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Parental Mental Health – Facilitating Positive Interdependence
Parental mental health is often an unintentionally overlooked element of children’s mental health. By facilitating a safe space for parents to explore their own mental health, and seek help if needed, can have a positive impact on the child.

This 90-minute session presents a Lived-Experience perspective on pursuing treatment for a parent’s mental health concerns and an ADHD diagnosis. The session will provide insights on how a parent with a late-life diagnosis parents an ADHD child while managing both of their health conditions. The session will also touch on the notion that parents who seek help, at any age, for undiagnosed mental health concerns, can benefit the entire family.

Dec 3, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Leanne Minichillo
Founder @Parental Mental
Leanne is a powerful voice in advocating for an understanding of, and empathy toward, mental health concerns. A 1st Voice perspective from living 40 years with undiagnosed ADHD and its related mental health concerns, and then [still] learning how to parent with it, Leanne encourages a more compassionate future for herself and others by honestly sharing insights and resources through her websites and anonymous public forum, ParentalMental.com Leanne advocates for parents with mental health concerns to help create a better understanding of the struggles that are faced, especially when society is still misinformed about this large, but often ignored segment of our population. As a parent to a child with ADHD, Leanne also works to create awareness about this “invisible” disability, to educate people on its complex symptoms, and strengthen recognition and inclusivity to stop the ignorance and judgement that leads to the rejection and exclusion of those who live with this neurodevelopmental