Barcelona, April 2016.
I have given over 300 presentations: everything from local PTA meetings to webinars to full day professional training seminars to keynotes at international conferences. I have been fortunate enough to present all over the US and in Mexico, England, Iceland, Sweden, Greece, Turkey, and Spain. My goal is to provide scientifically accurate information in an understandable and useful way. I find that my clinical work helps me present more clearly and that presenting makes me a better clinician. Although I have presented on a range of subjects, I mostly tend to present about ADHD in one way or another.
Here’s a list of most of the topics that I have presented on:
Integrative Treatment for Adult ADHD
Understanding and Applying the Science of Time Management
An Executive Functions Model for the Diagnosis & Treatment of ADHD
ADHD Between the Sheets
ADHD, Relationships, Sexual Functioning. . . and a Survey?
Understand Your Brain, Get More Done: Executive Functions and ADHD
A Stronger Mindset for Life’s Challenges
What Are Your Favorite Lies?
Remember to Remember: Right Thing, Right Time, Right Place
How Executive Functions Affect Adult Relationships
Acceptance is Empowering: Change What You Can, Accept the Rest
The Psychology of Medication
Your Memory is Only as Good as Your Attention
Organizing the ADHD Brain
A Happy Relationship in Twelve Jokes or Less
Motivation to Climb the Mountains
ADHD Across the Lifespan
Everyone Needs Friends: Even (Especially) Adults with ADHD
To Tell or Not To Tell: You’re OK But Others Might Not Be
Six Simple Rules: Fundamental Strategies to Overcome Inattention, Hyperactivity, and Impulsivity
Relationship Balance When One Person Has ADHD
Overcome the Triple Threat: ADHD, Anxiety, and Depression
ADHD is an Explanation, Not an Excuse