The latest recommended Videos for Women

These videos below have been selected by the ADHD Women Project Team.  

The ADHD Women Project was formed by ADHS Deutschland e.V. and ADHD, ASC & LD Belgium who are both longstanding members of ADHD Europe.   ADHD Europe colloborates with ADHD researchers, scientists and experts who offer their most valuable support for all ~ ADHD communities worldwide.

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Prof. Sandra Kooij
Spotlight on New Insights on Health in Women with  ADHD
Feel free to read more about these insights and the exciting research opportunity for Health of Women with ADHD, incl. Hormones and Cardiac Health

Women, ADHD, and Hormones

ADHD & Sleep

Dr. Sara Binder
Females, Hormones and ADHD zoom webinar

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Prof. Dr. J.J. Sandra Kooij is a Professor of Adult ADHD at Amsterdam University Medical Centre/VUMc, and has been involved in ADHD research for more than 25 years. Her main research interests are ADHD, sleep and health, and the relationship between ADHD and hormonal changes in women.She is also a member of ADHD Europe’s Professional Advisory Board

Dr. Dora Wynchank is a psychiatrist working in adult ADHD at PsyQ, editor of the DIVA Foundation, and active contributor to the European Adult ADHD Network. Her expertise ranges from general mental health to sleep disorders in adult – and adolescent ADHD. She lectures widely in an attempt to de-stigmatise mental conditions. Dora is a professional member of ADHD Europe.


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Spotlight on new insights on health in women with ADHD ~ Prof. Dr. Sandra Kooij and Dr. Dora Wynchank will be returning to Broadcasting ADHD Europe shining a light on women with ADHD. During this public webinar they will be talking about research insights on health of women with ADHD, incl. hormones and cardiac health. Including the upcoming survey just for Women with ADHD. Chantel Fouche, ADHD-Europe lead for the ADHD Women Project, will brief the audience about the project activities and how women are empowering and supporting each other globally. 

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Women, ADHD, and Hormones ~ Prof. Sandra Kooij help us to understand ADHD in girls and women, why late/delayed diagnosis is so common, and answer other important questions. We will also dig into the role of our male-dominated society and what this means for scientific research. Prof. Kooij will also share some practical advice for women and girls with ADHD. . Join our exciting webinar to mark the start of ADHD Awareness Month.   Prof. Dr. Sandra Kooij.

Credits & thank you to:  Guest Speaker: Prof. Sandra Kooij, Host: Hans van de Velde, Producer: Viljo Wilding which was streamed live on 01 October, 2020 by Broadcasting ADHD Europe in partnership with the ADHD Women Project. 

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ADHD & Sleep Prof. Sandra Kooij explains why is sleeping well such a challenge for people with ADHD, and what can we do about it? We discuss this all important question and: • What is the late sleep phase in ADHD? • Is ADHD actually a problem of the biological clock? • Melatonin and other medications – do or don’t? • What is light therapy and is it useful?  

Credits & thank you to:  Guest Speaker: Prof. Sandra Kooij, Host: Hans van de Velde, Producer: Viljo Wilding which was streamed live on Jan 26, 2021 by Broadcasting ADHD Europe in partnership with the ADHD Women Project.  Editors note:  ADHD & Sleep Survey 

 Females, Hormones and ADHD ~ Dr. Sara Binder from Canada discusses how ADHD presents in females along with common comorbidities. It reviews literature on hormones and ADHD throughout the lifespan and consider treatment strategies in ADHD during pregnancy and postpartum, as well as discuss the hormonal impact of menopause on cognition.  This zoom webinar is available for a limited time only. Read more about Sara Binder.


ADHD, Addiction, and Substance Abuse ~ Prof. Anthony Ramos~Quiroga (Head of Pscyhiatry, Vall d’Hebron University Hospital based in Spain) explains why ADHD often co-occurs with Substance Use Disorders (SUD) in both adults and adolescents/ How this can complicate proper screening, diagnosis, and treatment, as well as resulting in poor treatment outcomes and discusses the genetic link between both conditions, the psychological aspects, diagnosis of both, and the options for treatment.

Credits & thank you to:  Guest Speaker: Prof. Anthony Ramos~Quiroga, Host: Hans van de Velde, Producer: Viljo Wilding which was streamed live on 17 May 2021 by Broadcasting ADHD Europe. Editors note: Poster from World ADHD Congress 2021
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