Psychosocial support and skills training for Adults with ADHD

This workshop will provide an overview of a wide range of psychosocial approaches available to use alongside pharmacological treatment for ADHD. Following this course, participants should have greater awareness and more confidence in utilising these approaches in order to provide clients access to the best possible psychosocial outcomes.

Who should attend?

The workshop is aimed at professionals working in adult neurodevelopmental services, adult mental health teams and other specialist services. The training will be relevant to Clinical and Counselling Psychologists, Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Psychiatrists and other mental health clinicians with an interest in adult ADHD.

Location:

Institute of Psychiatry

Topics include:

  • Understanding functional impairment in ADHD
  • Making psychoeducation meaningful
  • When might CBT/ACT/Mindfulness/Coaching be helpful
  • Taking a strengths-based approach

 

Study methods:

Combination of presentations, interactive training; group work and discussion


This one-day course will cost £295. Registration will be available shortly.