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Episode Description

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Do you fall into traps of procrastivity? With this type of procrastination, priority tasks are avoided by engaging in other tasks that are productive and necessary, but which end up being self-defeating because they steal your time and undermine your prioritized plans. This is why many adults with ADHD say they are busy all day but do not feel productive.

Procrastivity is exhausting, but it can teach us many useful lessons to help increase initiation and follow-through on tasks. The lessons learned from analyzing your procrastivity point the way to a foundation of cognitive behavior therapy strategies that emphasize implementation of various coping skills that help you to turn your intentions into actions.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • What “procrastivity” is and how it sneaks into your life
  • A proposal for the central cognitive theme in the mindsets of adults with ADHD
  • At least one implementation-focused strategy to use in your life (and many more, we hope)

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Meet the Expert Speaker

Russell Ramsay is retired from his role as professor of clinical psychology in the psychiatry department of the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. He had been co-founder and co-director of the PENN’s Adult ADHD Treatment and Research Program. He currently has a solo, completely virtual psychology practice.

Dr. Ramsay has authored numerous professional and scientific articles and book chapters. Among his books, he is author of the patient guidebook The Adult ADHD Tool Kit (with Dr. Anthony Rostain; Routledge, 2015), which has been translated into French, Spanish, Korean, and is in the process of being translated into German and Chinese. His most recent book was Rethinking Adult ADHD (APA, 2020). (#CommissionsEarned) His forthcoming book is The Adult ADHD & Anxiety Workbook, to be released on May 1, 2024 (New Harbinger). Dr. Ramsay contributed to the APA’s Psychotherapy Video Series with the video “Adults with ADHD.”

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