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Welcome to

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.

To read about our other providers click here.

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.

Upcoming and Current

It's that time of year again. ADHD Awareness Month!

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Please Join Sari Solden for a Very Special Event!


When: October 19, 2023 

Time: 7pm UK Time (Be sure you check the time, it is in United Kingdom time zone!)

Where: To Register click here

20% OFF code: AAM20

From Kate


To celebrate October's ADHD Awareness Month, I'm excited to announce that I have an exclusive live event happening on Thursday, 19th October, at 7 pm UK time. This will be a live interview and Q&A session with esteemed ADHD psychotherapist and author Sari Solden.


Sari has been a pioneer in counseling neurodivergent people with the strengths and struggles of ADHD for over thirty years, and her books have been essential reading for so many of us with ADHD.


Sari will be sharing details of her personal and professional journey and what she has learned over the thirty-five years as a therapist for neurodivergent women, with her emphasis on radical acceptance.


This isn't just another interview - this event is your opportunity to be in the room with a highly regarded ADHD expert and myself to join in the conversation and ask the questions you have always wanted to ask.


No matter where you are on your ADHD journey, Sari has lots of wisdom to impart, and I can't wait to help share this with you all.


Plus when you sign up, you'll also get access to an exclusive updated PDF excerpt from Sari's celebrated book, Journeys Through ADDulthood.


If you can't make it live, there will be an opportunity to send in your questions ahead of time and a replay will be sent out to all those who have bought tickets.

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Don't forget to check out ADHD in Women with Sari Solden & Michelle Frank, PhD

Sari Solden, MS and Michelle Frank, PhD, authors of A Radical Guide for Women with ADHD, join us to talk about women with ADHD. Sari Solden is a psychotherapist who specializes in working with women and men with ADHD and mental health professionals who want to help them. She has been counseling adults, consulting with professionals, supporting neurodiverse women mental health professionals, writing and speaking about this subject around the world for the past thirty-five years. Her other two books, Women with Attention Deficit Disorder and Journeys Through ADDulthood are worldwide best-sellers in the field. Her areas of specialization include women's issues, inattentive ADHD, and the emotional consequences and healing process for adults who grew up with undiagnosed ADHD. She is a prominent keynote speaker on these subjects nationally and internationally.

Also, check out Sari Solden: Why ADHD is different for women [Top 10 Replay with Bonus Update]

Welcome back to my special Top 10 Replay series, where I’m re-releasing 10 interviews that really stood out to me and have stayed with me in some particular way — either because of the topic, or the conversation, or the feedback I received from listeners. For various reasons, I’ve chosen 10 episodes that I feel deserve a replay — so maybe you missed this one the first time around you’ll get a chance to hear it, or if you listened to it when it originally aired, I hope you’ll enjoy listening to it again. 

This week I’m re-releasing my interview with Sari Solden, which originally aired as Episode 63 in December of 2021. Getting the chance to interview Sari was a dream come true for me, and I’m not at all surprised that it’s been one of my most listened to episodes to date. Her books have been so influential in my own life and the lives of so many women I’ve gotten the chance to meet and work with along the way. 

Bonus Update:

Make sure to stick around because, at the end of the episode, I get a chance to check back in with Sari to talk about the new re-release of her book, Journeys Through ADDulthood, and I get a chance to pick her brain some more and tell her in my awkward stumbling way how much her groundbreaking work has meant to me over the years!


Instagram: @radicallyadhd


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Read A Brief Description of Journeys 


Living with ADHD affects the development of one's view of self, especially for those not diagnosed until adulthood, who have spent many years of feeling "different" without knowing why.  


Living successfully with ADHD is an ongoing internal process with no quick fixes.  Journeys Through ADDulthood is a step-by-step guide through three internal stages, or journeys: toward understanding your brain and your primary symptoms; toward discovering your true identity and embracing your uniqueness; and toward learning to share your true self to connect with others.

Click Here for other recordings and writings by Sari Solden, MS

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