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A support group for adults with adhD to find balance, support, and learn useful skills 

Adult ADHD Support Group

For those who would like to connect with other like minded people with ADHD or ADHD symptoms, and build a sense of community / support.
Group Hug of several adults in a huddle coming together for ADHD support. In group counseling in Colorado you can learn more about your ADHD symptoms and how to approach life better.

if you have been:

  • Struggling to stay on task or finish projects

  • Stressed because you are falling behind at work due to low motivation or feeling bored

  • Having trouble in relationships because of forgetfulness or impulsivity

  • Anxious or depressed with low self-esteem, always comparing yourself to others

Our Adult ADHD Support Group is the most effective way to take you from feeling lost and frustrated to:

  • Creating more effective routines, strategies and skills so you can get things done

  • Feeling more balanced and in control of events in your life

  • Improving your self-confidence without sacrificing your boundaries

  • Understanding how ADHD impacts all realms of your daily life so you can thrive

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Meet our Adult ADHD sUpport Group Facilitators:

Hi! We're Marie Clyne and Kristen Dammer, therapists and ADHD specialists. We know what it's like to live with ADHD, and we can see the struggles in others. Learning to manage better in the world with our totally awesome neurodivergent brains takes time and support, and we can help you get there.

What to expect from an Adult ADHD Support Group:

Small Groups:

We keep our group sizes small, and the ADHD Support Group will ever only have up to 6 people per group. We do this so that you can get the most out of your group experience. A small group size also lets you get to know the other group members more deeply.

Closed Group:

The ADHD Support Group is not designed as a drop-in group. Every week you will see the same group members in your group. We believe this helps to facilitate more meaningful connections amongst members, which helps you feel less alone.

meets every other week:

This ADHD Support Group meets every other week and is ongoing. You are invited to stay in the group for as long as it's beneficial for you. We believe that you will get the most benefit from the group by committing to attending a minimum of 10-12 sessions. Although, some people stay in our groups for a year or longer!

support group:

Our group facilitators strive to maintain a positive and supportive group atmosphere for everyone in our ADHD Support Group. Come together to talk with others who actually understand what you're going through! In the group we will discuss topics such as strategies to perform at your best at work, how to educate family members and friends about ADHD, and talk about how to channel your strengths.

Online Group:

The ADHD Support Group is an online group. So that means that the day of your group session you will be sent a login link, and all you need to do to join is to click the link. We know that online groups offer the flexibility you need while cutting down on your commute time. And, please ensure you have a safe and confidential space to join the group session.

6 adults in an ADHD Support Group in Colorado sitting in chairs and raising their hands. They are smiling and happy after getting group counseling.

unsure if an Adult ADHD SUpport group can help?

Um  yes. How can you remember to show up for a group when it's hard to be on-time for any appointments? For sure, groups can be intimidating and anxiety-provoking. Meeting a bunch of people you don't know can definitely rev up your engine! The thing is, every other person who is joining this group likely feels the same way. We do talk about our anxiety in joining a group during the group session itself, as a way to develop shared experiences and promote connection between group members.


So research shows that group counseling is as effective as individual counseling for a variety of issues, including ADHD. We've even written articles on this. Read our blog 3 Ways Group Counseling Can Improve Your Relationships.

You may still be hesitant to join our ADHD Support Group, or unsure how this group can help you. If so, you can contact us for a free 20 minute phone consultation. Our caring Scheduling Coordinator will work with you to determine if the ADHD Support Group is the best fit for you, or if individual counseling may also be recommended

At Catalyss Counseling, we strongly believe that group support can help you learn more about your ADHD symptoms. Some other benefits of joining our ADHD Support Group include connecting with others who are experiencing similar issues so you don't feel so alone, getting a built-in support system, and joining the online group from the comfort of your own home. Yes, we know this process is hard, so make it a bit easier on yourself by trying out this group!

Other Therapy Services Offered by Catalyss Counseling:

Group counseling for ADHD can help you get on top of your troublesome symptoms. We believe the ADHD Support Group is a great way to get the caring support you need right now. But we also know that group counseling may not be the only treatment you want, and we want to meet all your counseling needs throughout Colorado. Our caring therapists also provide individual anxiety treatment, depression counseling, grief and loss therapy, caregiver stress, online therapy, and more. Our therapists also specialize in trauma and PTSD, EMDR for Trauma, pregnancy, postpartum depression and anxiety, birth trauma, and pregnancy loss. In addition, we offer many other types of group counseling for different types of issues. We look forward to connecting with you to start your journey towards healing today.

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