Melissa Orlov - ‘Just Right’ - Creating a Relationship That Meets the Needs of Both ADHD and Non - ADHD Partners

Ms. Orlov is most known for her award-winning books on marriage counseling for couples affected by ADHD. 

She’ll be sharing the exact same strategies she has used to help hundreds of families affected by ADHD to resolve their marital conflicts, without exploding into irreconcilable fights.

But what impresses me most about Ms. Orlov is the depth of her knowledge and fluidity, which allows her to confidently speak about any aspect of the family dynamic and recommend coaching strategies to improve executive functions.

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ADHD and non-ADHD people can be quite different—in physiology, how they are in the world, problem-solving, backgrounds, skillsets, and much more.​

Plus, there are ADHD symptoms and non-ADHD reactions to those symptoms. With all these differences it can be hard to feel heard and valued within family relationships.

In this session, Melissa Orlov will provide insights and tools based on over a decade of experience working with families affected by ADHD. These can help you create responsive relationships that accommodate the needs of the parent with ADHD without overlooking those of the non-ADHD family members.

She will focus mostly on marital relationships while highlighting how these affect the children.She’ll answer questions such as: How much accommodation of ADHD is too much? How do you get our own opinions heard when you disagree? How can the family cope with the difficult behaviors of the partner with ADHD? and more.

She is the founder of ADHDmarriage.com, a marriage consultant, a top expert in how ADHD affects relationships, and an award-winning author.

She has been writing and speaking about the topic since 2007 and researching it since 2005. She teaches couples, therapists, counselors and coaches about how ADHD impacts relationships and offers private counseling to couples who wish to improve their ADHD-impacted relationships.

Her very popular couples seminar (by phone) has helped many struggling couples turn relationships around. Melissa blogs for ADHDmarriage.com, Psychology Today, and guest writes for many others.

She wrote the Your Relationships column for ADDitude Magazine from 2008-2014.

She is the author of The ADHD Effect on Marriage, which was awarded "Best Psychological Book of 2010" by ForeWord Reviews. And, her latest book, The Couple's Guide to Thriving with ADHD, with Nancie Kohlenberger won three book awards, including best psychology book of 2014.

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