In conjunction with the BC Psychological Association and BC ADHD Awareness Week, The Vancouver Psychology Centre is proud to present therapist Dr. Noah Susswein Tuesday October 27th, 7-8pm. Community Room – Adler University (1090 West Georgia Street, Vancouver).

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ADHD is best understood as a mismatch between a person and certain aspects of his or her environment. And there are many effective options for changing both individuals and environments to achieve a better fit between the two.

Dr. Noah Susswein treats children, youth, and adults at the Vancouver Psychology Centre. He has been involved with mental health research, assessment, and treatment for over 15 years in a variety of settings including medical schools, community mental health centres, and inpatient psychiatric facilities. Whether working with children or adults, Dr. Susswein uses a strength-based approach that emphasizes self-awareness and courage.

Dr. Susswein is a therapist at Vancouver Psychology Centre’s West Vancouver office and provides dynamic 1:1 sessions for kids, teens and adults. He has a keen interest in digging into the research and psychological and philosophical underpinnings of social issues that affect individuals in the complex world in which we live.

More details here.

Have a look at Dr. Sussewein’s site for parents where he talks about differences between having empathy and showing empathy and how to do it effectively as a parent

Making Sense of ADHD Free Talk By Dr. Noah Susswein

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