Thriving with ADHD/ADD

Learn strategies to understand ADHD and ADD to support yourself, as well as your mental health, work, and relationships.

Thriving with ADHD/ADD is a series of two virtual workshops hosted by Ly Hoang, Clinical Counsellor, and Britt Phillips, Mental Health Nurse. Workshops are open to students with ADHD and/or ADD, students with executive functioning challenges (time management, procrastination, motivation, impulsivity, etc.), and students who have family, partners or friends with ADHD/ADD symptoms.

About the facilitators

Ly Hoang, MA, RCC: Ly holds a Masters in Counselling Psychology from the University of San Francisco. Counselling sessions with Ly are focused on building self-efficacy by identifying strengths and fostering resiliency.

Britt Phillips, RPN: Britt holds a Diploma of Psychiatric Nursing from Douglas College and has 8 years of experience working in the field of psych nursing. After spending 5 years working with children and youth at BC Children’s hospital in various mental health programs, Britt joined SFU’s Health and Counselling team.

Schedule

What is ADHD/ADD and Executive Functioning?

DATE

Thursday, October 1

TIME

1:30 to 3:00pm

LOCATION

Online via Zoom

  • Understand the six different areas of executive functioning and how ADHD/ADD may impair each area: attention, action, task, information, emotion, effort
  • Start to reframe what it means to have ADHD/ADD from a negative personality flaw to a source of strength and resilience

Getting Past Our Good Intentions: Turning Low Motivation Into Action

DATE

Thursday, October 8

TIME

1:30 to 3:00pm

LOCATION

Online via Zoom

  • Deep dive into effort management and action management
  • Learn strategies to improve routines that promote health and wellness in order to increase effort and action