Sari Solden & Associates
Sari Solden & Associates is a private practice in Ann Arbor, MI, that specializes in providing psychotherapy and consultation and assessment to men and women with ADHD and their loved ones.
Psychotherapist Sari Solden, MS, is a pioneer in the field of counseling women and men with the strengths and struggles of ADHD. She is the author of three popular books and is a well-known, international keynote speaker on the subject.
We have found that most people like to think that ADHD is something that can be “fixed.” In fact, that is often the reason for initially seeking help. Many people with ADHD often feel as if they NEED to be fixed, they feel broken. The truth is, there is no quick fix. We do not offer one. We have no interest in fixing people; only helping them find a path to contentment, personal satisfaction, and healing.
Sari Solden & Associates was built on a foundation of expertise in ADHD, but is also influenced by minority mental health and multi-cultural considerations, mindfulness-based practices, psychoeducational guidance, narrative therapy, and women’s psychology.
Current Services at Sari Solden & Associates
Sari offers One-Time and periodic consultations.
For Adults with ADHD when available please fill out form.
For Mental Health Professionals individually (or in groups when available)
Jennifer Ratliff-Moss offers ongoing counseling when available.
To be notified of events, groups or webinars with Sari Solden or for Interview or Appearances please fill out form.
Don't forget to check out Sari's new podcast with Christine MacCarroll on The Bitch Fix.
On this episode of the podcast, I had the honor of interviewing the “mother” of ADHD for women, and author of the very first book on the topic, Sari Solden. After spending 30 years on the specific experience of women with ADHD, Sari is a wealth of knowledge. Her books, Women with Attention Deficit Disorder, A Radical Guide for Women with ADHD, and Journeys Through ADDulthood have helped thousands of women with ADHD transform their lives and experience.
Find her on her website, SariSolden.com
If you’re a neurodiverse mental health professional who also supports those with ADHD, Sari has an upcoming workshop that you can learn more about here!