Doing ADHD Differently

A skills-based Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy group program

Do you have ADHD symptoms and are wanting to learn practical skills and strategies to help manage any difficulties that you may have? Then this group may be for you!

Join our next group, starting Wednesday 20th March 2024, run by Clinical Psychologists Dr Tayla Degan & Kelly Tow.

This group is for you if:

  • You have recently received a diagnosis of ADHD, and/or have not received therapy/support specifically for ADHD previously
  • You want to learn skills and strategies to manage difficulties associated with ADHD
  • You want to connect with and learn alongside others who you can relate to and who have had similar experiences
  • You want to engage in more helpful thinking patterns to improve your overall mental health
  • You are determined to take a strengths-based approach to managing ADHD
  • You are ready to show yourself the same kindness and compassion you show towards others when it comes to living with ADHD


  • Topics include: planning, organisation, time management, procrastination, emotion regulation, adaptive thinking, managing impulsivity, communication, and improving relationships.
  • 6-week group program for adults experiencing ADHD symptoms
  • Based on Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy and using a strengths-based approach
  • Learn skills and strategies for managing ADHD
  • 1 x session per week for 2 hours (after work hours)
  • Run via Telehealth (Zoom) so you can attend from anywhere within Australia
  • Maximum of 10 people per group
  • Each client receives a beautifully designed Client Workbook to support their learning with over 100 pages of educational content, activities, space for reflection, and summaries of skills and strategies.
  • Date & Time: Next group commencing Wednesday 20th March 2024 at 6.00pm-8.00pm (NSW time).
  • Investment: $600 total to be paid upon registration
  • Please note this group will be run by Clinical Psychologists Dr Tayla Degan & Kelly Tow, as Kendall Allsop is currently on maternity leave.

About the group:

Doing ADHD Differently is a six-week group therapy program for adults (18 years and over) experiencing difficulties associated with ADHD. The group also targets associated mental health issues, such as anxiety, low mood, and poor self-esteem.

The program aims to address concerns related to ADHD and provide practical skills and strategies to help manage associated difficulties. The program is derived from evidence-based cognitive-behavioural therapy principles.

Topics include; adaptive thinking, organisation, planning, managing procrastination, problem-solving, enhancing attention and memory, emotion regulation, self-care, managing impulsivity, communication and improving relationships.

The group also provides a valuable opportunity to connect with others who share similar experiences. 

While the group is open to anyone who has received (or is being assessed for) a diagnosis of ADHD, we find the group is most beneficial to those who are relatively new on their journey to understanding and managing ADHD.