Department of Psychiatry

Penn Behavioral Health

Group Programs

Improve Executive Functions with Mindful Self-Management®

A Group Coaching Program for Adults with ADHD

With Lisa Joy Tuttle, MA, BCC, NBC-HWC

This group is for you if you would like to…

  • Better manage your time and stay focused on what's important to you
  • More easily start and finish projects that bring meaning and accomplishment
  • Have a more consistently positive mood, sustained energy, and healthier habits

Come learn essential time-management, organizing, and planning skills, and discover how mindfulness can help improve your attention and focus.

Dates & Location: SPRING 2019

10-Week Mindful Self-Management® Group

Penn Adult ADHD Treatment & Research Program 
3535 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA

Tuesday Evenings
March 12 — May 14, 2019
6:30 — 8:30 p.m.

The cost is $1,200 for the 10-week program which provides over 20 hours of group coaching, course materials, and periodic Refresher sessions for participants and grads of the program. Tuition may be paid in two installments of $600.

This group is for adults who have been diagnosed with ADHD; as well as for those whose challenges with executive functioning have led them to suspect they may have ADHD and who plan to pursue assessment. Young adults with college or work experience are welcome. A brief telephone interview with the facilitator is required to assess suitability for the program.

Space is limited and enrollment is open now. To express interest, please e-mail or call 484-843-1569

Click here for printable PDF of Spring 2019 course information.

Group facilitator Lisa Joy Tuttle, MA, BCC, NBC-HWC, is a nationally board certified coach with over 30 years’ experience in the human development field and specialized training coaching people with ADHD. Lisa’s evidence-based Mindful Self-Management® group program and individual executive skills coaching at the Penn Adult ADHD Treatment and Research Program integrate current understandings of behavioral change, mindfulness, and ADHD, to increase participants' personal effectiveness and life satisfaction.

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