Supporting people with ADHD, Everyday
Where we meet
Thursday's 10:30am - 12:30pm &
Every 4th Monday of the month 7-9pm
Kingston Quaker Centre
Kingston upon Thames
We meet every Thursday and the 4th Monday of the month in Kingston (information to the left).
There is NO meeting on 28th December.
Other groups: -
Kingston Parents & Carers of Children & Young People with ADHD - For more info please contact Jo on 0203 0312757.
As from the 7th of August our KIngston Adult ADHD service will be based alongside the Adult Autism Service at
22 Hollyfield Road
We also have a new lead for this service and his name is Archie Chinanayi and he is a specialist ADHD diagnostic and prescribing CPN.
Archie along with Dr Karen Long (the lead psychologist at Adult Autism Service) will be attending our Fastminds support group the morning of Thursday August 24th 10.30-12.30 @ KIngston Quaker Centre.
Friday 22nd December 2017 - Tooting Leisure Centre SW17
Family Stay, Play And Dance
2:30pm - 8pm
more info at www.sentalk.org
Improving Communication and Calming ADHD-Impacted Relationships
Do you feel isolated and misunderstood in your relationship? Do the two of you have trouble talking without blowing up or shutting down? These are common issues in ADHD-impacted relationships. Melissa Orlov will give you insight into what's going on as you struggle to connect, and provide immediately usable strategies to calm and improve your interactions and relationship.
Melissa Orlov is a marriage consultant who specializes in working with couples impacted by ADHD. She has written two award-winning books on how adult ADHD impacts relationships, provides couples seminars, speaks around the world, and trains therapists to work with these special couples.