Live in the Present, Don’t Dwell on Your Past Mistakes | Living Well with Adult ADHDCHADD Webinar

 January 12, 2022 10:00 AM EST


Arthur L. Robin PhD

THIS WEBINAR WILL BE RECORDED AND A LINK WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY EMAILED 24 HOURS AFTER THE EVENT. A certificate of attendance is provided after attending the live event.

In this webinar, Dr. Arthur Robin will outline the major domains of daily life, including relationships and families, work and careers, health, fun and relaxation, spirituality, and managing personal affairs. He will then give examples of the kinds of mistakes in these domains that adults with ADHD dwell on, and illustrate how to translate these mistakes into reasonable goals for change in the present. He will suggest cognitive strategies they can use to resist obsessing about the past by taking effective action to build a more positive present and future.

This is a live webinar. Attendees will hear from Dr. Robin and can ask questions after his presentation.

Objectives:
1. Discuss the management of major domains of life.
2. List mistakes that adults with ADHD dwell on.
3. Explain how to translate mistakes into reasonable goals.
4. List cognitive strategies to resist obsessing about the past.

Arthur Robin, PhD, is a licensed psychologist practicing at Dennis, Moye, Branstetter and Associates in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He specializes in diagnosing and treating ADHD in adults and adolescents. He is the professional advisor and a board member of Eastern Oakland County CHADD and a frequent speaker on adult and adolescent ADHD. In 2002, Dr. Robin was inducted into the CHADD Hall of Fame for his lifetime service to families and individuals with ADHD.

He has coauthored numerous books, including Defiant Teens: A Clinician’s Manual for Family Intervention (with Russell Barkley), Your Defiant Teen (with Russell Barkley and Chris Benton), ADHD in Adolescents, Negotiating Parent-Adolescent Conflict (with Sharon Foster), and Adult ADHD Focused Couple Therapy (with Gina Pera), along with many chapters and research articles on ADHD. From 1979 until 2017, he was a faculty member in the department of psychiatry at Wayne State University School of Medicine and Children’s Hospital of Michigan in Detroit, Michigan.

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