Monday Night Meetings
for Adults with ADD

Meetings are all occurring on Zoom for the next month (or possibly longer - stay tuned).

Our Monday evening meetings are designed to help us stay abreast of recent advances in our understanding ADHD/ADD and executive function, as well as common co-occurring areas of challenge.

Topics will vary from week to week. Among the areas we cover: Strategies for improving organizational, planning and time management abilities, strategies for improving relationship skills, workplace strategies, improving social skills, update on current research findings, commonly asked questions about medication, along with other topics as well.

To learn more about these and other programs that we offer, please feel free to call our center at 858-581-5050 or email us at

Mondays: 6:30 to 8:00pm

Fee: No Charge

Upcoming Meetings:

May 2nd: ADHD and Anxiety
Presenter: Briana Evans, LCSW. Description: ADHD and anxiety often occur together and can make it especially difficult to navigate life tasks. During this presentation, Briana will discuss the relationship between ADHD and Anxiety, how to better understand it, and what strategies to use in best managing it. To register, please e-mail us at
May 9th: ADD ORGANIZATION: Keeping Track of Our Projects, Our Possessions, and Our Time
Presenter: Roxanne Fouche, ADHD/Executive Function Coach. Description: People with ADHD often have challenges with various types of organization. During this presentation, Roxanne will discuss the reasons why organization can be so difficult as well as offer specific strategies to conquer the organization of our projects, our possessions and our time. Come ready to share your favorite hacks and to walk away with some ideas to try! To register, please email us at
May 23rd: Learning to Live with Less and Why it Matters
Presenter: Amy Carstensen, Professional Organizer. Description: Wishing you didn’t have so much clutter in your mind and your life? Do you want to live with less? You will learn about the financial, physical, mental, costs clutter might be having on your life. Take away some non-standard advice for tackling clutter that may work for adults with ADHD or the easily overwhelmed. To register, please e-mail us at