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This is a support group for youth with ADHD to discuss challenges and work on developing coping skills and strategies to thrive with ADHD
ADHD can make simple things in life way more difficult than they have to be from social interactions to staying focused in class. In this class students will have the opportunity to discuss their struggles and their triumphs as they navigate a world living with ADHD. Having myself grown up with ADHD I am well aware of the difficulties that youth face as they try to understand themselves and meet their goals. Over the years and through obtaining my degree in psychology I have found that the...
Students will learn about ADHD and how it changes the way that their brain functions. Students will receive support in the struggles navigating the world with ADHD. Students will be able to learn coping skills. Students will feel empowered and see their ADHD with positivity instead of negativity and self doubt. Students will be able to connect with other young people who have ADHD and create a support network.
I have a degree in psychology and have taken many courses on child development and child psychology as well as abnormal psychology. I myself have also grown up with ADHD which has given me direct experience and a unique insight into the subject. Through my life I have consistently taken every opportunity to learn more about ADHD and the different coping strategies which exist.
There will often be optional weekly assignments given to the student's and it will be up to them how much they wish to engage with the work. These will always be very simple, non-time consuming tasks that build off what was discussed in the class that week.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class is in high demand! All classes have sold out.
Meet the teacher
Hello Outschool! My name is Brittany Brousseau I am a passionate neurodiverse woman who loves working with today's youth. I am a certified ADHD Life Coach and hold a B.A in Psychology as well as have completed my TESOL certification. I have had...
1x per week
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(23)
Completed by 167 learners
Live video meetings
4-7 learners per class
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