Are you a high-functioning professional with ADHD who’s constantly struggling to stay on top of scheduling, laundry, and other day-to-day tasks?

Much of the advice on managing ADHD is aimed toward children/teens and tends to focus mostly on difficulty focusing and hyperactivity.

However, we know that ADHD often presents in a much different way amongst adult women and can look like: always running late, struggling to start boring tasks, impulsivity, and difficulty with emotional regulation.

These issues are often invisible, and those struggling usually appear put together and successful on the surface yet feel like a mess internally! The purpose of this group is to connect women who can support one another with these invisible struggles.

This intimate group of up to 8 participants aims to build a welcoming, consistent, and safe community. We will gather tips from one another and laugh along the way!

As members of a process group, participants will mainly share highs, lows, questions, and feedback with one another. When time allows, the facilitator will occasionally lead conversations on topics such as executive functioning, emotional regulation, organization, impulsivity, rejection sensitivity, and time management.


All women and non-binary adults 18+ welcome


Rolling/open admission

Meets virtually on Wednesdays from 7-8pm


Virtually on Zoom  (HIPAA-compliant version)


$50 for an initial 15-30 minute consultation and then $100 per session

Registration and Inquiries

To sign up or learn more, contact Callie Dyer (

About the Facilitator

Callie Dyer
Callie Dyer, Licensed Professional Counselor
Callie has been running therapeutic groups since 2017 and is passionate about the unique support they provide. Callie uses an integrative approach which combines evidence-based treatment interventions from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing, and Solution-focused frameworks to help support clients. Callie’s goal is to encourage you to uncover your strengths, advocate for your needs, and meet your unique goals – so you can show up fully in work, school, home, and social life.