October Is ADHD Awareness Month

Special Events Happening In Our Community


October 19, 2018    8:30 – 4:30 pm

White Chapel United Methodist Church     185 South White Chapel Boulevard   Southlake, TX 76092



This conference will educate adults, parents, educators, mental health professionals and the public about ADHD. 6 Continuing Education Credits will be available for educators, psychologists, social workers, LPCs and LMFTs.

HIGHLIGHTS: Keynote speaker, Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, is an internationally known and best-selling author. She is also a former educator, school psychologist and children’s mental health professional with over 45 years of experience. She has authored four popular books and two DVDs on ADHD. Her first book, Teenagers with ADD & ADHD has sold over 120,000+ copies. She will address executive functions and research on long-term outcomes. Dendy has received numerous awards including CHADD’s highest honor, their Lifetime Achievement Award.

Other sessions will include the following. Dr. Brian J. Dixon will discuss co-existing conditions and medication. Dulce Torres, with Avant-Garde Counseling, will introduce how ADHD Coaching can support individuals with ADHD and the difference between counseling and coaching.

Our panel of experts will answer your questions about ADHD, parenting, coaching, and organizing.

Lunch is included. This is a great opportunity to network, visit exhibitors and purchase a variety of books.

ADDA-SR and The North Texas Chapter of CHADD are sponsoring a conference

 Register here.  Scholarships available.  Call 817-707-6264 for more information.




October 26-28th –  Coaching Teenagers & College Students Training in Southlake TX

3 Day Intensives are the ONLY classes open to the public that are taught in-person by Dulce Torres.

Join us for this small group training and receive one-on-one feedback from experts in the student coaching field. Class is limited to 8 participants so don’t wait to reserve your seat!

Coaching Teens & College Students with ADHD was the first ADHD coach training in the world with a focus on students, ages 13 – 30. JST launched the inaugural training in 2005 and it has been the most popular continuing education course to date.

Using the JST Coaching Model for Success, our graduates help students make positive life changes. Individuals and institutions in over 25 countries have completed this ADHD coach training and are using the tools in their work with students.

This course is approved for 35 hours of training from ICF and CCE-Global.

Register here


October 11 at Brookhaven College in Carrollton TX

ADHD Awareness event for students and faculty


October 3rd – 7th in Mexico City 

Presentation:  “Coaching Fortalece a los Jóvenes con TDAH y sus retos en sus Funciones Ejecutivas 

 Coaching Empower Student with ADHD and Executive Functions Challenges