What’s your wish for 2018? If you really want to make it happen, one of my Seattle ADHD groups can help. Get regular doses of inspiration, information, and feedback to keep you on track.
TRACTION groups offer a supportive space in which to better understand your ADHD-related traits and connect with others who are similarly wired. You’ll learn to embrace your strengths, mitigate challenges, and get more of what you want out of life.
Over the past 16 years, hundreds of people have participated in my face-to-face ADHD group classes. With their feedback, I’ve been able to fine-tune a sequence of information and exploration that really gets results.
I feel less defined by and defeated by my ADHD traits. I’m seeing the positive traits that go with the ADHD wiring. (Fall 2016 group participant)
Rather than traditional support groups, these groups have a flexible, collaborative structure in which you can focus on increasing your self-knowledge and practicing strategies. Confidential sharing within each group helps encourage accountability and break down isolation.
This ADHD thing is bigger than I thought – not in a bad way. Now that I’m understanding the big picture of ADHD, I’m much better at creating strategies that work for me where I am. (Fall 2016 group participant)
See class descriptions and schedules below. Scroll to the bottom for details about registration, costs, and location.
Winter session dates updated 12-10-2017
Start here if you’re new to my groups. TRACTIONbasic, previously called Life Strategies 101, will help you gain a deep understanding of what ADHD is and what it isn’t. You’ll have the opportunity to explore your own unique wiring, and you’ll gather and practice strategies for managing your challenges and making the most of your strengths.
Winter 2018: 8 sessions on Friday evenings, 4:30 – 6:30pm
- Jan 12, 19, 26
- Feb 2, 16, 23
- Mar 2, 9
TRACTIONbootcamp is for those who have completed at least one TRACTIONbasic group. You’ll continue using group support to maintain your momentum toward living successfully with your own brand of ADHD. Together we’ll develop our strategies and skills. Create space for creativity, inspiration and action in your life!
Winter 2018: 8 sessions on Wednesday evenings, 5-7pm
- January 10, 17, 24, 31
- February 14, 21, 28
- March 7
Winter 2017: 8 sessions on Thursday evenings, 5 – 7pm
- January 11, 18, 25
- February 1, 15, 22
- March 1, 8
(Click on “Workshops” and select the series you’d like to join.)
Costs & Insurance Coverage
These groups are insurance eligible. I (Don Baker, MA, LMHC) am a provider with Premera, Regence, and sub-plans of both. Many plans cover some of the cost of the group.
If you are not using health insurance, full payment for all sessions will be collected prior to the first session. All groups cost $65 per session.
All sessions are held at my Lake Union office: 1836 Westlake Ave N, Suite 303A, Seattle WA 98109.
If you have any trouble signing up, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. I will be happy to help you!
I’ve been leading groups of adults living with the traits of ADHD for more than 15 years. I am a licensed counselor in the state of Washington, and I received my own diagnosis of ADHD in 1997. I am passionate about sharing cutting edge information about ADHD wiring and helping people with ADHD connect with others in their “tribe.”