What is Executive Functioning? A Free ADHD Teleclass

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In the world of adult ADHD, Executive Functioning is the current hot topic. I’ve heard some experts actually suggest renaming Attention Deficit Disorder to Executive Functioning Disorder.

So, what is Executive Functioning anyway? And, what in the heck does it have to do with adult ADHD?

The short form? Executive Functioning refers to the thinking systems that control how you prioritize, control impulses, organize, focus, follow-through and finish what you start.

That explains why Executive Functioning and ADHD go hand in hand. Problems with Executive Functioning guide the adult ADHD symptoms. Think of it as the office manager responsible for the day to day operations of your brain, coordinating when and how things are done.

I’m excited to tell you about a lovely opportunity to learn more about what is happening with the Executive Functioning weaknesses typical to adult ADHD and what you can do to manage them.

Dr. Ari Tuckman, a well-respected ADHD expert and psychologist who has written extensively about adult ADHD, will be the presenter at the next free ADD Classes.com Teleseminar.

Understand Your Brain, Get More Done:  ADD / ADHD and Executive Functions

Date: Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Time: 9:00 pm – 10:00 pm EDT*

Instructor: Dr. Ari Tuckman

Listen over the Phone or Internet!

*Don’t worry if you can’t attend on May 8. As long as you register before 9 PM Eastern time that night you’ll have a week to listen to a recording of the teleclass at no charge.

Even if you don’t register before the class starts, you’ll still be able to listen for a few dollars. Simply click on the link below.

Click here to register for Understand Your Brain and Get More Done: ADD / ADHD and Executive Functions.

If you want to understand what is Executive Functioning and how to live more easily with your ADHD symptoms, sign up for the ADD Classes teleclass right now – before you get distracted and forget.

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