We are committed to working with partners in our community to build awareness of the importance of accessing mental health services that help individuals move forward. We love heading out of the office to meet with you in schools, community organizations and at your work place. We believe that dialogue is powerful across multiple environments and through understanding - we can help more individuals of all ages meet their potentials.

Reducing Stigma through Understanding and Empowerment: An Evening Chat about ADHD

At Springboard Clinic, we are proud to be ambassadors of ADHD assessment and treatment. We are passionate in sharing our knowledge about attentional issues, particularly as our understanding of mental health issues and the brain have deepened.

Through a coordinated approach, we have seen unbelievable stories of success in individuals with ADHD. We have seen individuals improve their functioning across many domains of their lives, while reducing stress, and re-discovering happiness.

This evening will include brief presentations and an informal dialogue with expert panel members:

Dr. Ainslie Gray - ADHD across the lifespan: Pearls about treatment
Barbara Csenge - ADHD risks: Concussion and school
Dr. Anne Bailey - The dilemma of the ADHD brain: When to accept and when to work towards change

Please join our team as we work to share our knowledge with individuals, partners, families, health care providers, educators, and community leaders.

  • Date & Time: Wednesday, November 23, 2016 7pm - 9pm
  • Location: 40 Orchardview Blvd, Toronto Public Library (Northern District Branch, Gwen Liu Meeting Room)

This is a FREE workshop open to the public, however, seating is limited. Please RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us 416 901 3077 to confirm your attendance.