The ADHD Clinic

1849 Yonge Street

Suite 711

Toronto, ON M4S 1Y2

tel 416 304 1779

fax 416 304 0257



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Mindful Parenting, Resilient Children

Mindful Parenting, Resilient Children

A 4-week Therapy Program

with Dr. M. Lee Freedman 

This 4-week course is an introduction to the principles and practices of mindful parenting with an emphasis on the unique challenges of raising a child or teen with attention regulation challenges. The course will explore ways for parents to manage the stress associated with raising a child with ADHD, to practice attention and emotion regulation skills in order to help their children learn to self-regulate, and to be present with themselves and their children in both joyful and difficult times.  Through interactive discussion and mindfulness practice exercises, parents in program will begin to experience and learn skills to manage parental stress, practices to respond wisely, calmly, and compassionately to parenting challenges.


Wednesday/November 5/2014

Wednesday/November 12/2014

Wednesday/November 19/2014

Wednesday/November 26/2014


10:00 am – 12:00pm


Suite 711 – 1849 Yonge Street

Toronto M4S 1Y2

Registration is OPEN for parents

but parents are asked to call (416) 304-1779 in order to book a screening appointment

About Dr. Freedman:

Dr. M. Lee Freedman is a Toronto-based psychiatrist with over 30 years of clinical experience with children, adolescents, adults and families. Dr. Freedman integrates mindfulness training into individual, family and group therapy; she also teaches mindfulness workshops to parents, teachers and healthcare professionals. She is currently a member of the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto in the AMM (Applied Mindfulness Meditation) program and also at the Centre for Mindfulness Studies in Toronto.

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Why are all your consultant psychiatrists so old?

October 25, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterMavis

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