On Tuesday 12th March 2024 our phone lines/surgery will be closed from 12.30-5.30pm for staff training. There will be no appointments available during this time. If you feel you urgently need to see a GP during this time, please call 111. Thank you for your understanding.
To celebrate ADHD Awareness Month our service is launching a brand *new* webinar:
‘Understanding ADHD and low self-esteem’ on Thursday 26th October, 1:00-2:30pm. Many
people with ADHD can experience low self-esteem because of difficulties in different areas
of their life. These difficulties may arise because of the experiences that come with ADHD,
such as forgetfulness, poor concentration, or extreme restlessness. In addition, evidence
suggests that people with ADHD may experience rejection more than most. This may lead
them to have negative thoughts about themselves. The webinar ‘Understanding ADHD
and low self-esteem’ explains how Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) can help make
sense of these experiences and how low self-esteem is maintained in people with ADHD.
It also presents different CBT-based techniques that can help improve self-esteem within
the context of ADHD and highlight the natural strengths that people with ADHD have. We
welcome self-referrals from anyone aged 16+ and registered with a GP in Hertfordshire.
NHS Hertfordshire Talking Therapies are unable to offer treatment for ADHD specifically,
however, we routinely adapt what we offer for neurodiverse people.