Therapist Directed Support Groups for Parents of Kids with ADD and ADHD

Parenting a child with symptoms of ADD or ADHD can be exhausting.  Parents of kids with ADD or ADHD often feel like they have to constantly intervene at school or at home between these kids and the consequences society wants to give them for poor performance.  These parents spend a lot of time in IEP meetings wondering if the school wants to help their child or just kick him out of school.

This therapist-directed class is for parents of children diagnosed with ADD or ADHD; or for parents of kids who have symptoms of those diagnoses.  This class is for parents who are tired, frustrated, or exhausted with their child’s behaviors and who are seeking answers as to what they can do to help their child become successful.

In this class, parents can share their hopes, dreams, and frustrations regarding their child’s diagnosis and behaviors in an open and safe environment with other parents who understand because they are dealing with the same types of behaviors.

In this class, parents can discuss with other parents what has worked and what hasn’t worked with their child.  Topics such as:

  • medication
  • behavior modification
  • non-medication alternatives
  • rewards
  • punishments
  • consequences
  • problem solving
  • time management
  • emotional regulations
  • sensory processing

and many others often surface during the class.


The cost: $195 for 4 weeks for a parent/couple.

The Location: 3048 E. Baseline Rd. Ste. 108, Mesa, AZ 85204.

The Time: Please see the class schedule to find out when the next time this class will be taught.

The Facilitator: the group is facilitated by Shiloh Lundahl, LCSW.  Shiloh is an independently licensed therapist who specializes in working with children and families.  As a child, Shiloh was diagnosed with ADD and he had to learned many coping skills to help him become successful in school and in life.  He now helps his 6-year-old daughter learn how to manage the symptoms of disorganization and poor time management in order to help her become successful in school and at home.  He works with children, teens, and families to help them understand the disorder and to learn effective strategies to become successful in spite of the challenges that ADD and ADHD can bring to an individual and his or her family.

Registration: in order to register for the class, please contact Shiloh Lundahl, LCSW, through the contact form on the contact page.  Or, you may call him at 602-492-5055.