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Upcoming Speaking Events

Our coaches are currently accepting speaking engagements and developing their calendars for 2023 and 2024. Please contact us if you are interested in having us speak at your event, be a guest on your podcast, be a guest author, develop training for your organization, or present a CLE (Continuing Legal Education).

July 22, 2023

ADHD: The Superpower and Challenge Facing 1 in 10 Attorneys

with Casey Dixon, Emily Whelden, and Estelle Winsett, Director of Professional Development at Butler Snow
12.5% of attorneys have ADHD compared to 5% of the general population. Using a case study and interactive discussion, participants will learn what ADHD is, how it shows up in the legal field, how it gives individual attorneys unique strengths and challenges, and how it broadly impacts law firms. Participants will leave with specific strategies for engaging firm leadership and for supporting individual attorneys who may be struggling.

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Recent Speaking Events

May 10, 2023

The Double Whammy of Chronic Illness and ADHD

with Emily Whelden

ADDA Webinar (Attention Deficit Disorder Association) [live virtual webinar]

Did you know that people with ADHD are at greater risk of developing chronic illness? Having a chronic illness impacts ADHD and ADHD impacts chronic illness. Having ADHD makes consistent performance more difficult because of impaired executive functions: remembering details, making choices, establishing self-supportive habits, organizing information, planning. Adding in a chronic illness, which also makes consistent performance difficult is a double whammy for many with ADHD. In the presentation, we discuss how you can better manage your ADHD in order to improve chronic illness health outcomes by making changes in your habits, via tracking and by talking to and advocating with your healthcare providers.

April 2023

Mysterious Paradox of Being a High Achiever with ADHD with Casey Dixon

ADDA Webinar (Attention Deficit Disorder Association) [live virtual webinar]

April 2023

The ADHD Self-Compassion Challenge for High Achievers with Casey Dixon

Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast [live and recorded podcast]

March 2023

Neurodiversity and ADHD in the Legal Field with Casey Dixon

LegalFuel [podcast]

March 2023

Neurodiversity and ADHD in the Legal Field with Casey Dixon and Emily Whelden

Stoel Rives [CLE virtual event]

March 2023

Master Your ADHD Love for Urgency without Burning Yourself Out! with Casey Dixon

ADHD Women's Palooza [virtual event]

February 2023

ADHD: The Intersection of Mindfulness, Self-awareness and Activation

Attention Talk Radio with Jeff Copper [podcast]

January 2023

Going from Bad to Badass

ADD Crusher Virtual Summit with Alan Brown [virtual event]

November 2022

The Double Whammy of Chronic Illness and ADHD (Casey Dixon and Emily Whelden)

Navigating the Complexities of ADHD and Burnout (Casey Dixon)

The Annual International Conference on ADHD (CHADD Conference)  [live and virtual conference]

October 2022

The ADHD Trifecta: Creating Motivation toward Action

Denver Metro CHADD Meeting [live virtual webinar]

 

October 2022

TADD Talks:

Unlock Your Executive Functions with A Single Key (Casey Dixon)

The Secret Sauce for Maximizing your Working Memory (Roxanne Turner)

(Attention Deficit Disorder Association) [recorded event]

August 2022
Master Your Love for Urgency without Burning Yourself Out!

ADDA Webinar (Attention Deficit Disorder Association) [live virtual webinar]

April 2022

How High Achievers with ADHD Can Minimize Distractions

Overcoming Distraction Podcast with David Greenwood [recorded podcast]

March 2022

The Double Whammy of Chronic Illness and ADHD in Women

Casey Dixon &  Emily Whelden

ADHD Women's Palooza [recorded event]

March 2022

Breaking Free of the Burnout Blues with Casey Dixon

Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast [recorded podcast]

October 2021

TADD Talks: A Hero's Journey. From Doctorate to Diagnosis with Melanie Sobocinski

February 2021

Attorney Well-Being: How to Gain Control and Competence During Times of Uncertainty

K & L Gates Under the Wire CLE Webinar [live virtual webinar / CLE event]

 

December 2020

The ADHD Trifecta: Creating Motivation toward Action

Chester County / Main Line CHADD Meeting [live virtual webinar]

November 2020

The Mysterious Paradox of Being a High Achiever with ADHD

2020 Virtual International Conference on ADHD: Strong Minds, Healthy Lives [recorded and live virtual CCEU event]

October 2020

How to Navigate Distractions and Create Structure During COVID-19

Overcoming Distractions Podcast [recorded podcast]

June 2020

The Mysterious Paradox of Being a High Achiever with ADHD

Succeed with ADHD Virtual Summit [recorded event]

June 2020

The Mysterious Paradox of Being a High Achiever with ADHD

ADHD Support Talk Radio [recorded podcast]

March 2020

Staying Focused and Productive When The World Is In Crisis

Overcoming Distractions Podcast [recorded podcast]

March 2020

Going from Bad to Badass When You Have ADHD

ADHD Women's Palooza [online event]

November 2019

Improving the Well-Being of Lawyers with ADHD

North Carolina Lawyer Assistance Program Annual Volunteer Conference [in-person CLE]

November 2019

Manufacture Motivation with Micro-Changes

Annual International Conference on ADHD [in-person event]

August 2019

Stress, productivity, and lawyer well-being: what’s going on and what you can do about it

Greenberg Traurig, Philadelphia [recorded webcast CLE]

July 2019

Fighting Distraction in Practice – What Does ADHD Have to Do with It?

Professional Development Consortium’s (PDC) 2019 Summer Conference [in-person CLE]

 

June 2019

Stress, productivity, and lawyer well-being: what’s going on and what you can do about it

Greenberg Traurig, Philadelphia [in-person and recorded webcast CLE]

April 2019

Improving the Well-Being of Lawyers with ADHD

Pennsylvania Lawyers Concerned with Lawyers Volunteer Conference [in-person CLE]

March 2019

The Mysterious Paradox of Being a High-Achiever with ADHD

ADHD Women's Palooza [online event]

February 2018

The ADHD Trifecta: Creating Motivation toward Action

2018 Chester County / Main Line CHADD Conference  [in-person breakout session]

 

February 2018

It’s BRAND NEW! Put the Sparkle Back to Your Attention with Micro-changes

ADHD Women's Palooza [online event]

February 2018

Fighting Distractions in Practice – What Does ADHD Have to Do with It?

Under the Wire CLE Event - K & L Gates [in-person and live webcast CLE]

 

October 2017

Create a Micro-change to Keep Your Attention

ADHD Awareness Expo [online event]

 

July 2017

Use Mindfulness to Reset Your Autopilot and Stop Crashing

Succeed with ADHD Telesummit [online event]

 

June 2017

The ADHD Trifecta: Keeping Yourself in the Game of Life

Chester County/ Main Line CHADD, West Chester, PA [in-person chapter meeting]

 

April 2017

The Power of Research to Transform Coaching: Three Research Studies and Their Application to ADHD Coaching

ADHD Coaches Organization Research Committee, Conference Sub-Committee

ADHD Professionals Conference, Reston, VA [in-person break-out panel]

 

March 2017

The ADHD Trifecta: Creating Motivation Toward Action

ADDA Webinar Series [online live webinar]

 

January 2017

Distracted at Work and Home: Modern Life or ADHD?

Wilder Neurodiversity Employee Resource Group, St Paul, MN [private webcast]

Just a note to thank you for the excellent presentation you made at the recent Women's Palooza. I took a lot of notes on your presentation, and I'm glad I did because you gave so many wonderful, workable ideas for "making micro-changes for big results."  I have implemented a number of your suggestions into my daily routines, and they have made a noticeable difference in how productive I am. I especially appreciate your helpful suggestions because I have struggled with ADHD my entire adult life.  Your suggestions were very helpful, and I appreciate you for taking the time to help me (and I'm sure many, many other people.) Thank you very much!"  - Susan, H., teacher

The mental health/substance abuse CLE presentation on ADHD was incredible, very informative and helpful."  - Anonymous, Lawyer

 

Ms. Dixon’s ADHD CLE presentation really opened my eyes to possible personal issues." - Anonymous, Lawyer

Casey Dixon was fabulous! Her CLE presentation was the best mental health program I have ever attended." - Anonymous, Lawyer

Casey Dixon, an established life coach, is also an excellent speaker.  Her webinar this month on the ADHD Trifecta provided a practical concept map and numerous useful tips. Any ADHD related professional organization would do well to engage her. I thought I knew a lot about ADHD, but I learned more than a few new things from her presentation." ~ Ron Bashian, M.D.

I could not close down my computer without thanking you for the TRULY WONDERFUL Webinar I just accessed via ADDClasses.com! You did such a great job with information, presentation and explanation. I have never seen the ADHD Trifecta but am very excited to make it a part of my ADHD Tool Box! Thank you so much for sharing of your time, knowledge and wisdom." ~ Rita Chisum ~ WisdomSeeker, South Louisiana, USA

Casey is an amazingly gifted speaker, both in person and virtually. She engages the listener easily with a crystal clear perspective and knowledgeable presence, explaining even the most difficult of concepts in a straightforward and captivating manner. She paints an unclouded and encouraging vision with her words, and draws her audience in to the information she shares with a gentle, confident style and friendly demeanor." ~ Caryn Reedy, ADHD and Professional Coach & Deputy Chief Learning Officer

From the Audience...

Brilliant idea - using 'mini-urgency' to keep us going without burnout. So many good ideas and one I can feel I can actually do :): The mini 'deadlines' with mini-accountability I never fall for my 'self-imposed/fake' deadlines but this idea of creating a deadline with someone else involved - like having weekly meetings with a client to make sure we work regularly on their case etc. Brilliant. Thank you. Women's Palooza is always quality information." 

This session (Master Your ADHD Love for Urgency without Burning Yourself Out!) was truly great. First of all, I appreciated that it wasn't too long so I was able to focus the entire time. Also, the suggestions for creating fake urgency sound doable and realistic, and I look forward to putting them into practice."

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