Mindfulness for ADHD

Give yourself, or your partner, a New Year’s gift that will last a lifetime!

Mindfulness for ADHD/ADD Training Course

6 Thursdays, Jan 16-Feb 20, 2014
7-9 pm

For Adults with ADHD, their Spouses and Parents of Children with ADHD

Conducted by Dr. Mark Bertin, Developmental Pediatrician and Author of The Family ADHD Solution: A Scientific Approach to Maximizing Your Child’s Attention and Minimizing Parental Stress

ADHD affects quality of life in a myriad of ways: increased stress levels, struggles at work and school, and challenges in personal relationships. Recent research shows that mindfulness, meditation and related stress-reduction techniques may improve executive function and attention, reduce stress, promote cognitive flexibility in problem solving, foster emotional well-being, and mitigate ADHD effects through enhanced self-awareness and self-regulation.

This training is now available in Manhattan in a 6-week interactive program facilitated by one of the top professionals in this field.

Each session includes mindfulness exercises taught in a manner suitable for those with – or without – attentional issues.   Both experienced meditators and those new to the practice will benefit. The classes will also include education about ADHD, from the neuroscience to its impact on day-to-day life.

Sessions will include adapted mindfulness exercises as well as an overview of ADHD encompassing causes, treatment options and a review of current research.

6 Thursdays, Jan 16-Feb 20, 2014
7-9 pm
$300 for current members of the JCC  ||   $350 for non members

Jewish Community Center in Manhattan‎
334 Amsterdam Avenue (76th Street)
New York, NY 10023

(646) 505-5708

Dr. Mark Bertin is author of The Family ADHD Solution, a book integrating mindfulness into ADHD care.

Register on line forMindfulness for ADHD/ADD Training Course

$300.00 Member of JCC || $350.00 Nonmember

For more information, or to register, please call 646-505-5708.

The ADD Resource Center has programs and information for and about people with ADHD and the people who live or work with them.

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