Dr. Hallowell and his wife, Sue George Hallowell (who is also a therapist) are offering a workshop for couples looking to become more connected. It will take place on June 12th at the Westin Hotel in Waltham, MA, just outside Boston. While it's not specifically for couples struggling with ADHD, it will nonetheless provide inspiration and ideas to all who attend.
Here's a note from Dr. Hallowell about the program:
"The day will be full of information as well as interaction and instruction. Don't say you don't have time! Set aside the time and come. You'll be glad you did!
Couples who attend should expect to leave feeling inspired, refreshed, full of renewed hope and energy, as well as tools to make their relationship get better and better. We live in times that can be extremely difficult on couples. During the day, Sue and I will tap into our extensive experience in working with couples, as well as our 22 years of marriage, to offer concrete advice as well as practical exercises all couples -- married or living together, getting along well or upset with each other, newly together or together for decades -- can use to deepen their relationship and find the kind of excitement and fulfillment we all seek in love.
Sue and I combine humor with experience and knowledge to create a day that will be both fun and informative, engaging and useful, surprising and fulfilling. We will tap into the experience of all the couples who attend to create the magic a group of interested people always creates.
We look forward to seeing you June 12!"
For more information about the program, go to this link.