ADHD and Trauma – Matt Miller

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ADHD and Trauma – Matt Miller

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Not available for individual sale - hosted on HWY for ADHD and Women event attendees.

ADHD and Trauma 

ADHD is talked about all the time but not well understood. Our sister Organisation set up a seminar to try and change that. Matt Miller spoke about ADHD and Trauma. In his presentation he spoke about the similarities, differences and some tips on how to find a mental health professional who’s able to help you manage both.

HWY is a sister organisation to Women’s Health and Wellbeing Services, we have been supporting the mental and emotional wellbeing of families since 1994.

What this ADHD and Trauma course offers:

  • A personal account of how inattentive ADHD can present
  • Origins of Symptoms 
  • Diagnosis 
  • Comorbidities 
  • ADHD vs. Trauma 
  • Others Strengths and Passions of ADHD Individuals 
  • Intervention Approaches 

Trauma is an emotional response to an intense event that threatens or causes harm. The harm can be physical or emotional, real or perceived, and it can be a threat to yourself or someone close to you. Trauma can be the result of a single event, or it can result from exposure to multiple events over time.

Potentially traumatic events may include but are not limited to:

  • Abuse (physical, sexual, or emotional)
  • Neglect
  • Poverty
  • Being separated from or loosing a loved one
  • Bullying
  • Witnessing harm to a loved one or pet (e.g., domestic or community violence)
  • Natural disasters or accidents e.g. Australian bushfires, floods, car crashes etc.

Key topics:

  • What is ADHD
  • How is it similar to trauma, depression and anxiety
  • How is it different to trauma, depression and anxiety
  • Discussions of holistic treatment approaches
  • Signs and symptoms


This course includes:

  • Over 1 hour recording from our ADHD in Women Seminar

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