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ADD Insights, LLC and The New England ADHD Treatment Center Announce a Joint Seminar Series: Mastering One's ADHD
Date:3/8/2010

Carol Gignoux, founder of ADD Insights, LLC and Dr. Jeffrey Speller of the New England ADHD Treatment Center are excited to announce a new five week seminar series entitled “Mastering One’s ADHD.”

(PRWEB) March 8, 2010 -- Carol Gignoux, founder of ADD Insights, LLC and Dr. Jeffrey Speller of the New England ADHD Treatment Center are excited to announce a new five week seminar series entitled “Mastering One’s ADHD.” This seminar series, which is open to the public, will touch on important issues for those with ADHD, or with loved ones who have ADHD.

Carol Gignoux, a well established expert within the ADHD field, will be discussing topics such as mastering one’s ADHD at work, in intimate relationships, as a parent, in communicating with others, and in organizing one’s home environment.

In this series of 5 interactive seminars, participants will personally explore and potentially learn to master some of their ADHD challenges. Participants will also develop a deeper understanding of the behavior and challenges faced by members of their families and co-workers. Attendees will take away some key insights, practices and strategies they can use to create a more promising future for themselves and others.

Time: Saturdays from 10AM to 11AM
Location: THE NEW ENGLAND ADHD TREATMENT CENTER
Six Courthouse Lane, Unit 12, Chelmsford, MA
Dates: March 13th, 27th, April 17th, May 8th, and May 22nd
Cost: Only $199 for a
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