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    Launching Tuesday, May 7th 10:15am EST!

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  • Introducing Neural Revolution's ADHD & Burnout Recovery Group Coaching Program!

     

    Join us on a transformative journey where science meets empowerment to tackle burnout and thrive with your unique ADHD brain. Led by Dr. Eliza Barach and Dr. Nate Page, experts in ADHD and burnout recovery, this 6-week program delves deep into the intricate relationship between ADHD and burnout, offering evidence-based strategies for resilience and well-being.

     

     

    Here's what this program offers:

     

    6 Weeks of Enlightenment: 6 weeks of 90 minute meetings held every Tuesday via zoom starting on Tuesday, May 7, 2024, at 10:15am EST (so extra early for any west coast early risers). This is one of the few, if not only ADHD group coaching programs that is led by two Coaches with Psychology PhDs and you’ll have the opportunity to connect with Dr. Eliza, Dr. Nate, and all your fellow group members who truly understand the unique challenges ADHDers face with burnout.

     

    Understanding Burnout: Using your own personal burnout experience we will explore burnout as an injury of the soul, resulting from chronic stress and depletion of coping resources.

     

    Scientific Insights & Personalized Strategies: Using your own personal burnout, each week will progressively guide you through one of the five stages of burnout (Honeymoon, Awakening, Slow Down, Hitting the Wall, and Phoenix Rebirth) and the six causes identified by Dr. Maslach (Workload, Control, Reward, Community, Fairness, and Value) to gain insights into your own personal burnout experiences, unique challenges related to ADHD, as well as opportunities to develop and hone individualized and personalized burnout red flags and recovery/prevention strategies.

     

    Empowerment: Overcome stigmas and myths surrounding burnout and ADHD, empowering yourself to proactively address burnout risks, set boundaries, and prioritize self-care.

     

    Small & Intimate: Our intimate group of no more than 15 members ensures accessibility and fosters deep connections.

     

    Community Support: Engage with a supportive community of like-minded individuals in a private Slack group, facilitated by Dr. Eliza, Dr. Nate, and fellow group members, to foster connections and share experiences between sessions.

     

     

    When We Meet & Who is A Good Fit:

     

    Meeting Schedule:

    Tuesday, May 7th @ 10:15am

    Tuesday, May 14th @ 10:15am

    Tuesday, May 21st @ 10:15am

    Tuesday, May 28th @ 10:15am

    Tuesday, Jun 4th @ 10:15am

    Tuesday, Jun 11th @ 10:15am

     

     

    Who Is A Good Fit: High performing adults (26+) with ADHD who want to better understand the connection between ADHD and burnout and more specifically deepen their understanding of their own burnout experiences.

     

     

    The Investment:

    Invest in your well-being with a one-time payment of $525 (save $75) or choose a payment plan of 3 bi-weekly payments of $200.  

     

    Take advantage of our early bird special pricing until April 25th, with a discounted rate of $450 if paid in full or a payment plan of 3 bi-weekly payments of $175.

     

    Don't let burnout define your journey. Join us and ignite your path to resilience, empowerment, and thriving with ADHD.

     

    Learn More About Your Group Coaches:

    Dr. Eliza Barach

    With a PhD in cognitive psychology, Dr. Eliza Barach has devoted her career to understanding how the brain works, especially the ADHD brain. Shehas published peer-review research papers on decision making, attention, reading and psycholinguistics– all topics relevant to the ADHD experience. Eliza's expertise, passion and dedication to understanding and working with the ADHD brain, in conjuction with her own ADHD experience has afforded her the unique opportunity to help other high performing ADHDers maximize their unique brain chemistry to get sh!t done.

     

    Dr. Nate Page

    Nate Page has some fancy titles (PhD, Licensed Psychologist, Certified Group Psychotherapist), but most of his education on neurodiversity has come through his own journey being diagnosed with ADHD at age 38. He has benefited from professionals (like Dr. Eliza) and peers who have helped him recontextualize his history (with things like perfectionism, imposter syndrome, and social anxiety) under the umbrella of ADHD and rejection sensitive dysphoria. His clinical practice has always centered on group therapy, and in recent years he has found great enjoyment in providing psychological testing for adults wanting to understand their neurodiversity and if they meet diagnostic criteria for ADHD, autism, or specific learning differences.

     

    You can learn more about Nate through websites: grouptherapycentral.com or northfielddynamictherapy.com