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Understanding ADHD & Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

October 1 @ 5:00 pm 6:30 pm

Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria, known as RSD, is an intense emotional response triggered by the perception of rejection, criticism or failure. Join our talk to understand how RSD manifests for those with ADHD, and how to put safety measures in place to work on regulating your emotions. From identifying triggers, coping strategies and boundary setting, we aim to provide a space to heal and overcome RSD.

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Alex Conner is a consultant in ADHD support and education. He was the Director of Taught Post-Graduate Education and a Reader in Biomedical Science Education at the University of Birmingham Medical School until last year when he became a full-time ADHD consultant and coach. He also has ADHD and was diagnosed as an adult.

In 2021, Alex won a National Teaching Fellowship for a non-directive coaching approach to teaching technical, medical education and is the Chair of the charity “ADHDadultUK” advocating and supporting for adults with ADHD. He also co-hosts the most popular ADHD podcast in the UK, “The ADHD Adults” with Professor James Brown. Alex gives talks and writes articles on ADHD, including for the THES, The Independent and Medical News Today.


⭐ Thank you so much- I have got so much from this and you’ve helped me so much. – Hannah B.

⭐ It felt like a really great session with well rounded knowledge and it felt like a safe space with a safe speaker who genuinely cared and understood the shared experience. – Anon.

⭐ Great balance of science and discussion. I have learned so much and felt part of an incredibly supportive group. Alex presented in a way that met the needs of the group and shared so many observations to help with understanding the content. Hoping there might be more! -Anon.


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