Study support group for students with a diagnosis of ADHD/ADD (Dutch)

Study phase: 
Bachelor, Master, Premaster
Study method: 
Time investment: 
Several sessions

Please note: This group is Dutch spoken.

If you suffer from ADHD/ADD, this can create additional challenges while studying. Think about making a realistic schedule and then being able to stick to it, doing too much at once or losing track of what needs to be done in order to study effectively. Keeping the balance between all the other fun things and challenges and studying can sometimes be challenging due to ADHD/ADD. If you find that you are struggling to study, the student psychologists of Utrecht University offer the study support group for students with a diagnosis of ADHD/ADD. The group is Dutch spoken.


  • Learning to study with an ADHD/ADD diagnosis.
  • Learning to study and plan independently.
  • Learning to recognize and challenge negative beliefs regarding your AD(H)D.
  • Learning to use supportive and helping thoughts effectively.
  • Learning skills to study successfully and with pleasure.

Group Meetings

The group meets weekly on Tuesday afternoon.

Each meeting has a set theme, often a component or aspect that comes around the corner in ADHD/ADD. You will relate each topic to your own situation using assignments and homework. For this, an active commitment and participation is expected from each participant. At the end of the program you will have learned more about how ADHD/ADD manifests itself in you and how you can learn to deal with it better.

For who?

University of Utrecht students with a diagnosis of ADHD/ADD. It is important that you are self-motivated to actively participate.


7-weekly meetings and 1 return meeting a month later.

Please note! You must first have an intake with a student psychologist before participating in the group.


A one-time fee of 25 euros, to be paid by means of iDeal when making an appointment for an intake.


Interested students with a diagnosis of ADHD or ADD can apply for an intake. After the intake, a decision will be made whether or not to participate in the group. We strive to have a group not larger than 10 participants.
Please note: participation in the group requires an intake, a short screening is not suitable for this purpose.

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