Group Therapy

Introduction To ADHD: Virtual Parenting May Group in Oregon

Are you overwhelmed by your child’s diagnosis of ADHD? This workshop is for you! This group will provide an overview of parenting a child (3-17) with ADHD.

Overview

Are you overwhelmed by your child’s diagnosis of ADHD? This workshop is for you!

  • What is ADHD?
  • How is the ADHD brain different?
  • What are the treatment options, including lifestyle changes?
  • Working with the education system/teachers (guidance for distance learning)
  • Parenting the child with ADHD

This group will provide an overview of parenting a child (3-17) with ADHD. You will receive resources and guidance to get started on this journey with your child in a supportive environment where you can ask questions.

To get registered for the Introduction To ADHD: Virtual Parenting May Group in Oregon

Facilitator

Joelle Mccormick, Therapist

Hello! I hold a master’s degree in social work and a BA in Psychology with a minor in Human and Family Development. I have worked as a therapist for over 20 years. My focus on family work began by providing home-based services to parents in both New Mexico and Oregon, respectively. After that, I worked for the Yamhill County’s Family and Youth Department in OR. There, I was trained in Parent-Child Interaction Training which targets children 0-7 years old. In private practice and then at Western Psychological Counseling Services, now Lifestance, I have continued to work with children, teens and adults individually and through family work. I have specialized training and expertise working with people who have survived sexual abuse and in the clarification process related thereto. In the past four years, I have become an ADHD specialist and now my work is mostly focused on that population. My current passion is providing parent education groups on ADHD and working with children, teens and adults with ADHD.

The enrollment period for this program ended on June 25th, 2024. If you have any questions, please call 503-612-1000

The enrollment period for this program ended on June 25th, 2024.
If you have any questions, please call
503-612-1000
for assistance.

Virtual Online Sessions

Call Now: 503-612-1000

The Introduction To ADHD: Virtual Parenting May Group 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: 503-612-1000.

Participating Providers

LifeStance Joelle Mccormick

Joelle Mccormick

LCSW

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