Does any of this sound familiar?
“They say he is just lazy, but I’m not sure.”
“I think she’s just not motivated, but how can I tell?”
“It seems like he can pay attention if he wants to, so how do I get him to pay attention when he should?”
“I have considered putting her on medication, but I have my concerns.”
“What else can I do?”
*This workshop may be taken as a stand-alone session. It is also Session 1 in the Calm and Connected: Parenting the Child You Have© 7-Session Workshop Series.
Is there too much conflict and chaos in your home?
Do you need help setting boundaries and motivating your child?
Are you worried that your child won’t reach their potential?
*ADHD and Executive Function: Understanding the Impact on Learning, Motivation, and Behavior© is Session 1 of this 7-Session Workshop Series.
Created by ADHD Parent Coach, Cindy Goldrich, Ed.M., ACAC Author of 8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD and Winner of the 2015 USA Book Awards for Parenting/Family and Education/Academic categories.
Cindy Goldrich and her staff provide professional development for educators and support staff at schools nationwide. As educators, you know that the implications of having a student in the classroom who is disruptive or demanding go well beyond the impact on that individual child. Classmates often lose valuable learning time and experience confusion and frustration as well.
Teachers want their students to learn and succeed but may not have the resources, knowledge, tools, and strategies to help their struggling students.
These workshops are appropriate for educators and any professionals who work closely with children.
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Listen to Dr. Hallowell and Cindy Goldrich here, on the DISTRACTION PODCAST:
Making a Smooth Back-to-School Transition
PARENT WORKSHOP LOCATIONS
New York City Hallowell Center: Led by Marcia Hochman, LMSW, MPA, Parenting Coach and Professional ADHD Parent Coach Trainer with over 25 years of experience working with parents, children, and families
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com 212.799.7777
What Folks are Saying about the Parent Workshops…
“I wish I could move Cindy into my home.”
“I felt relieved to understand that my son is wired differently, and that’s ok.”
“It’s nice to experience learning about this, with people who are going through the same thing.”
“I learned that my daughter doesn’t have a deficit in attention. She has a deficit in attention regulation – deciding where to focus her attention.”
“We are more empathetic toward our child’s struggles.”
- There is constant stress, confusion, and effort involved in parenting a child who has ADHD/ Executive Function challenges
- This can place enormous strain on any family
- There is a range of support available for children who struggle
- Parents often struggle themselves to know what to do to best help
- Our goal is to provide parents with the education, tips, tools, strategies, and support you need
- Reduce the stress and help your children thrive
Your privacy and the privacy of your family will always be respected.
Please read this Coaching Agreement prior to registering for the workshop.
For more information, please email info@PTScoaching.com