Self-study is for you if you are motivated to learn independently and/or you need to go at your own speed due to health or time restrictions.
If you know that you often buy courses but don't complete them then consider a package that comes with accountability, such as self-study with accountability.
You'll learn through:
12 workbooks for independent study on the essential topics
lifetime access to 12 video modules to revisit as often as you need
Goals, so that you can focus on what's important, and stop feeling guilty about everything else.
Routines, so that you can spend less time making everyday decisions.
Values, so that you can cut through what other people think you should be doing and find out what you really feel good about doing.
Time Management, so that you can regain control of your time and make time for the things that matter.
Self Compassion, so that you can understand you deserve kindness and respect and learn how to treat yourself as you deserve.
Motivation, so that you are able to start identifying the work that lights you up and get started on the other stuff.
Finishing, so that your work can have an impact on the world.
Boundaries, so that you can take control of your time, energy, and life by doing the things you want to do, not what other people want you to do.
Rumination, so that you can unstick your thoughts and gently move on from harmful thought patterns.
Feedback, so that you don't need to fear feedback, whether negative or positive.
Hard Conversations, so that you can talk about the things that matter to you, without fear.
Self Advocacy and Next Steps, so that you can extend the support you're giving yourself by asking others for what you need.
I am an ADHDer, which means that as well as formal training on ADHD I have a lifetime's worth of experience to draw on. I am familiar with many of your struggles because I have faced them myself.
I understand how you think and experience the world, not just because I've read about it, but because that is how I experience the world too.
To learn effectively ADHDers need two things:
In the video lectures, I explain the 'why' behind the actions I suggest. The workbooks are your space to commit to and record your practice.
Anna's tools are also straight to the point, quick, and actionable, while providing a lot of personal insight
I learned a lot about ADHD, and gained a toolbox of ways to make being organized easier, including being more aware of what happens emotionally to waylay me.
Do you love routines? Do you hate routines? Or do you both love and hate them? Neurodivergent people tend to have strong feelings about routine, whether positive or negative. In this module, you will learn what the point of routines is so you can make your own choices about when to use them and when not to. You will do an audit of your existing routines to find out which ones are serving you and which you no longer want. Lastly, we’ll go through how to create routines that you can actually stick to.
Learn to see yourself as someone who deserves kindness.
Learn to treat yourself with increasing self-compassion.
In this module, you will uncover your natural motivators so that you can find and do tasks that are aligned with your interests. I will also explain plenty of other motivational techniques so you can get started with ease.
You've learned how to get started, this module contains strategies for finishing projects up. Perfectionism is one of the big things that can hold neurodivergent people back from finishing. It’s not the only reason finishing is hard though and so we will cover several scenarios and, more importantly, what to do to get past them.
A lot of neurodivergent people are people pleasers, learning that it’s easier to give others what they want than to stand up for your own needs. In this module, you will learn to be comfortable saying both yes and no so that you are free to run your life and make your own choices.
One of the big ways that our ADHD brain can undermine us is by ruminating on a past embarrassment or failing. Do you know the feeling when something negative is going around and around your head, stuck on a loop? It's exhausting and it's certainly not something an inner cheerleader should be doing.
In this module and accompanying workbook, you'll learn what rumination is, why it's a problem and how you can stop it.
As a bonus, I will teach you strategies for handling worries so that you can let go of thoughts that aren't serving you to reclaim your brain as the cheerleader you deserve.
Receiving feedback is extremely difficult for many of us. In this module, I will explain what good quality feedback is and how to give feedback. This is will empower you to identify when the feedback you are given is high quality. You will learn how to tell when feedback is likely to be accurate or not and how to respond appropriately to different types of feedback.
Difficult conversations are when parties disagree about something that matters to them. They are, by nature, difficult for anyone. Neurodivergent difficulties with reading social queues, processing big emotions, and structuring conversations can make these conversations even more difficult.
In this module, I give you a blueprint to follow in order to prepare yourself for difficult conversations so that you can be heard, listen, and work with the other party.
In the final module, I explain when and how to disclose your neurodiversity, how to advocate for yourself, and where to go next for future support.
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