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ADHD in Women Workshop Series

ADHD In Women
A Journey of Empowerment and Understanding

Women with ADHD are often underdiagnosed and face unique challenges in managing their complex lives. Our group offers women-focused support, education, and understanding. Our three-part psychoeducation group, “ADHD & Women,” designed specifically for adult women with a personal interest in ADHD. All sessions offer a supportive environment to enhance understanding, education, and peer support.

You can choose to join one or all sessions based on your interests and needs (attending all sessions is recommended). Gain valuable insights and build connections with other like-minded women on a similar journey.

Session Themes:

Session 1 – Executive function and emotional regulation

Session 2 – Treatment awareness, hormones, and lifecycle stages

Session 3 – Self-awareness, identity, and relationships


Date: Thursday, 7th of March, Thursday 14th of March and Thursday 21st of March.   

Time: 6 pm – 8.00 pm ( inc. 30 min break)

Where: Women’s Health & Wellbeing Services. Suite 7, Level 1 Gosnells Community Lotteries House, 2232c Albany Highway Gosnells

Cost: Series of 3 – $75 Concession and $120 General

Light Refreshments: Enjoy a delightful selection of treats as we engage in meaningful conversations and build connections.

  • Increased awareness and understanding of ADHD in women
  • Increased understanding of the challenges and gifts of living with ADHD
  • Peer support and idea-sharing
  • Evidence-based ADHD psychoeducation
  • Increased self-awareness


Serena discovered a few years ago that she has lived with ADHD for over half a century. She was halfway through a Master of Counselling at the time and her research focus became centred on ADHD, particularly in girls and women. As is common with people who have ADHD, Serena is creative (global thinker), open (oversharer), and across the latest research on ADHD/women (hyperfocuses like a boss). She specialises in women’s emotional wellbeing and has more ‘lived experience’ than is necessary.


This event is open to women interested in understanding ADHD. Let’s come together to celebrate the strength and resilience of women with ADHD, empowering each other to thrive in all aspects of life. 

For further information, don’t hesitate to reach out at info@whws.org.au

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