Are you tired of the never-ending struggle?
Weary from the constant chaos?
Feel like you're always teetering on the edge?
Overwhelmed and feeling hopeless?
Desperate for moments of joy?
If you're spinning your wheels in the muck of life with ADHD — you're not alone.
Don't spend another day making little to no progress.
This course can help you, right now.
“I felt like I was drowning as a mother to my 8-year-old daughter with ADHD. Our entire household was miserable. I took Penny’s course and read some of her books and put some new knowledge and skills into practice.
My household has had a complete transformation. No more yelling and screaming. No more crazy punishments that didn’t work. My daughter and I have an excellent relationship now. I learned so much about ADHD and what my daughter was going through.
Taking the course gave me a whole new perspective. I was the one that needed to change, I just didn’t know how. Penny is so kind and patient and really is an advocate for kids with ADHD and their parents.”
- Donita Torres
Because, I am one of you!
I am a mom who walked out of the doctor's office with a diagnosis, a couple fact sheets on ADHD, and a prescription — completely bewildered. I wasn't given any direction other than to try medication. I was overwhelmed and, the harder I tried to "fix" it, the more hopeless I became. I struggled like this for more than two years trying to figure out how to best parent my son after diagnosis. Two years of reading obsessively, trying different products, working with therapists, and making it up as I went along, leaping from one crisis to the next with my pants still on fire.
It took me a long time and a lot of heartache to finally discover the steps to success when raising a child with ADHD. I looked back and realized there really is a process to getting a grip on this special parenthood.
Every parent deserves to have a guide to parenting a child with ADHD.
The Complete Guide to Parenting ADHD course was made for you, especially if you’ve been held back by ineffective parenting strategies, grief, and frustration.
Nothing is more gut wrenching than knowing you’re meant to be a positive force in your child’s life, but you’re not succeeding because you don’t have the knowledge and guidance to be an effective parent for your child with ADHD. The stress that comes from the days slipping by you and the gnawing feeling that you should be able to help your child more only compound it.
As a parent of a child with ADHD myself, this frustration and agony is close to my heart. After seeing thousands of parents struggle with this issue, including me, I felt compelled to help.
You’re about to learn the exact parenting approaches and strategies that are effective for raising happier, more successful kids who happen to have ADHD. That you can be a purposeful parent, and do what you were always meant to do for your child.
Traditional parenting approaches aren’t effective with kids with lagging skills, poor emotional control, and behavioral challenges. In this course, you'll be guided step-by-step to systematically improve behavior, manage ADHD symptoms effectively, and create a family life that’s rewarding.
The Complete Guide to Parenting ADHD course offers the wisdom of a parent who has trudged through those same trenches you're in now. A guide to tame the chaos and restore some sanity. A compass that can direct you to your child's successes, despite ADHD. In the end, you'll have a roadmap for successfully and effectively raising a child with ADHD.
We will take it step by step, piece by piece, inch by inch— together.
“I’ve worked with people with disabilities my entire adult life. I thought I understood most of the common mental and emotional diagnoses. Yet, when my son was diagnosed with ADHD at age 7, my world was rocked. I felt confused, lost, angry, and sad.
Then the guilt began… ‘I should have known sooner!’ ‘Why do I feel lost without any direction to go?’ The questions were merciless.
As I was researching, I came across your book, Boy Without Instructions — I couldn’t put it down! You are real and practical, and seem to know the thoughts in my head! The book led me to your online course, The Complete Guide to Parenting ADHD. I would still be lost and confused without the extensive knowledge and supportI’ve received from your course.
I kid you not, my husband and I would be lost without you. You’ve changed our lives.
- Sarah Stein
When you enroll in the complete course, you get awesome bonuses not offered with the separate sections...
Still not convinced this is the right course for you? Watch as I share my ADHD story.
"Penny is in the trenches, living it too. I love that her support is gentle -- offering options without judgement. Since following Penny, I have gained a greater sense of belonging and strength."
-- Brenda Lochinger
"I love that Penny offers a genuine mom perspective, which is 24/7/365, versus the clinical perspective, which is a lot less time. Penny has provided me with more online communities and personal connections with other parents who 'get it'."
-- Courtney Hexter
"Penny provides great resources, real life experience, and practical and useful information -- all in terms parents can understand. Since following Penny, I have become more patient and understanding with my child, more diligent in my advocacy, and braver about speaking up for him."
-- Julia Lapeze
Penny Williams guides and mentors parents raising kids with ADHD and/or autism. She's the award-winning author of three books on parenting ADHD — Boy Without Instructions, What to Expect When Parenting Children with ADHD, and The Insider’s Guide to ADHD — and a frequent contributor on parenting and ADHD for ADDitude Magazine, Healthline, and other parenting and special needs publications.
She has been contacted for interviews on the subject of parenting a child with ADHD many times, being quoted in publications like The Chicago Tribune, Parenting.com, Livescience, NBC’s Today.com Parenting section, and The High Desert Pulse. She's also the coordinator of the annual Happy Mama Retreat.
Penny's mission is to help parents of special needs kids turn struggles into triumphs, and start enjoying life again.