Program

12-week Virtual Adult ADHD Group – CBT Skills in Oregon

Provides practical strategies created for the neurodivergent brain.

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Overview:

This group provides practical strategies created for the neurodivergent brain to help with time management, planning, organization and coping with the strong and unpleasant emotions that often accompany these tasks. There will be in-session exercises to practice and take-home handouts to incorporate skills into your life.

Start Time: Fridays – 12:00 PM-1:15PM

Demographic: Adults

Ages Served: 18-64, 65+

Topics: ADHD

Cost: Most insurance accepted, financial assistance available.

To get registered for the 12-week Virtual Adult ADHD Group – CBT Skills in Gladstone, Oregon

To get registered for the 12-week Virtual Adult ADHD Group – CBT Skills in Gladstone, Oregon

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Facilitator:

Sara Padilla, Therapist

Sara is a Licensed Professional Counselor through the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists and graduated from California State University of Bakersfield with a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology with advanced course in major counseling theories, research, law and ethics, social and cultural foundations, and human development. Sara has diverse mental health experience providing mental health services through direct clinical care for adults, families, and children.

Getting Started

When: Fridays – 12:00 PM-1:15PM

To register please call 971-353-2030 or logon to your LifeStance Health patient portal and send a message directed to Sara Padilla.

Call to get registered for the 12-week Virtual Adult ADHD Group – CBT Skills in Oregon

Call to get registered for the 12-week Virtual Adult ADHD Group – CBT Skills in Oregon

503-659-5515

Virtual Online Sessions

Call Now: 503-659-5515

The 12-week Virtual Adult ADHD Group – CBT Skills is being offered via Virtual Online Sessions, and is not meeting in-person at this time. An Internet connected device will be required. Specific directions on accessing the sessions will be provided after your registration is completed.

If you have any additional questions please call: 503-659-5515.

Participating Providers

LifeStance Sara Padilla

Sara Padilla

LPC

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