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ADHD Parent Support –  Monthly Virtual Workshops

 

Live monthly workshops designed for parents to get their questions answered about ADHD.

  •  ADHD 101 – January 19th, 8 pm est
  • Big Emotions & ADHD  – February 16th, 8 pm est
  • Discipline & ADHD – March 9th, 8 pm est
  • Executive Functions –  April 20th, 8 pm est

Parenting ADHD Classes

Mini Classes

Discipline & ADHD

Our most popular course.

Do you struggle with discipline for your ADHD child? Do you feel like they get away with too much? Do you struggle to discipline and worry about making your child feel bad? Then this online course is for you.

Join Laura The ADHD Mama and learn about how to discipline someone who has ADHD. 

To register click the house picture at the top of this blerb. 

Big Emotions & ADHD

Does your ADHD child have BIG emotions? Are these big emotions unpredictable and overwhelming for you? Do you want to learn a new technique to help?

Join Laura The ADHD Mama for a course on how to help with big emotions. Learn how the ADHD brain works and how you can help your ADHD child.

To register click the lightbulb picture at the top of this blerb.

Anger & ADHD

This course is specifically about big explosive anger. Is your ADHD child angry? Do you find it difficult to find ways to get them to calm down and listen? This course was made specifically for the emotion of anger. Teaching about the ADHD brain and techniques for parents and guardians to help support the person who has ADHD.

To register click the  picture at the top of this blerb.

About Us

Laura – The ADHD Mama

Hi, I’m Laura – The ADHD Mama, ADHD Coach and Educator. I’m also the creator of The ADHD Mama on Facebook, TikTok, and YouTube; which gets over 2 million views a year.  

I have spent over 21 years as an instructor working with youth and adults. For the past four years, I’ve helped over 10,000 parents, teachers, therapists, and pediatricians understand more about ADHD and how to support ADHD children.  

I haven’t always felt like a successful, confident mother who knew how to support my ADHD children. For the first 5 years of motherhood I felt like a complete failure despite having ADHD myself. I read every book, blog, and watched every video I could find. I couldn’t find the content I was looking for online, so I started to make it myself.  

Learning about ADHD and adjusting my own parenting is what made the world of a difference. 

Laura helps individuals, families, and schools with the challenges of ADHD.  Her approach blends education, collaborative problem-solving, and accountability, with compassion, and humour. Focusing on strengths and growth.

Testimonials

What People Are Saying

“Highly recommend! This ADHD-friendly course gave me insight into how and why my ADHD brain works. With the RSCEC process, I can ‘interview’ myself, ask questions that help me realize the bigger picture and what obstacles are in my way. Now I have tools that can help me thrive!”

Kasee

Adult ADHD Participant, Tame the Turmoil

“I am newly diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 39. I learned so many skills on how to work with my brain and accept my ADHD. It felt great to be a part of a small group and share stories and experiences. It was nice to not feel alone and be a part of something fun. This course is great if you are just learning about ADHD and trying to find ways to work with it and not against it.”

Christina

Adult ADHD participant, Tame the Turmoil Course, Yoga Studio

“I thought the course was very informative and I like that you allow for questions from the attendees. I like that the course isn’t cold and just here is the information. You make the course like a conversation with a friend. You explain how something works or happens with yourself or your children. I would recommend the course to everyone even if you don’t have an adhd kid because there are so many adhd folks out there who need people to understand them. I think this course would be great for counselors at schools and teachers as well who may not exactly know how to deal with adhd kids in classes as well.”

 

Holly

Parent, Anger & ADHD Course, Yoga Studio