Are you an academic writer whose writing process or product is impacted by neurodivergence (such as ADD or dyslexia) or mental health issues? This workshop is for you! We will focus on strategies for working with rather than against your cognitive and affective needs. Likewise, we will challenge myths that may be holding you back or making you doubt your ability to finish the projects in front of you. You will leave with effective strategies, tools, and resources designed specifically to help you move forward successfully.
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12 pm San Francisco
3 pm New York
8 pm London
7 am Sydney
We hope you can join us live, but if you can't we will automatically send a replay that you can access any time.
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"I’m really excited I discovered your blog and this workshop! It’s a rare resource for those who have these hidden disabilities which are so difficult to describe and explain to peers, friends and family."
"Shu," Ph.D. candidate, King's College, London
Thank you so much for your presentation. It was very useful in making me take stock of my reactions to my work and how this is impacting my written communication. Your point about “imposter syndrome” resonated with me. On one hand I am told how smart I am, but I am so keenly aware of my deficits I don’t believe people when they tell me that. This leads me to constantly question whether I am meant to be doing this work, especially when working with “smart” people who seem to find it so easy.
Ph.D. student, University of New England, Australia
This webinar is led by Dr. Daveena Tauber, a well-respected consultant who specializes in working with graduate students and programs in the U.S. and internationally. Her work includes individual writing consulting, workshops for students and faculty, and program consulting. Dr. Tauber earned her doctorate in English at Rutgers University. Her work has appeared in College Composition and Communication, Chronicle Vitae, The Thesis Whisperer, and Pubs n’ Publications, as well as in the ScholarStudioBlog.
For information about on-campus or campus-specific webinar versions of workshops, please email Daveena@scholar-studio.com