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Workshop at the Pub The Star of Kings.

  • The Star of Kings

    126 York Way London, Greater London, N1 0AX (near King's Cross Station), London (map)

    51.536720 -0.121948

  • Upstairs Past Large room, past kitchen then smaller meeting room on right.

  • Last workshop went really well, we had some introductions a break and then a positive/negative talking exercise based on a heading synopsis based on the book “Taking charge of Adult ADHD", all moderated with a talking ball, and three minute timer. 

    The session is held in a private room of the pub The Star of King’s after the canal behind King’s Cross station, located at the back of the second floor , not the large room, which makes for a cosy location and very discreet.

    I think this is excellent therapy as we can share in a more comftable way things that impact us, some very similar, some new.

    I have some notes on :

     Oppositional Defiant Disorder in adults
     Borderline Personality Disorder

    which I can quickly run through, obviously cannot give a clinical diagnosis, but you can reference the core symptoms and see wether they are a component or prominent, both are “supposedly” treatable unlike ADHD.

    Actually just referencing and seeing how mostly “normal" you are and bounding your ADHD, is probably going to be the major healing aspect of the workshop. Not letting your “symptoms” wander then overwhelm you, but just seeing that you are on a spectrum of everday coping can cool the sense of unsurmountable chaos, plus get to understand the amazing aspects or competencies of ADHD neural diversity.


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  • Peter
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    Hi, I was diagnosed with ADHD at 40, wow a bit late. Life was and is still challenging but now I... more

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