Clients Got the Heartache Blues?
ADHD tends to present certain challenges to romantic relationships, causing both partners to respond in predictable ways. Although we may not be able to eliminate ADHD symptoms entirely, coaches can help clients see alternative ways of responding to the situations that do develop so that they can rise above common pitfalls.
ACO Members can join Dr. Ari Tuckman on the February 15, 2011 Expert Speaker Series call to discuss how to help both partners to understand themselves and the other person better, so that they can deal with these challenges more effectively. Dr. Tuckman will talk about ways to help clients work together toward mutual goals and feel closer in the process. As a psychologist who specializes in ADHD, he knows well how it can negatively affect relationships especially before it is diagnosed. However, he has also helped individuals and couples to strengthen their relationships once they know what is contributing to their difficulties.
Expert speaker calls are an ACO member benefit.
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Dr. Ari Tuckman has given more than 200 ADHD-related presentations and routinely earns excellent ratings from the audience for his ability to make complicated information understandable, useful and interesting. Tuckman has also completed more than 80 episodes of his More Attention, Less Deficit podcast which has had more than 200,000 downloads.
Dr. Tuckman is a psychologist in private practice in West Chester, Pennsylvania, and is the author of More Attention, Less Deficit: Success Strategies for Adults with ADHD, and his newer book Integrative Treatment for Adult ADHD: A Practical, Easy-To-Use Guide for Clinicians.