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Mindfulness for
Adult ADHD Program (MAPs)

A low-cost group therapy program that can help you manage your ADHD.

Get Low-cost ADHD Group Therapy in Toronto

Mindfulness for Adult ADHD (MAPs)

What is Mindfulness? 

Mindfulness is a psychological approach that involves learning new ways to relate to and experience difficult thoughts, feelings, impulses, sensations, and other internal experiences. Typically, the term mindfulness refers to both formal mindfulness meditation (i.e. designated periods of sitting and focusing on breathing as one example) as well as informal mindfulness practice, otherwise known as mindfulness in daily life (i.e. using mindfulness skills and practices in 'in the moment', for example, when triggered by difficult emotions or impulses. ).


The Mindful Awareness Practices (MAPs) mindfulness for adult ADHD program can provide you with the knowledge, skills, and strategies you need to manage ADHD. Learn essential information about the ADHD brain and develop evidence-based skills, practices, and accessible tools to help you cope with the challenges and experiences of life with ADHD. Start moving towards what matters most to you with greater calm and stability, clarity and focus, and a new approach to managing your ADHD.

Program Benefits
  • Enhancing your ability to manage, direct, and sustain your attention

  • Reducing anger, anxiety, and frustration

  • Improving emotional self-regulation

  • Facilitating improved communication with other

  • Reducing conflict and tension

  • Improving stress management and resilience

  • Reducing impulsivity, distractibility, and reactivity

  • Improving your ability to stay in the present moment

  • Improving your ability to relate to yourself with kindness and self-compassion

  • Helping you mindfully relate to difficult thoughts, experiences

  • Distractions, and impulses - putting you in the driver's seat of your life

Program Cost

The total cost for the program is $800+HST for the full 8 session program (12 hours total). 

The cost for sessions may be covered by your insurance plan check with your provider to confirm that they cover Registered Psychotherapists or Registered Social Workers and group therapy sessions

Program Format

The MAPs program is being offered through live online sessions on Zoom.

For the Winter 2024 MAPS sessions, we will be running two cohorts. The first cohort will start on February 23rd, and will run for 12-weeks with an hour-long session each week on Fridays at 12pm, with a last session date of May 10th. The second cohort will start on March 19th, and will run for 8-weeks with an hour and a half long session each week on Tuesdays at 7pm, with a last session date of May 7th. Over the course of each week you will learn mindfulness-based skills and strategies to support you with the typical challenges that come along with ADHD.


Each session will involve interactive discussion topics, informational sessions on the ADHD brain and mindfulness, instruction and practice in mindfulness meditation, and skills designed specifically for adult ADHD. Take-home assignments and practices will also be provided to help you maximize the benefits you can get from this program (don't worry - homework is ADHD-friendly, and numerous ADHD task completion strategies will be woven into the program to help you improve your ability to remember and do what you intend to!).


Weekly one-on-one check-ins to help with accountability, session support, and working with home practice-related ADHD challenges during the program is available at no additional cost!

Curriculum Outline

Session 1

"Introduction to ADHD and Mindfulness: Reframing of ADHD"


Session 2

"Mindful Awareness of ADHD Patterns: What Is My ADHD Like?”


Session 3

"Mindful Awareness of Sound, Breath, and Body"


Session 4

"Mindful Awareness of Body Sensations"


Session 5

"Mindful Awareness of Thoughts"

Session 6

"Mindful Awareness of Emotions"


Session 7

"Mindful Awareness of Presence and Interactions"


Session 8

"Mindful Awareness as a Life Journey" From Zylowska, L., & Mitchell, J. T. (2020). Mindfulness for Adult ADHD: A Clinician's Guide. Guilford Publications.

Co-Facilitators Cohort 1
(12 Week Program)


Riki Stopnicki

Ontario Therapist

Registered Social Worker, MSW, RSW


Jamie Stein

Practicum Student Therapist

Co- Facilitators Cohort 2
(8 Week Program)


Moshe Cohen

Toronto Registered Therapist

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Zeesy Halpern

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

Practicum Student

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