Connected Club Membership
April 2024

Honing in on Hormones

Your Membership Content for April 2024

Stay tuned for our upcoming live events, support groups, courses, and resources focused on deepening our understanding of the connection between hormones and executive functioning for individuals assigned female at birth.


These offerings aim to provide valuable insights into the impact of hormonal changes on mood fluctuations, increased anxiety, bodily discomfort, disrupted sleep and appetite, and potential effects on self-esteem.


By participating in these activities, you can gain knowledge and tools to navigate the challenges associated with hormonal fluctuations and enhance your executive functioning throughout the month.

CPD Webinar £50

Why is homework so hard?

30th April, 16.30-17.30 BST

Victoria Bagnall (Co-founder and MD of Connections in Mind) will dive into the relationship between executive functions and its impact on students’ ability to complete and submit homework. Gain practical insights and strategies to support students in overcoming homework challenges, from understanding the cognitive processes involved to implementing tailored techniques in school.

Free Live Webinar

Introduction to Executive Functions

25th April, 13.00-14.00 BST

Are you new to the concept of executive functioning in the context of education?

We invite you to participate in an engaging session led by Casey Anley.

This session will provide you with valuable insights into the intricate workings of our brain’s personal organizer – the area responsible for managing multiple tasks in our fast-paced and often chaotic world.

Don’t miss this opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of executive functioning and discover effective ways to support your cognitive needs.



Executive Function Stories Podcast

In this podcast episode, Victoria is joined by clinical psychologist and expert in autism and trauma, Dr Naomi Fisher. Naomi opens up about her own executive function journey, how she discovered the world of executive functions, and her discovery of self-directed education.

Self-paced Masterclass
£15 (Free for CC Members)

Female hormone fluctuations and ADHD traits

Join neuropsychologist Dr. Soracha Cashman to discover the role that female hormones play in the experience of ADHD traits. We will be exploring the latest research, how our executive functions are affected, and what you can do to manage the impact.  

April's Resource Pack - £35
(Free for CC Members)

All your learning & toolkits in one place

Access your self-study modules, toolkits and monthly podcast links in our monthly resource pack, and earn 100 extra points if you complete the whole pack before the end of the month.

Click below to start your journey to exploring our easy-to-access resources, and learn more about habits and reaching your goals.

Interactive Strategy Sessions

Run by Rachel Breskal, one of our executive function coaches, and using this month’s theme, these live strategy sessions will consolidate all the information from the Connected Club.

Come with a goal that you would like to achieve and we can work together to put this into practice. Each week we will discuss strategies to help you get the wagon wheels back on when they start to wobble or fall off!

  • Session 1 – Tuesday 2nd April 2024.
  • Session 2 – Tuesday 16th April 2024.
  • Session 3 – Tuesday 30th April 2024.

Weekly Support Sessions

Had a bad EF week?

Then join one of our weekly support sessions, facilitated by Dr Soracha Cashman, one of our dedicated and experienced executive function coaches. In these sessions, find yourself amongst like minded people who equally struggle with their EFs. Gain and share support and advice, accountability and meet our wonderful EF community.

Dr Cashman is a cognitive neuropsychologist and experienced group facilitator regularly working with FTSE 100 companies.

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