ADHD Awareness Expo

Ack! Don’t fret. So did I…and I was a featured ADHD expert! Before I get too far ahead of myself, let me fill you in on The ADHD Awareness Expo. It’s a free online event run by my good friend and colleague Tara McGillicuddy of ADDclasses.com. It showcases lots of resources for the ADHD community, […]


Virtual AD/HD Conference

Hi Everyone! This is Jennifer Koretsky, SCAC. You know me from this blog, or maybe from my book, Odd One Out: The Maverick’s Guide to Adult ADD. But did you know that I’m also the director of the annual Virtual AD/HD Conference? It’s an online event all about learning how to live successfully with ADHD, […]


searching internet stress man

“I don’t have any goals that I need to work on. I just have a ton of questions. I’m tired of staying up all night trying to find the answers online and walking away more confused than when I started.” This is what a new client told me when he booked a coaching session with […]


Hello and Happy New Year, ADHD Friends! As you may have noticed, we’ve been silent for a while here at ADHDmanagement.com. As the CEO of this site and the ADD Management Group, I had to put our work on hold for just a couple of months. Sometimes life forces you to shuffle your priorities and […]


awareness week

The mission of ADHD Awareness Week is to educate the public about ADHD by disseminating reliable information based on the evidence of science and peer-reviewed research. You can learn more at the ADHD Awareness Week website. I’m taking part in two ADHD Awareness events this week: I’ll be presenting a free webinar on Overcoming the […]


Virtual ADHD Conference

Okay, ADHDers, it’s officially “the last minute!” If you’ve been putting off registering for the Virtual AD/HD Conference, then now is the time! And don’t feel too bad about procrastinating. Believe me, you’re not the only one!  Visit http://ADHDconference.com to register now and get instant access to the conference. (If you’ve already registered, you can […]


Mark Bertin

The Virtual AD/HD Conference Podcast Series is a special edition of the ADHDmanagement.com Podcast.   Medication should never be used lightly in any area of medicine, but decisions regarding ADHD medication have become particularly fraught. On the one hand, we must balance likely benefits of treating versus possible side effects. On the other, expecting too […]


Kenny Handelman

The Virtual AD/HD Conference Podcast Series is a special edition of the ADHDmanagement.com Podcast.   New research in ADHD is published all the time. Most of the time, however, people hear about the new research from the press, which often only covers stories which can be sensationalized (and misinterpreted). As a result, we often don’t hear […]


Roberto Olivardia

The Virtual AD/HD Conference Podcast Series is a special edition of the ADHDmanagement.com Podcast.   People with ADHD often report various difficulties with sleep, including trouble getting to sleep or waking up, as well as daytime sleepiness. Sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea, are also quite common. It seems that no matter who you are, […]


David Giwerc

The Virtual AD/HD Conference Podcast Series is a special edition of the ADHDmanagement.com Podcast.   ADHD is a challenge of self regulation (pausing) and self awareness (paying attention). It often shows up when you react to a mistake you have made and become highly self-critical, putting yourself down. You remain stuck, feeling imprisoned by the […]