Couples show up in your office stuck in a tug of war -- neither partner is happy.
Without specific strategies to shift this dynamic, you’ll get stuck in the same unwinnable battles – and if you’re not looking for ADHD in one of the partners, you could be missing the boat!
Explicitly addressing ADHD (including the other partner’s response to it) is the change agent for successful therapy!
ADHD exacerbates the universal struggles that every couple faces, so learning to work more effectively with these couples will make you more effective with all your couples.
Join Ari Tuckman, PsyD, CST, in this fresh look at how to move couples forward in therapy:
- Overcome ADHD’s mindset traps
- Escape the dynamics of the over- and under-functioner
- Create more sustainable agreements
- Negotiate each partner’s desires and needs
- Once again reap the many benefits of a satisfying sex life
Don’t miss out on learning from one of the few experts in both ADHD and sex therapy!
Ari Tuckman, Psy.D, CST, Psychologist, Private Practice
Ari Tuckman, PsyD, CST is a psychologist, certified sex therapist, and ADHD expert.
He is the author of four books on adult ADHD, including his most recent book, ADHD After Dark: Better Sex Life, Better Relationship, which is the first to explore how ADHD impacts a couple’s sex life ad relationship – and how to improve both. He has also written several book chapters and is a frequent author for ADHD-related publications, including ADDitude Magazine, and Attention Magazine. His Sex Matters blog on PsychologyToday.com covers general sexuality topics, as well as how ADHD impacts sex and relationships.
He is a popular and dynamic presenter who routinely earns excellent reviews for his ability to make complex concepts understandable and useful. He has given more than 400 presentations to professionals and members of the public, across America and in Sweden, Turkey, Greece, Mexico, England, Spain, Denmark, Canada, and Iceland.
He has appeared on CNN, National Public Radio, and XM Radio and been quoted in The New York Times, USA Today, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, USnews.com, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Men’s Health, and many other media outlets. He is a former board member and current conference committee co-chair for CHADD, the national ADHD advocacy organization.
Financial: Ari Tuckman maintains a private practice. He is an author and receives royalties. Dr. Tuckman receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Ari Tuckman is the conference committee co-chair for CHADD.