Parents with ADHD: Strategies for Survival

BuxMont CHADDis pleased to announce a special presentation by Marcy Caldwell, Psy.D.

Permission Slips, Lunches, Bedtime & Beyond: Strategies for Surviving Parenthood with ADHD

ADHD is hard. Parenting is hard. The combination can be both brutal and exhilarating. Parenting is one of the most fundamental aspects of many adult’s lives. When asked what they value most, many adults will note parenting, child-rearing or family as ranking highest.
This presentation will explore this growing body of research through the lens of the 2 over-arching parenting domains: parental control and parental connection. We will look at the ways, both positive and negative, in which these domains are impacted by parental ADHD as well as the role of parental gender and a child’s ADHD status within the interaction.

Marcy Caldwell, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Philadelphia, PA. She is also the director and owner of Rittenhouse Psychological Services, a group practice specializing in the assessment and treatment of adults with ADHD. She created RPS in order to help answer the need she saw in the greater Philadelphia region for more psychological professionals that are trained in and sensitive to the unique needs of adults with ADHD. She is passionate about teaching other professionals about the joys of working with this exciting population.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2019
7PM – 8:30 PM
EINSTEIN HOSPITAL/MOSS REHAB
CONFERENCE ROOM G1
60 TOWNSHIP LINE ROAD

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