We have completed a successful Mindfulness Made Easy course and the feedback is very good. Please contact Melissa to be notified of the next 4 week intro to mindfulness for couples impacted by ADHD. This seminar has a limited number of openings. Go to this page for more details.
The next ADHD Effect In-Depth live course begins in October, 2016! If you would like to be notified closer to the date, please let Melissa know at this contact form. A self-study version is available for those who can't wait that long.
Melissa will be presenting at the CHADD International Conference in November in Costa Mesa, CA.
Blog posts translated into Spanish here: TDAH and Matrimonio: Aprendiendo a prosperar en tu relación
Information about events is at the events page.
Melissa offers advise on how to manage ADHD, describing treatment as having three legs, like a stool. You need strength in all three legs in order to function well. (You can imagine that two-legged stool, right?!) Read her article in Psychology Today.
New studies suggest that we need to look more closely at ADHD to determine if it can begin in adulthood. Wall Street Journal article on ADHD here.
Melissa explains that there are some incredibly predictable patterns that show up because of ADHD. The most common couple is one who did not know that ADHD was there when they got together. Distractability, uncompleted tasks and the feeling of not being loved often point to ADHD undiagnosed or mismanaged. Listen to this St. Louis Public Radio podcast.