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Welcome to
The ADHD Check-up and Reset Workshop

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Workshop Activities

Other sources of more JOY and EASE

 Receiving an ADHD diagnosis later in life can be wonderfully vindicating. 
Finally, we can understand why life has been so damn difficult in countless indefinable ways.
 
It can also bring up immeasurable grief, shame and countless other incredibly painful emotions. 
And, sadly, one of the hardest hardest parts is navigating all this, completely bamboozled by the the tsunami of info online, with little support from elsewhere, so that it’s pot luck whether you get your ADHD management right. 
 
This is our lives we’re talking about. How our brains function, how we function. And whether we realise our dreams. How we parent, be a partner, earn a living and manage a huge mental load like so many women, only we have significant cognitive challenges that make it all so much more difficult.
 
It’s in response to this sh*tty situation that I have designed these two options to work with me. 

 

So, if you’re a woman with ADHD who refuses to be held back and craves connection with others who get it
Want more FREE resources to ensure you can live your best life with ADHD?
And if you’re serious about fast-tracking nailing your ADHD management so you can realise your dreams
Need to address one or two key frustrations that rob you of joy and hold you back?
Looking to connect with other women* with ADHD who refuse to be held back by it?

The ADHD Check-Up and Reset workshop was created by Susie Hopkins.

Susie is an ADHD Coach who combines her late diagnosis-lived experience and 30+ years of in healthcare and research to provide transformational ADHD Coaching. She’s passionate about translating complex research into practical, impactful tools and strategies for more joy and ease. And making it enjoyable and easy!

Learn more about Susie here.

Acknowledgement

Lilo acknowledges and is grateful to the traditional custodians of the land on which we live, work and play, the Boonwurang people of the Kulin Nation. We pay respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.

 

Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.