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A novel, neurologically based behavioural treatment to manage symptoms of ADHD

The Problem


  • ADHD brings with it a host of behaviours which seem paradoxical, confusing (to the people with ADHD, as well as to those around them)
  • People with ADHD engage in a variety of behaviours (such as procrastination, novelty seeking, and anxiety) that are "effective" in the short term, but which can have devastating long-term impacts on self-confidence, relationships, career and academic success, and physical and mental health
  • Treatment with medications helps many people with ADHD, but many people cannot take medications because of side effects or health concerns

  • Even with medication, most adults with ADHD continue to struggle with their symptoms
  • Currently, most of the recommended psycho-social treatments are some form of cognitive-behavioural treatment, which may be only minimally effective for some people
  • Many therapists approach ADHD symptoms from a random, behavioural, coaching perspective without having the knowledge of underlying dynamics needed for a longer term and more effective approach


The Solution

… there is another way to conceptualize ADHD behaviours


... you had a better understanding of that different conceptualization


 you had a structured approach to addressing individual symptoms


... you understood how anxiety can be an "adaptive symptom" of ADHD or a separate disorder, and how to treat each differently based on the origin of the anxiety


... you could help clients understand the addictive nature of their ADHD behaviours, and support them in finding better ways to cope

I can help you with that!

Let me Introduce Myself


My name is Linda Tilley. I am:


  • Registered Psychologist in Alberta, Canada
  • Clinical Counseling Hypnotherapist
  • Three decades of counseling experience


  • I have almost 2 decades of experience talking to hundreds of people with ADHD, working with them to understand what was happening and help them to find better strategies


That’s how I developed the A-A-A program

(Okay, I know it sounds like a cheap advertising gimmick, but it isn't - REALLY!)

Adrenaline Addiction in ADHD (A-A-A)

The A-A-A program is an online program offered via live webinars and pre-recorded videos. In includes:
  • Approximately 3 hours of pre-recorded videos (the same ones as offered to clients in the "Client Resources" section of my website)
  • Four weeks of live training to help you understand these concepts at a deeper level and to know how to implement them with clients
  • Specific focus on understanding how the addictive cycles can lead to negative behavioural and health outcomes
  • Discussion of specific challenges you will encounter with clients
  • Strategies to address specific ADHD challenges, including sleep, anxiety, and nutrition

Who This Course is For

  • You are a professional therapist who is interested inlearning more about treating ADHD
  • You feel frustrated at a lack of progress in otherwise highly motivated clients
  • You lack the tools beyond CBT to help ADHD clients address everyday challenges

Get All this for an Investment of


To Register for next offering beginning September 9, 2021:




 Registration closes: August 31, 2021


  • When are Live Webinars held? Live Webinars are held on Thursdays from 6:00 - 7:30-ish (PM) Mountain Standard Time.
  • What qualifications do I need to take the A-A-A course? You need to be a professional mental health therapist who is registered with an appropriate licensing organization. Registered Psychologists, Registered Clinical Social Workers, Psychiatric Nurses, Doctors, or Canadian Clinical Counsellors will all qualify. Others, including registered coaches, can contact me with their qualifications to see if they can take the course.
  • Does A-A-A Qualify for Continuing Education Credits? Not at this time

  • Do I Have to Attend the Live Webinars? No. All live webinars will be recorded and will be available for viewing at any time. In the future, I may apply for approval for CECs, and if you are planning to apply for CECs, you will have to attend the webinars and complete any homework exercises. 

  • How Long Will I Have Access to the Course Material? Once the course is completed you will have access to all of the course materials for one year. You may also download the materials for your own personal use.

  • When will A-A-A be offered next? The next offering of the course starts September 9, 2021. Live classes will be held on Thursdays at 6:30 PM, Mountain time.

  • What Does the Course Cost? The A-A-A course is $287 + applicable tax.

  • What is the Cancellation / Refund policy? Registration can be cancelled up to one week before the course start - you will be refunded the full registration cost minus a $25 administration fee. Refunds will not be offered after the course begins except in very exceptional circumstances

  • How Can I Pay? Payment can be made by Visa, Mastercard, or e-transfer. To pay, hit the "Count Me In" button.

  • How Do I Register? Registration is not open yet. If you wish to be notified when registration is open, contact me and I'll be happy to help you out.

  • What if I Have Other Questions? Hit the "Contact" button below and send me an email - I'll be happy to answer your questions



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