CHAT Night: ADHD in Girls: Symptoms, Superpowers, Self-Image and Support


October 14, 2021, 7-8:30pm. 

Facilitator: Liz Adams, PhD, LP, ABPP

ADHD can look different in girls than it does in boys. Girls with ADHD are often overlooked and struggle in silence. This session will outline the signs and symptoms to watch for so that girls can get the support they need early on to harness their superpowers and nurture a positive self-image.

Dr. Adams is a board-certified neuropsychologist and owner of Minnesota Neuropsychology. She is also the founder of Liz Adams, LLC, offering workshops and resources to empower women with ADHD. 

Find details and Zoom link here (member login required): MCGT Member Online CHATS

For the 2021-2022 School Year, MCGT’s Monthly CHAT nights will be virtual via Zoom and for MCGT members only. No registration required, just click on the Zoom link to join! 

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What is a CHAT Night?

CHAT Nights are dedicated to informally connecting parents of gifted children, helping them find other parents in similar situations with an ear to listen, experiences to share, and solutions to offer. Each CHAT Night starts with a brief (10-15 minutes) presentation by a facilitator on a designated topic of interest followed by small group discussion. The format of CHAT Nights is intended to be casual, rather than structured. 
Due to the nature of CHAT night, they will NOT be recorded.

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