Group Therapy for Women with ADHD

Are you a woman struggling with the challenges of ADHD, or suspect that you might be dealing with its symptoms? We understand the unique hurdles you face, and you’re not alone in this journey!

We’re thrilled to announce a wonderful opportunity for you to connect, learn, and grow with other women who share similar experiences.

✨We invite you to join our upcoming 8-week Group Therapy sessions, tailored specifically for adult (18+) women-identifying people who are looking for support with the ADHD symptoms.✨

Register to join us for 8 weeks of supportive, compassionate,
and love-led group therapy sessions on the following dates:


October 11, 2023: 12:00-1:30pm
October 25, 2023: 12:00-1:30pm
November 8, 2023: 12:00-1:30pm
November 22, 2023: 12:00-1:30pm
December 6, 2023: 12:00-1:30pm
December 20, 2023: 12:00-1:30pm
January 10, 2024: 12:00-1:30pm
January 17, 2024: 12:00-1:30pm

Investment in your mental well-being:

Participation in this invaluable group therapy series is priced at $70.00 per session.
The series runs for 8-weeks, providing you with ample time to explore various topics, develop strategies, and form lasting connections with your fellow participants!

Space is Limited!

To ensure an intimate and focused environment, we’re limiting the group to only 10 participants.
This will allow each participant to receive the attention and support they deserve throughout the sessions.


Registration closes September 29, 2023!

Hosted by experienced
RN Psychotherapists Sheena Howard and Kelly Davis, this group therapy series is designed exclusively for women with ADHD. It’s a safe space where you can openly discuss your challenges, learn effective coping strategies, and build meaningful connections with others who understand your journey.

Learn strategies, tools, and helpful
post-therapy tips for the most common symptoms recorded for women: 

1. Relationships: Struggling to Stay Connected

For women with ADHD, maintaining relationships can be particularly challenging. They might find it tough to focus on conversations, leading to misunderstandings or appearing disinterested. Memory lapses can make it difficult to recall important details, leading to frustration among friends and loved ones. This can cause feelings of isolation and impact their self-esteem.

2. Navigating the Healthcare System: A Complex Journey

Getting a proper ADHD diagnosis and treatment can be an uphill battle. Women often face skepticism from healthcare professionals who might dismiss their symptoms as mood-related or simply attribute them to being “scatterbrained.” This can lead to delayed diagnosis or improper treatment. The healthcare system’s lack of awareness about the distinct presentation of ADHD in women further compounds the issue.

3. Shopping: Decision Fatigue and Impulse Control

Shopping can turn into a daunting task for women with ADHD. The plethora of options available can lead to decision fatigue, where they struggle to make choices due to their brain’s tendency to jump between ideas. Additionally, impulsivity can lead to overspending, only exacerbating the stress that comes with shopping.

4. Confusing Diagnoses: ADHD, Anxiety, and Depression

ADHD symptoms can overlap with those of anxiety and depression. Women with ADHD might be misdiagnosed with one of these conditions, delaying appropriate interventions. Untreated ADHD can exacerbate anxiety and depression symptoms, creating a cycle that’s challenging to break.

5. Organization: Struggling to Tame the Chaos

Staying organized can be a constant battle. Women with ADHD might have difficulty with time management, forget appointments, or struggle to complete tasks due to their difficulties with sustained attention. This can lead to feelings of inadequacy and frustration.

6. Feeling Overwhelmed: Juggling Multiple Responsibilities

The overwhelming nature of ADHD symptoms can be intensified when combined with the demands of work, family, and social commitments. Women might find themselves overextended, perpetuating a cycle of stress and burnout.

7. Feeling Isolated: The Loneliness of Being ‘Different’

Women with ADHD often feel isolated due to their struggles being less understood or acknowledged. Society’s expectations for women to be organized, attentive, and composed can make them feel like they’re constantly falling short. This isolation can affect their mental health and exacerbate their symptoms.

Do any of these symptoms and experiences feel familiar?

Feeling Isolated?

We’re here to support you. 

To register, click the registration button below!

Remember, you’re not alone on this path. Together, we can navigate the labyrinth of challenges that women with ADHD face and emerge stronger, more resilient, and better equipped to thrive in every aspect of life. We look forward to having you join our community of understanding and empowerment.