- TEMPORARY location THIS month for Whatcom County
- NEW FACILITATOR for Whatcom County. Congratulations to Jupe Johnson, founder and facilitator of the group. His pratice has grown dramatically in the past few months. Jupe has turned over the reigns to Chris Norman, a longtime member of the group and advocate of the power of connection for our ADHD brothers and sisters.
- Reminders go out now on the second Monday of the month as one combined reminder to everyone in all of our groups. This way you'll receive ALL of our monthly meeting information. A second reminder goes out to you the Monday before your local meeting.
- Olympia Parents' Group
- Seattle Parents' Group
Tacoma Adults - 2nd Wednesday of the Month
Tacoma Adults, Wed, April 9th, 2014, 7:00 - 9:00 pm
- Facilitator - Brandon Koch at 253-548-4354
- Co-facilitator - Brandon Rowe at email@example.com
- Jackson Hall, 314 MLK Jr. Way, Tacoma
- Brick Building across from Tacoma General Hospital
- Free parking after 6:30 pm in the Baker Center Garage, south of the meeting place
- Google Maps Link
Olympia Adults - 3rd Wednesday of the month
Olympia Adults, Wed, April 16, 2014, 6:00 - 8:00 pm
- Providence Professional Building, 525 Lilly Road NE, Olympia
- Google Maps Link
- For more information, contact Susan Kibbey at 360-866-9090 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastside/Bellevue Parents - 3rd Wednesday of the month
Eastside/Bellevue Parents, Wed, April 16, 2014, 7:00 - 8:45 pm
- Children's Surgery Center Bellevue, 2nd Floor Conference Room #2207, 1500 116th Ave NE, Bellevue
- Facilitator - Jill Murphy, ADHD Life Skills & Academic Coach at ADDResourcesBellevue@gmail.com (checked once a week) or contact email@example.com
Whatcom County Adults - 3rd Wednesday of the month
Whatcom County Adults, Wed, April 16, 2014, 6:00 - 8:00 pm TEMPORARY LOCATION - for April
- Bellingham Towers Conference Room, 119 N. Commercial St, Bellingham
- Google Maps Link and Directions
- Facilitator - Chris Norman at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Topic: Time Management: Tips for an ADHDer
Seattle Adults & Partners - 4th Wednesday of the month
Seattle Adults & Partners, Wed, April 23, 7:00 - 8:45 pm
- Facilitator - Pete Terlaak, CPC, at www.coachforfreedom.com
- Working with Pete is Cynthia Seager, LMHCA, at email@example.com
- HomeStreet Bank Wedgwood Branch, 8200 35th Ave NE, Seattle
- Google Maps Link
FOR MAY 28TH SEATTLE MEETING:
Experiencing the evidence of heart and breath regulation in ADHD -- applied breathing exercises and visual journaling. Question: breathing and heartbeat. What do they have to do with ADHD? Answer: more than you can imagine!
Cardio neurology is the science of controlling heart rate and breathing for healing, clearing the mind, feeling connected to ourselves, and learning to be aware of our relationship to life (fears, strengths, blind spots, and pain). It has been used effectively in working with ADHD, anxiety, and depression. This experiential presentation is an opportunity to see how breath and heartbeat integration can change the way you live with ADHD.
Gail Baker is a professional artist and teacher for whom expressive art is a tool for change. Her research into ADHD and its implications began in 2000 following her own diagnosis. Gail has incorporated visual journaling and meditation as part of the foundation of her own treatment plan. She offers contemplative workshops and individual sessions in painting, Visual Journaling, and Touch Drawing.
Gail Baker, MA
For questions, contact 206.724.0599 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a nonprofit organization and our only reason for being is to help people with ADD achieve their full potential through education, support and networking opportunities. Throughout we use the term ADD to cover all forms of ADD including ADHD.
Does ADD affect you and your family? Are there children affected by ADD? As a teacher, does ADD affect your classroom? As an employer, are you affected in the workplace? You've come to the right place!
- My child may have ADD. Help me find basic information to better understand ADD?
- My child has been diagnosed with ADD? Help me understand what comes next.
- An adult close to me or I may have ADD? Help me find basic information.
- As an adult diagnosed with ADD, help me understand what comes next.
- What support groups are available?
- Where may I go to meet others with ADD?
- What resources are on our website and the internet?
By entering this website, you agree to use all information at your own discretion, judgment, and risk. ADD Resources shall not be held liable for any injury caused in whole or in part by any information obtained through this website or The National ADHD Directory.