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The Neurodiversity Movement: A Social Worker’s Curiosity about Adult ADHD
There are a wide range of differences in the connection between our brains and bodies, known as our neurology. There is no “normal” way for our neurology to be expressed. This is neurodiversity. This webinar will introduce the guiding concepts of the Neurodiversity Movement, from the perspective of a Registered Social Worker with late-diagnosed ADHD.  We will look at Adult ADHD beyond the DSM criteria, and how neurodivergent identities connect to neuroscience and the disability rights movement.  We will then explore tools, tips. and takeaways to support Registered Social Workers in their work with the Adult ADHDers of the neurodivergent community. 

This Webinar is FREE for Ontario Registered Social Workers (RSW), Registered Social Service Workers (RSSW) and Students of Social Work and Social Service Work Programs. Please note: If you are not an RSW, RSSW or student of these programs in Ontario, you may still attend but will be charged a nominal fee of $40.

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Jun 24, 2022 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Krista Carlin (she/her)
BA/BSW, MSW, ADHD-CCSP, RSW and Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance (CADDRA) Member
Krista Carlin (she/her) is a Registered Social Worker, ADHD Certified Clinical Services Provider and the Founder of The Curious Collective, a virtual psychotherapy practice based in Ontario, Canada. While she is a solo practice owner for now, she has dreams of connecting clients and clinicians to the larger collective of people who are passionate about neurodivergent activism and advocacy. Krista provides ADHD-adapted psychotherapy using several evidenced-based therapies with an emphasis on social justice. She works from an attachment-focused lens that is informed by Interpersonal Neurobiology and Polyvagal Theory. She tends to use Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Internal Family Systems-Informed Talk Therapy and Narrative Therapy.