Dr. Hallowell has started hosting Facebook Live sessions every other Thursday at 1pm, together with ADDItude magazine! He will answer questions from viewers in real-time, and each session will have a main focus topic. See Dr. Hallowell’s Facebook page for more details and to join.
ADHD 2.0, the latest book by Drs Ned Hallowell and John Ratey draws on the latest science to provide both parents and adults with ADHD a plan for minimizing the downside and maximizing the benefits of ADHD at any age. They offer a range of new strategies and lifestyle hacks for thriving with ADHD, and discuss creating optimal environments, exercise, the power of connection, understanding and embracing innate neurological tendencies and considering medication. As inspiring as it is practical, ADHD 2.0 will help you tap into the power of this mercurial condition and find the key that unlocks potential.
This month for our meet our Staff, we are featuring Marcia. Marcia is a trained and licensed social worker who provides supportive counseling and coaching to parents whose children, teens, and young adults have ADHD and other emotional and behavioral challenges. Working collaboratively with other clinicians and specialists, both inside and outside the Center, she crafts strategies to reduce the conflict and chaos, and improve the communication and success in the home and school environment. Additionally, Marcia runs the parent support groups at the Center for parents whose children pose unique challenges. She received her Masters in Social Work at Columbia University and has been a practicing social worker for 25 years. Marcia is also certified as an ADHD parent coach by the ADHD Parent Coach Academy, and as a parent coach by the Parent Coaching Institute, PCI.
A new episode is released every Tuesday afternoon! You can listen via any of your favorite apps, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, Apple or simply click the LISTEN tab at the top of this website page.
Virtual support groups for adults with ADHD are hosted by our expert coaches. Some of the hardest parts about living with ADHD can be the feeling of being alone, different or misunderstood. Lisa Cornelio has worked for the New York City Hallowell Center as an executive function coach, academic tutor and admissions consultant. She has worked with hundreds of individuals and families to navigate transitions, handle obstacles and reach goals of all kinds and thrives on helping clients build on their strengths. Her experiences as a creative professional, Ironman triathlete and cancer survivor inform her practice and guide her approach to enable clients manage the stress, anxiety and self-doubt life’s challenges can create. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information about our current support groups.