ADHD group therapy brings together a small group of individuals who have attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The group meets weekly with two trained therapists acting as facilitators.
In a supportive, confidential setting, members can talk openly about the impact of ADHD on their lives. The group provides a space to share personal experiences, challenges, and successes. Members can offer each other understanding, advice, and encouragement.
Our ADHD group therapy aims to help members gain self-understanding, feel empowered, reduce isolation, and improve wellbeing. Sessions are a safe space for honest discussions that can lead to lasting changes.
What to Expect from Sessions
Our ADHD group therapy sessions are designed to provide a safe, supportive, and understanding environment for members. Here's what you can expect:
Our ADHD group therapy incorporates psychodynamic techniques. Psychodynamic therapy focuses on how unconscious drives, emotions, and motivations shape our behaviors and relationships.
In group, this means exploring how ADHD symptoms stem from underlying causes like family dynamics, faulty thinking patterns, and unresolved emotional conflicts. We help members gain insight into their psyche and core beliefs.
Open discussions: We'll have open conversations about living with ADHD, including challenges, successes, coping strategies, etc. You'll have the opportunity to share your experiences and listen to others
Psychoeducation: The facilitators will provide information and resources about ADHD to increase understanding of the disorder. This knowledge can help normalize your experiences
Emotional support: Members can offer each other encouragement, empathy, and validation. You'll realize you're not alone
Problem solving: The group can brainstorm solutions to common ADHD issues like organization, focus, time management, etc. You'll get different perspectives
Socialization: Practice vulnerability and interpersonal skills in a safe space