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ANNOUNCING! A new ADHD teen-parent webinar!

Prepare for – or repair – your relationship with your teen


The latest research shows that parenting an ADHD teen needs to be handled differently than parenting a child with ADHD. You need new tricks and techniques because their brains are doing different things – forming and re-forming. Many parents believe (or hope) that once their children hit their teens, you won’t have to do as much to support them. In fact, the opposite is often true. Teens still need plenty of support but for different reasons and in different ways. The GREAT NEWS is that once you and your teens learn new ways to interact, these new habits will become your new behaviors, replacing those old habits!

Over the past 30+ years, I’ve been a teacher, counselor, mentor, and coach to literally thousands of teens, and I’ve developed a whole mountain of tips, scripts, and strategies to connect with teens, and I want to share them with you and your teen!

Love, Lead, and Launch Your Wonderful ADHD Teen

You’ve mastered the LOVE part, but now you will learn how to combine LOVE with LEADING and LAUNCHING your teen into adulthood.


You’re a good fit for this webinar if:

  • Your tween or teen is having an increasingly harder time at school
  • You and your teen have a communication gap
  • You want to be prepared for the future
  • You’d like to participate in a class with your tween or teen
  • You’re not sure what you want but you know you need some help parenting your ADHD child or teen

Here’s what you get with LOVE, LEAD, LAUNCH:

  • FOUR 30-minute webinars, with all 4 recordings and all 4 PowerPoint slide shows
  • THREE 1-hour open Q & A sessions, also recorded (If you can’t attend, you can email questions for me to answer)
  • TWO+ “tickets” for the price of one. Your purchase is an invitation for your teens to join us! They can listen to the webinar, ask questions at the Q & A sessions, or just listen in quietly!
  • ONE pdf copy of “How To Train Your Parents in 6-1/2 Days,” a Mom’s Choice Award winner, written by Margit

You don’t have to actually attend live; all the recordings and info will be emailed to you.

The LOVE, LEAD, LAUNCH topics we’ll cover:

  • How to lead the changes you’re going through, at school, in your relationships, with yourself (both for parents and teens)
  • How to have a conversation at the end of which you both feel heard, understood, and respected
  • How to create some new behavior expectations that take into account both your needs
  • Why it’s so important to make choices that fit you, and not just those that “most people” choose.
  • How to power up your responsibility muscles (for teens and parents)
  • How to let go of what’s not working and be courageous enough to make changes that are effective AND true to you and your values.
  • School accommodations and tricks that will make school and homework easier
  • How to plan for launching your teen into the post-high school world
  • What to expect after launching your teen into the world
  • And, anything else you bring to the conversation during our Q & A calls

The classes will be held – via phone or computer – as follows:

30-minute webinars, held at 6pm Pacific Time on July 7, 14, 21, and 28
>>>(These sessions will be recorded so no worries if you can’t attend).

1-hour open Question and Answer time, held at 7pm, Pacific Time on July 12, 19, and 26.
Come with your questions – or email them to me – and I’ll give you some answers!
>>>(These sessions will ALSO be recorded).


-Normally, this would cost $400.
-But, it’s only $97 for you UNTIL JUNE 23
(after June 23, the price for this webinar will be $197)



It is very likely that your teens will not jump at the chance to participate in this webinar. Here’s what I suggest: Don’t push it. Ask your teens to just listen in. Tell them that you will do all the work, and that if they want to join in, that’s fine. And remind them that they can send in anonymous questions and I’ll answer them during the Q & A calls, without using their names. Everything is recorded. All you have to do, dear Parent, is forward the recordings to your teen. Don’t let your teens reluctance or resistance stop you from getting the information you need.

xo, Margit

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