ADHD Online Events

Each month ADHD Support Australia brings you an expert in an ADHD-related field to empower you with the information you need on your ADHD journey.

Since April 2020 our speaker evenings and events have all been online.

Book in below and you’ll be sent a link and instructions on how to join the talk via Zoom call.

All online speaker evenings are $20 (+ booking fee + GST), unless otherwise advertised.

If you can’t make it to the live event or have only just found us and missed past events you can find recordings on our Patreon members’ site.

A recording of the talk will ONLY be available to Patreon members after the live talk.  If you don’t think you’ll be able to attend the live talk, please join Patreon and watch the recording there.  You can cancel this at any time.

Please scroll down to see all our online offerings including Online Parenting Courses, Online Digital Parenting Program, PEERS Social Skills for Teens & Young Adults and PEERS Dating Skills.

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I Will Survive (And Thrive): Navigating The Challenge Of ADHD and Childhood Trauma with Dr Terry Lim

March 14 @ 7:00 pm-8:30 pm

Dr Terry Lim is a Consultant Psychiatrist in full time private practice, at the Mindsight Clinic, Sydney where he is also the Director. He is a member of the Faculties of Consultation-Liaison and Adult Psychiatry, the Australian ADHD Professionals Association and the ADHD Special Interest Group of the RANZCP. Terry is also involved in medical student teaching with Macquarie University and trains other health professionals such as GPs around mental health assessment and treatment. He is a leading expert in assessing and treating ADHD and its co-morbidities across the lifespan having done so for over ten years and has a special interest in the relationship between ADHD and early trauma.


In his talk “I Will Survive (And Thrive):  Navigating The Challenge Of Adhd And Childhood Trauma”, Dr Terry Lim will explore the complex but very common relationship between trauma and ADHD including how each condition affects the other from a neurobiological, psychological, and social point of view. He will discuss how important it is to identify if both conditions are present, and how to tell which problems may be related to which condition and what to do about them. It will give a clearer understanding to both health professionals and those with these conditions, or those that care for them, so that we can empower each other to live a more fulfilled life.


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March 14
7:00 pm-8:30 pm
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