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Beyond Attention Deficiencies: How Hidden Symptoms of ADHD Produce Unexpected Challenges

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February 15, 2022 | 7:00 pm–8:30 pm

Adults with ADHD and Those Who Love Them

Speaker(s): Dr. Supriya Williamson

Contact: Claire Noyes

Phone: 2673267760

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“Beyond Attention Deficiencies: How Hidden Symptoms of ADHD Produce Unexpected Challenges for Couples” 
While you may know that you or your partner has ADHD, you may not realize the many ways in which ADHD can impact your relationship. After an ADHD diagnosis, many couples prepare to encounter telltale symptoms of hyperactivity, lack of focus, or frequent distractibility. We are often not watching for the atypical symptoms that can be potentially more disruptive to our close relationships. ADHD can also affect time management, substance use, and even emotional regulation.
In this webinar, Supriya Williamson will highlight the lesser known and yet common challenges that couples with ADHD face, and how you and your partner can address these challenges to create a happy, supportive relationship.
Supriya Williamson, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist at Dragonfly Psychological Associates in Media, PA. She received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Virginia. She works with children,adolescents,families,and couples. Supriya brings a strengths-based and collaborative approach to her practice of therapy and pulls from cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and family systems theory. Her passion is helping individuals, families, and couples to identify and shift problematic patterns so that they can lead more balanced and happy lives.

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Contact: Claire Noyes;  Email:;  Phone: 267-326-7760



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