ADHD and the importance of self-esteem

For children and adults with ADHD self-esteem can be negatively affected. Self-esteem is the feeling that you are worthy, you trust yourself and trust your abilities and efforts.

This can make it harder to take appropriate risks in friendships and relationships, education, careers, and the workplace. In this workshop we will explore how to recognize self-esteem in everyday life from childhood to adulthood, the signs of low self-esteem and how to support it in children and adults.

Tuesday 20 February 2024 - 19 h 00


Peter Gantous, Clinical Psychologist

Intended for:

Parents/Adults with ADHD/Intervention workers and professionals


Free for members. Annual membership: $10


Virtual Meeting - Live event. Replay available for 7 days following the date of the event.

conference topics

Conferences mainly discuss topics that are relevant to persons with ADHD. However, the supporting strategies which are presented could be beneficial to many other audiences. Please contact us at [email protected] if you have an idea for a topic that could make an interesting conference.

Become a Member

It doesn’t matter if you’ve been diagnosed with ADHD or not, or whether you live in the Basses-Laurentides region or not; if you’re interested in our services, you can become a member! The membership cost is $10 for the season.