Unblocking your ADHD; the facts, myths and successes from the clinic room

ADHD is the most common mental health condition. It is the most easily treatable. It is unfortunately one of the most neglected medical conditions in the UK,  causing untold distress to thousands of ADHD patients.

Are you newly diagnosed with ADHD?
Do you think you or a family member may have ADHD?
Are you confused and overwhelmed?

I will be presenting  this free event, “Unblocking your ADHD; the facts, myths and successes from the clinic room”  in partnership with ADHD 360, a unique and groundbreaking ADHD assessment service. ADHD 360 have clinics around the north west, providing unique ADHD services for their patients not available anywhere else in the UK.

Come along and hear Phil Anderton, non medical director of ADHD  and former police officer, explain the facts, myths and successes of ADHD. He is an innovator, and strong advocate for better ADHD treatment.

Find out more about Phil’s work here. 

At this event you will learn the real facts about ADHD and best treatments available, so that you can finally become empowered with the right tools and understanding.

Clarify your confusion and doubts

I will be presenting tools from my secret success tool kit for ADHD that you can implement right away. Start to create your successful life with your ADHD right now.
Still need a little nudge to book? Consider the following fact:
Life is difficult. Why should your life be even more difficult just because you have ADHD? You can create your change, easily.

Tickets are going fast, places strictly limited, so book asap to ensure you have a place and avoid disappointment. When the ticket quota has ben filled then registration will close.

Date – 5th December
Venue – Lloyds Bank, 42-46 Market St, Manchester M1 1PW
Time – 5-7pm
Book here.

If you have any questions, contact me here.

I am looking forward to meet you.

You Might Be Interested In

adhd in women

How You Can Harness Your ADHD to get More Done

Ellen was frustrated that she was not spending enough quality time with James, her 14 year old son who has ASD. She targeted a specific time during the evening that she wanted to focus on him.
She also was not happy with her evening routine.
Find out how she used her creative ADHD brain to get more done.

Read More »

Join the thousands living successfully with ADHD.

Sign up for our newsletter  and receive  your FREE ADHD self-test

We do not share your details with anyone else.