ADHD Focus Sessions - Morning

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Do you find it challenging to get started, struggle to stay focused and have a long list of incomplete tasks? Then this group is for you.

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18+ ADHD FOCUS SESSIONS

The aim of these group sessions is to provide you with accountability and support you to stay focused and get some work done. We come together on zoom and each participant carries out their own tasks while sharing the screen with other neurodivergents. The session will last for 1.5 hours and is structured around the Pomodoro Technique developed by Francesco Cirillo which consists of three 25 minute working periods and a break between. Participants can remain anonymous if they would prefer. We use the chat box to share our tasks and update on progress. People can unmute themselves during the break if they wish.

There will be two sessions every Monday

MORNING Focus Session 10am to 11.30 am and

EVENING Focus Session 8pm to 9.30pm

For more information check out https://www.internalconnections.ie/focus-sessions

If you have any queries ahead of the session, please do not hesitate to reach out by emailing claire@internalconnections.ie

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Claire is currently training to be a Professional Advanced ADHD Coach with the ADD Coach Academy in New York. She is an ICF certified Life Coach and has a postgraduate certificate in Mental Health Promotion. Claire has a background in social care working with children, young people and families across a wide range of needs, supporting them to achieve sustainable change.

Claire received her own diagnosis of ADHD in 2015, has first-hand experience of learning how to manage ADHD qualities to improve one’s life and has a deep understanding of the impact of late diagnosis.

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ADHD Ireland envisages a future where all individuals affected by ADHD are included, supported, and empowered in all contexts of their lives (e.g. school, work, home, and socially) to participate fully within, benefit from, and contribute meaningfully to Irish society.

ADHD Ireland is the national organisation that works to support those with ADHD and to endeavour to enable this.

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