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:

November 23rd: ADHD and Medication
Dr. Le will do a quick overview of her approach to treatment of ADHD and then go over Frequently Asked Questions about ADHD medications in adults. This would include what medications are commonly used to treat ADHD, their side effects, the need for taking them, how to take them, and more. Dr. Le may also touch on additional medications that may also be used in combination to help co-morbid psychiatric disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety. Presenter: Dr. Julie Le is an assistant professor at UC San Diego Health where she works as an integrated behavioral psychiatrist doing consultations in the outpatient primary care setting. She graduated from A T Still University - Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her residency training at UCSD's combined Family Medicine and Psychiatry program. To register, please email
November 30th: ADHD and Anxiety
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. Presenter: Briana Evans is a licensed clinical social worker with a private therapy practice in San Diego. She established her private practice 17 years ago and has since specialized in utilizing cognitive behavioral techniques in the treatment of anxiety and OCD. In addition to her private practice she has worked as a therapist and clinical faculty member for UCSD’s OCD Clinic. She continues to enjoy working with people of all ages and participating in the healing process. To register, please e-mail us at