support for parents of children who have ADhd

Joyful Journeys:

Parenting the Child who has ADHD

What You Can Expect
Empowerment, Confidence, and Hope for Child’s Future and Your Ability to Support Them on Their Journey



  • Moms
  • Dads
  • Grandparents
  • Foster Parents
  • Education
  • Skill Building
  • Support
  • Validation
  • Realistic and Effective Strategies


You are the right parent for your amazing child. You both deserve the support you need.

Both you and your child need support.

Education, Processing, and Skill Building in a Supportive Group Setting

01 Normalizing the Experience

You aren’t alone! Parenting a child with ADHD can be challenging. Learn with and from one another in a safe and welcoming space.

02 Repairing Self-Esteem Wounds

Your child isn’t lazy, “slack”, untrustworthy, or incapable. Together we will find out who they really are and build their self-esteem We will also explore how their ADHD affects your parenting confidence.

03 Strengthening Social Skills

We are social creatures (including the introverts) and kids with ADHD need your support in learning how to form and maintain relationships. As their parent, their friendships affect you too.

04 Emotional Regulation

Impulsivity of emotions rarely works well. We’ll explore what to do when your child’s emotions are running high and what to do if your emotions are taking flight with theirs.

05 Skills for Success

Together we will learn tricks and tips to make life easier, more effective, and more efficient for your child. I don’t mean enabling-I mean scaffolding in preparation for them to stand without you.

06 Building Your Toolbox

The tools we build will transfer to everyday life and be adjustable to the different ages and transitions your child (and you) will face.

07 Communicating and Advocating

Now that you know how amazing and talented your child is and what they need to thrive, it’s time to help your child learn how and when to speak up for themselves and how you can do this with confidence until they are ready to do it for themselves.

How Does it Work?

Weekly Virtual Group Sessions

We meet weekly on Tuesdays from 1:30-2:30 pm via a HIPAA-compliant zoom.



$50/session for an 8 week commitment (Total: $400. You may pay weekly or in advance for the full group. You are responsible for the full cost even if you miss a session).


I do not file insurance for this group. You may pay with a HSA card.


Members of the group are required to respect the confidentiality of the other group members. Before joining the group, you will review and sign the group policies and these will be reviewed at each session. This is a safe space to grow together.

Getting Started

Join the Waitlist-this allows me to ensure we have adequate participation and group members will be a good fit for one another.
Complete the Pre-Screen Forms-this allows me to make sure the content and processing included will meet your needs.
Mark Your Calendar-be sure to show up each week. I can‘t wait to meet you!

Heather Herman

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, ADHD-CCSP
Heather is a parent with both lived experience with ADHD and over 20 years of experience treating ADHD with therapy and medication management.
She has also completed the ADHD Certified Professional Training to treat parents, educators, and children with ADHD symptoms.
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