2022 Annual International Conference on ADHD
Hosted by ACO, ADDA and CHADD
Featuring 2 presentations with Dr. Sharon Saline
November 16 – 19, 2022
Dallas, Texas | Virtual & In-Person
The conference theme this year is Strength in Connection, as we all adapt to the changes of the last two years and work together to create a better life going forward.
It will be both a live and a virtual event – a hybrid conference. What does that mean? Well, you can come and join us in Dallas to get all the face-to-face fun that we have always enjoyed. There will be OVER 90 presentations: workshops, peer support groups, and gatherings of all sorts. Sessions will cover a wide variety of topics for audiences comprising both professionals and consumers. You’ll find fascinating research symposia and an amazing exhibition hall. And don’t forget the talent show!But if you are not able to make it to Dallas, you can still join us online.
Every keynote address will be offered live and recorded. Three sessions from each general conference session time slot will be recorded and you can choose which one to join. Question-and-answer sessions will be available both live and virtual. Whichever one you pick—Live Conference or Virtual Conference—mark the date in your diary and plan now to join the largest ADHD event of the year.
Featuring 2 presentations with Dr. Sharon Saline:
(3A) Culturally Relevant Interventions Within a Holistic Health Model: Utilizing Ethnicity, Gender and Socioeconomic Status to Create More Meaningful ADHD Interventions
LIVE & VIRTUAL | Thu Nov 17 | 12:30 PM – 3:30 PM CST / 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM EST
Psychiatrist Delane Casiano and clinical psychologists Brandi Walker, PhD, (MAJ, Army), Linda Berg-Cross, PhD, and Sharon Saline, PsyD, present a thought-provoking workshop where practitioners, researchers, and coaches are challenged to widen their lens to see ADHD and its impact on the individual and their family from a comprehensive holistic health perspective with sensitivity to the intersectionality of symptoms, health disparities, and multiple transcultural identities such as ethnicity, gender, culture, socioeconomic status, etc. Learn more about this presentation.
(FC04) ADHD And The Anxiety Spectrum: Effective, Evidence-Based Strategies For Managing Worry, Social Distress, Perfectionism And Procrastination In Children, Teens And Young Adults
LIVE ONLY | Fri Nov 18 | 3:15 PM – 4:30 PM CST / 4:15 PM – 5:30 PM EST
In this session, Dr. Saline discusses how anxiety works and what professionals and caring adults can do in assisting children, teens, and emerging adults to reduce their worries and improve their resiliency. After examining the physiology and psychology of anxiety, she will discuss how to change an individual’s relationship to worry, reduce negative thinking, and uncover the core limited beliefs that fuel persistent social anxiety, perfectionism, and procrastination. Learn more about this presentation.
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