palooza — it has changed my life. It has given me self-acceptance. All the challenges of everyday life feel lighter, and each year I feel more and more well rounded. Through education we gain strength, empowerment and a voice of advocacy.”


OUR SPEAKERS

Women's ADHD World Renowned Experts

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH SPEAKERS

Linda Roggli, PCC  & Terry Matlen, ACSW
Five Years and 35,000 ADHD Women: Where are We Today?

Monday, 12 PM EST

> Click for Details

Jeff Copper, MBA, PCC, PCAC, CPCC, ACG
What Women Need to Know about Working Memory and ADHD

Monday, 1 PM EST

> Click for Details

Caroline Maguire, M.Ed., ACCG, PCC
ADHD Women and Friendship – Do You Share TMI (Too Much Information)?

Monday, 2 PM EST

> Click for Details

Rick Green
Disclosing ADHD — Who Should You Tell, When to Disclose, and What Should You Say

Monday, 7 PM EST

> Click for Details

Lidia Zylowska, M.D.
Mindfulness for ADHD Women

Monday, 8 PM EST

> Click for Details

Sari Solden, M.S., LMFT
Radical Acceptance Meets Executive Function: What I Know After More Than Thirty Years about Counseling Women With ADHD

Monday, 9 PM EST

> Click for Details

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH SPEAKERS


Laurie Dupar, PMHNP, RN, PCC, SCAC
8 Ways to Find the Right Job for You

Tuesday, 12 PM EST

> Click for Details

Lynn Miner-Rosen, M.Ed., ACC, CDCS
ADHD Women’s On-the-Job Strategies: Your Legal Rights

Tuesday, 1 PM EST

> Click for Details

Linda Walker, PCC, ACCG, B.Adm.
The Dangerous Crossroads of Passion, Entrepreneurship and ADHD in Women

Tuesday, 2 PM EST

> Click for Details

Barbara Luther
The ADHD Others-Over-Self Tendency — What It Is and How to Use It to Help Yourself

Tuesday, 7 PM EST

> Click for Details

Melissa Orlov
The “Just Right” Relationship

Tuesday, 8 PM EST

> Click for Details

Ari Tuckman, PsyD, CST
Sex Worth Paying Attention To

Tuesday, 9 PM EST

> Click for Details

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH SPEAKERS

Carolyn Parcells, M.D.
ADHD Medication for Women Across the Lifespan

Wednesday, 12 PM EST

> Click for Details

Mary V. Solanto, Ph.D.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for ADHD Women

Wednesday, 1 PM EST

> Click for Details

Elaine Taylor-Klaus, PCC
Be Your Own ADHD Coach: A Simple Model for Self Management

Wednesday, 2 PM EST

> Click for Details

Sarah Cheyette, MD
ADHD is Different at Home vs Work for ADHD Women

Wednesday, 7 PM EST

> Click for Details

Christine Villere, MS-c, BS, BCHHP, CMHN, CEHE, ACG
Functional Nutrition for ADHD Women

Wednesday, 8 PM EST

> Click for Details

Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D.
Understanding Suicide and Suicidal Ideation in Women with ADHD

Wednesday, 9 PM EST

> Click for Details

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH SPEAKERS

Casey Dixon, PCC, BCC, SCAC, M.S.Ed.
Going from Bad to Badass when you have ADHD

Thursday, 12 PM EST

> Click for Details

Alan R. Graham, Ph.D., PCC, MCAC
Connecting ADHD and Wellness

Thursday, 1 PM EST

> Click for Details

Lisa Woodruff
The Sunday Basket: Your Key to Organizing Your ToDo List and Paper Pile

Thursday, 2 PM EST

> Click for Details

Sharon Saline, PsyD
Women with GRIT

Thursday, 7 PM EST

> Click for Details

Stephanie Sarkis, Ph.D
ADHD Rage and Anger

Thursday, 8 PM EST

> Click for Details

Ellen Littman, Ph.D
Dealing with the Traumas of an ADHD Life

Thursday, 9 PM EST

> Click for Details

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH SPEAKERS

Tara McGillicuddy, SCAC
The ADHD Psychic Connection in Women with ADHD

Friday, 12 PM EST

> Click for Details

David Giwerc, MCAC, MCC, Founder/President, ADD Coach Academy, ADDCA
Coaching Women with ADHD to Focus on Thriving vs. Only Surviving

Friday, 1 PM EST

> Click for Details

René Brooks
Why Does Race Matter in The Discussion Around ADHD?

Friday, 2 PM EST

> Click for Details

Alan Brown
“Theming” Magic for ADHD Productivity

Friday, 7 PM EST

> Click for Details

Sherri Cannon, ACCG, PCC
Translating the Neurotypical World into ADHD-ese

Friday, 8 PM EST

> Click for Details

Liz Lewis
Relaxed Not Numb

Friday, 9 PM EST

> Click for Details

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29TH

Join Linda & Other Palooza Women for the Online

Pink Ticket Party

Saturday, February 29, 2020
12:00 – 3:00 pm Eastern Standard Time
Online — Join via your web browser and/or phone

Click Here to buy your ticket!

A message from Linda Roggli

From one ADHD women to another...

“Research shows that ADHD ‘impairs’ women more than it does men. My own ADDiva survey of more than 1,500 ADHD women reveals that, despite trying multiple treatments, most women still struggle with their ADHD. 

I knew early in my career as an ADHD coach that we women of ADHD need a place to absorb accurate information, to connect and to realize that We Are Not Alone. 

That’s why I co-created the ADHD Women’s Palooza with Terry Matlen in 2016.  Since then, thousands of women have joined us online to learn, laugh, be inspired and perhaps change their lives. So, welcome – we’re so thrilled you are here!

 – Linda Roggli

Don't Miss Out on this Life-changing Online Event.

Sign Me Up