ADHD Group Classes & Workshops for Students

I offer a variety of group classes and workshops designed to help your child thrive with ADHD. Students often have varying needs depending on age, class level, and where they are in their ADHD journey. Sometimes full individual support is needed and sometimes the support found in a group environment becomes an effective complement to individual coaching.

All group classes and workshops are held in my office at 11C Whiting St., Hingham, MA 02043.

Back to School (BTS) Essentials

This 90-minute workshop helps your preteen or teen start the school year or the new term organized and in control. It’s common for students with ADHD to need to re-orient and re-focus after the summer or winter break.

Students will refresh their skills on how to …

  • Figure out what system works best for them to track assignments, projects, and responsibilities.
  • Organize and maintain their notebooks and backpack.
  • Apply effective strategies to homework time for less procrastination and better self-management.
  • Effectively plan their approach to homework and develop a working study strategy.
  • Take effective notes from which they can actually learn and study.
  • And more.

This class helps middle and high school students identify their challenges and encourages them to problem solve solutions that will work for them. I teach a simple, four-step method to organize anything while also covering the importance of maintenance so their newly-found organization continues to work.

I also help students understand how to effectively study, reminding them it doesn’t mean just “rereading” the text or study guide. I’ll also teach them memory tips and strategies for other homework challenges.

This class is for students in middle school and high school (taught separately.)


Dates: August 23, 2021

Time: High schoolers: 3 PM / Middle schoolers: 1 PM

If this sounds beneficial for your student, but you have questions, contact me to learn more.

“Fun”damentals of Learning

The choice for motivated students in grades 2-3 or grades 4-5, who struggle with organization, time and project management, problem solving, flexible thinking, and aren’t achieving the grades that they’re capable of. 

Does your child struggle with…

  • Motivation and self-confidence?
  • Completing tasks without guidance every step of the way?
  • Keeping track of homework assignments and projects?
  • Organizing, prioritizing, and completing their responsibilities?
  • Getting out the door in the morning?

This 3-session class uses hands-on activities and problem-solving strategies to teach the basic skills necessary to be an effective learner. Students in both groups will begin to better understand mindset and its impact on their learning, how organization can help them with their daily personal and school responsibilities, and what it REALLY means to study.

We’ll cover:

  • Mindset
  • Failure
  • Organization
  • Directions
  • Homework routines
  • Strategies for learning, recall, and effectively communicating the knowledge the student possesses.

The class is offered to students in grades 2-3 or grades 4-5 (taught separately) and class size is limited to 6 students allowing for individual attention and personalized learning.


Due to the current pandemic situation this class, "Fun”damentals for Grades 2/3 has not been scheduled.

Investment is $150 and includes homework accountability and email/text access to me.

Due to the current pandemic situation this class, “Fun”damentals for Grades 4/5 has not been scheduled. 

Investment is $150 and includes homework accountability and email/text access to me.

If you have questions about the class, please contact me to learn more.

The Impact of ADHD & Executive Dysfunction

Group Classes for Middle & High School Students

As adults or students, we depend on certain skills and strategies such as goal setting, planning, organization, stress management, and problem solving in order to be successful.

We have to be able to focus, and monitor and control impulses in order to make the best choices based on our understanding. Our thinking needs to be focused, logical, and practical, more often than not, to get the job or task completed. To do this, we rely on our Executive Function (EF) skills.

As adults we often take these executive function skills for granted. Teens often struggle because their EFs are not yet fully developed. Have you ever tried to do something for which you knew you didn’t have the skills or knowledge? That’s what it feels like for teens every day.

Group ADHD & Executive Functioning Class for Students

I created this class to provide a way to help teens learn how their ADHD is interfering with their success and develop strategies that work with how they think, and be able to test their theories in a safe, nonjudgmental class with their peers — because teens learn best from other teens (with guidance of course).

This class is offered to both middle school and high school students (taught separately.)

Together, we’ll dispel ADHD myths and I’ll coach them to dive deeper into understanding themselves while developing a knowledge base of strategies that work for the way they think. Additionally, we’ll cover self-advocacy, awareness, problem solving, goal setting, creating an action plan, and more.


Middle School ADHD and EF Class has not been scheduled for 2021 at this time. When scheduled it will be via Google Meet. 

High School ADHD and EF Class has not been rescheduled for 2021. Individual high school coaching is available via Google Meet. 

Investment is $220 and includes accountability and email/text access to me.

If you have questions about the class, please contact me to learn more.