NEWS AND EVENTS
Dr. Littman has been invited to give a 3 hour presentation to clinicians on Females with ADHD Across the Lifespan. It is a pre-conference session on November 9, 2017, prior to the International CHADD Conference in Atlanta, GA.
Dr. Littman gave a video presentation entitled "Why Do So Many Women with ADHD Feel Depressed?" on Friday, February 10th, 2017. It is part of the ADHD Women's Palooza, with 36 speakers presented during the week of February 6-10. Her talk is available in a package with the other videos here.
Dr. Littman's article, "What the ADHD Brain Wants (and Why)" is featured in the Spring 2017 special edition of ADDitude magazine on The Brain.
Dr. Littman will present a lecture on how ADHD impacts the family on Tuesday, May 16th, 2017 at 7 PM in Greenwich, CT, sponsored by SmartKids with LD.
Dr. Littman presented a video webinar entitled "ADHD with a High IQ: How Is It Different? on Tuesday, November 29th, 2016, sponsored by ADDA. It can be accessed via the ADDA website https://add.org.
Dr. Littman spoke at a conference entitled "Harnessing the Power of Entrepreneurial ADHD to Maximize Success" on November 3, 2016, sponsored by UBS. Dr. Littman discussed how entrepreneurial brain wiring can impact the ability to balance business and family.
Dr. Littman's October 22nd TADD talk on the Experience of the ADHD Partner in a Relationship is available at https://add.org/taddtalks. To view the Plate Spinner act, click here http://youtu.be/Zhoos1oY404?t=10
Dr. Littman was filmed for the documentary "Hidden Faces: Women and ADHD", by Virginia Ryker of Wildly Media. The trailer is available at wildlymedia.com, with a release date in early 2017.
Dr. Littman created a two-part video training module on Women and ADHD. The videos are available as a continuing medical education course sponsored by APSARD.
Dr. Littman was an invited speaker at the Meeting of Minds VIII Conference in Vienna, Austria on June 6-7, 2016, sponsored by the Shire ADHD Institute. She spoke about Gender and ADHD to an international audience of clinicians.
Dr. Littman was the invited keynote speaker at the Better Together Festival celebrating women with ADHD. Dr. Littman traced the history of gender issues in ADHD over the past 20 years. To coincide with the 20th anniversary of her book "Women with ADD", Sari Solden hosted this event in Ann Arbor, Michigan on Saturday, May 14th, 2016.
Dr. Littman was interviewed for an article on ADHD in the gifted, entitled "Did Rousseau Have ADHD?", written by Richard Orange and published by the online magazine AEON in April, 2016.
The updated and revised 2nd edition of Dr. Littman's book "Understanding Girls with ADHD", written with Kathleen Nadeau, PhD and Patricia Quinn, MD, has been published! Informed by the 15 years of research since publication of the original edition in 1999, it includes a revised Self-Report Scale for Girls. It is available from Advantage Books, or online at www.ADDvance.com.
Dr. Littman was interviewed for an article entitled "Decades of Failing to Recognize ADHD in Girls Has Created a 'Lost Generation' of Women". It was published in Quartz News, an Atlantic online publication, on January 19, 2016.
Dr. Littman gave a video presentation on High IQ Women with ADHD as part of the ADHD Women's Palooza on January 11, 2016. Thirty speakers presented on a variety of issues related to women with ADHD.
Dr. Littman presented a webinar on "Understanding Girls with ADHD" on Friday, September 25th, at 1:00 PM (EST), hosted by the National Resource Center on ADHD. You can access the webcast and slides on YouTube by clicking here.
In June, 2015, Dr. Littman was an invited speaker at the Meeting of Minds VII Conference in Stockholm, Sweden, sponsored by the Shire ADHD Institute. Her talk on "Girls and Young Women with ADHD" was presented to an international audience of clinicians.