2022.10 – 1st to 31st Understanding a Shared Experience – ADHD Awareness Month 2022

The 2022 theme for October ADHD Awareness Month is “ADHD: Understanding A Shared Experience” 

ADHD Europe have been preparing for ADHD Awareness Month since the beginning of the year with the ADHD Awareness Coalition www.adhdawarenessmonth.org 

SAVE THE DATE!! – Find below the titles of our weekly webinars to be held each Thursday during October 2022.

We will update more information such as the timezones in CET, Paris and what you can expect from each webinar during the European Summer!


PROGRAMME #talking thursdays

There will be 4 webinars during October #TalkingThursdays.  Our goal is to reach the public and raise awareness in Europe and globally.  Please do share the Save the Date with your friends, family, colleagues and network!

For week 1 and 2, please feel free to read ADHD Europe’s survey about the Access to Diagnosis / Treatment in Europe.

week 1 – 





‘diagnosis of adhd’
in member states in Europe

We will be hosting a series of webinars with thanks to the contribution of our European members. 

Watch this space for more information

week 2 – 





‘treatment of adhd’
in member states in europe

We will be hosting a series of webinars with thanks to the contribution of our European members. 

We shall be providing more information shortly.

week 3 –



6.30 – 7.30pm CET

‘mental health & adhd’
women, relationships & the workplace



Dr. Dora Wynchank is a psychiatrist working in adult ADHD at PsyQin the Haque, Netherlands.  editor of the DIVA Foundation, and active contributor to the European Adult ADHD Network. Her expertise includes diagnosing and treating ADHD and comorbidities in adult and adolescent ADHD. The sleep disorders associated with ADHD are her research interest. She lectures widely in an attempt to de-stigmatise mental conditions. Dora is a professional member of ADHD Europe



Kate Carr-Fanning  is a Lecturer in Psychology in Education at the University of Bristol. Kate is a psychologist, she completed her PhD in psychology and education at Trinity College Dublin, where she focused on the inclusion of learners with ADHD in education. She then spent 8 years in the School of Psychology in Coventry University before moving to Bristol. Kate’s research interests are all things ADHD, she is working with the Woman’s Project on a study called ‘Positive Disruptors: Woman with ADHD and their Wins’ exploring the female experience of ADHD with a particular focus on empowerment. Kate has over 15 years of experience of working with people effected by ADHD. She sits on the Board of Directors of ADHD Ireland and on the Professional Advisory Board of ADHD Europe.



  • Chantel Fouche, lead of the ADHD Women Project. Chantel is a volunteer at ADHD Europe and ADHD, ASC & LD Belgium.  Her interests are to actively advocate for the ADHD voice and promote ‘Gender Equality’ for all people living with ADHD ; to create & sustain networks to raise more awareness around the globe ;  and  to disseminate evidenced based information about ADHD to stop stigma & discrimination.

week 4 –





‘hey, what happened?’ A focus on  family issues with children, emerging adults in education & behaviour



Eric Donnel is the Vice-President of Riksforbendent at the Swedish National Association for ADHD in Sweden.