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Live Webinar on June 15: For Dads with (and Without) ADHD: How to Understand and Support Your Kids

Not available June 15? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.ADHD is largely genetic.

A child with ADHD often has at least one parent with ADHD – and all of the emotional dysregulation, impulsivity, and executive function challenges that go with it. This double (or triple, or quadruple, or…) dose of ADHD can complicate the parent-child relationship, and those complications typically manifest differently with mothers vs.

fathers. This is true even when a parent doesn’t have the condition.For fathers who have ADHD, difficulties with parenting might surface when their child’s ADHD causes academic or behavioral challenges that remind them of their own difficulties growing up — and/or of their own parents’ harsh responses to those difficulties at a time when ADHD was not well understood.

For fathers without ADHD, understanding their child’s thinking and behavior might pose an even bigger challenge.In this webinar, fathers with and without ADHD will:Have a question for our expert? There will be an opportunity to post questions for the presenter during the live webinar.Brendan Mahan, M.Ed., M.S., an internationally recognized ADHD/Executive Function coach, a highly engaging, sought-after speaker, and the host of the ADHD Essentials Podcast. A former teacher, mental health counselor, and principal, Brendan helps individuals, families, schools, and businesses manage the challenges of ADHD and neurodiversity through an approach that blends education, collaborative problem-solving, and accountability with compassion, humor, a focus on strengths and growth, and his trademark “Wall of Awful™” model.

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