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Building the Confidence to Manage Anxiety, ADHD, and Executive Function

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Jennifer Erickson, PhD, LPC
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 Managing Anxiety, ADHD, and Executive Function
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Anxiety and Depression
Tuesday, April 05, 2022 9:30 am
- 10:00 am ET

Conversations around your mental health may include a lot of terminology that confuses you or leaves you with even more questions. What do these terms you mean for you and your mental health journey? In this webinar, we will help you have a better understanding on what anxiety, ADHD, and executive functioning and how they may be intertwined. You’ll walk away with guidance on self-acceptance, how to build your cognitive muscles to manage your ADHD and anxiety and find the best treatment options for you. 

Presenter(s) Biography

Jennifer Erickson, PhD, LPC

 Jennifer Erickson, PhD, LPC

Jennifer Erickson has a doctorate in Health Psychology as well as a masters in Mental Health Counseling. She is a licensed professional counselor in both Virginia and Florida. She is a Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional and a Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Professional. 

Jennifer has a private practice, Anxiety and Wellness Counseling, where she focused on helping people recovery from anxiety disorders, build executive function, and learn skills to help with ADHD. Additionally, Jennifer if focused on helping people with Health and Wellness issues such as living with medical illnesses, weight stabilization, and health improvement.

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