Catherine Mutti-Driscoll presents 'The ADHD Workbook for Teen Girls'

Understand your unique brain, maximize your strengths, and find the confidence to shine with this engaging workbook—just for you.

 

Third Place Books is delighted to welcome Catherine Mutti-Driscoll to our Ravenna store! Mutti-Driscoll will be discussing her new book, The ADHD Workbook for Teen Girls: Understand Your Neurodivergent Brain, Make the Most of Your Strengths, and Build Confidence to Thrive. This empowering workbook offers evidence-based tools to help teen girls with ADHD better understand their neurodivergent brain, maximize their strengths, advocate for themselves, and build the self-confidence needed to reach their potential and thrive throughout life. This event is free and open to the public.

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About The ADHD Workbook for Teen Girls. . .

Teen girls with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) face unique challenges on the road to adulthood—including social difficulties, perfectionism, negative self-talk, and intense emotions. Written by a mental health professional with first-hand experience living with ADHD, this empowering workbook offers evidence-based tools to help teen girls with ADHD better understand their neurodivergent brain, maximize their strengths, advocate for themselves, and build the self-confidence needed to reach their potential and thrive throughout life.

Understand your unique brain, maximize your strengths, and find the confidence to shine with this engaging workbook—just for you.

If you’re a teen girl with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)—or suspect you may be—you’ve probably experienced a number of challenges in your life, including struggling in school, difficulty making friends, feeling like you have to be perfect, negative self-talk, fear of rejection, and intense emotions. You aren’t alone. Although some people think that ADHD is “just for boys,” rest assured that there are many, many girls out there just like you. This empowering guide offers tons of tips and tools to help you overcome your struggles, focus on what makes you awesomely unique, and live your best life.

Written by a mental health professional with first-hand experience living with ADHD, this friendly workbook offers evidence-based tools to help you gain a better understanding of your neurodivergent brain, focus on your strengths, advocate for yourself, and build the self-confidence needed to reach your fullest potential. You’ll also find fun and easy activities to help you:

  • Work through difficult or negative emotions
  • Be your own ally
  • Stop letting negative thoughts define your life
  • Prioritize what really matters to you
  • Stop masking your symptoms and start advocating for yourself
  • Discover your own social style

 

Praise for The ADHD Workbook for Teen Girls. . .

“Immersed in connectedness, compassion, and comedy, Catherine’s workbook constructs a home for those of us not fully encompassing the ‘young, hyperactive male with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)’ label. Her warm, informative, and nonjudgmental approach validates and brings real meaning to the experience of neurodivergence in this neurotypically facing world. Catherine, I cannot shout a loud-enough THANK YOU for creating something so many of us have so desperately needed, and not realized!”
—Jovana Radovic Wood, LMFT, clinical director and therapist at the Hallowell Todaro ADHD Center 

“This book is the missing piece for most teen girls with ADHD, and clinicians working with teen girls who have ADHD. The amount of information that is oozing from this book and the way that it’s written is not only approachable, but relatable and engaging. This is the workbook I wish I had when I was first diagnosed with ADHD, but will now use with all my clients moving forward.”
—Kathryn Feder, LMHC, NCC, ESA, clinical director and director of school-based services at the Hallowell Todaro ADHD Center, and adjunct professor of school counseling at Seattle University 

“Catherine writes with the knowledge of an ADHD coach, yet still comes across as the wise, older sibling providing insight, understanding, and advice to her younger sister. Teenage girls wondering, ‘Do I have ADHD and how do I manage it?’ will benefit greatly from reading and completing the exercises in this comprehensive workbook.”
—Cynthia Hammer, MSW, executive director of the Inattentive ADHD Coalition, and author of Living with Inattentive ADHD

“Since teen girls love to take online quizzes, how brilliant is it that Catherine Mutti-Driscoll created the perfect learning resource for teen girls with ADHD by guiding them to answer questions about themselves?!? TheADHD Workbook for Teen Girls is right on-target. Even better, teenage girls will love it—and USE it—and that is no small feat!” 
—Elaine Taylor-Klaus, master certified coach; cofounder of www.impactparents.com; and author of Parenting ADHD Now! and The Essential Guide to Raising Complex Kids with ADHD, Anxiety, and More


Catherine Mutti-Driscoll works at the Hallowell Todaro ADHD Center - Seattle as an ADHD Coach and the Director of Executive Function Coaching. Catherine loves to learn and has a variety of degrees and certifications. Highlights include Catherine’s Ph.D. in Education from the University of Washington and her coach training from Impact Parents and the International ADHD Coach Training Center. In June 2024, Catherine will publish her first book with New Harbinger Press, The ADHD Workbook for Teen Girls: Understand Your Neurodivergent Brain, Make the Most of Your Strengths, and Build Confidence to Thrive. Catherine is also currently studying to become a Licensed Mental Health Counselor at Walden University, slated to graduate in Fall 2026. When she is not working, studying, or writing, Catherine enjoys hanging out with her neurodivergent family, drinking coffee with friends, dancing to Taylor Swift, and reading contemporary romances.


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