Monica Blied

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  • CAMFT's 2024 Annual Conference
    May 3 - 4, 2024 at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott


Monica Blied, PhD, MACL, BSP
Monica Blied


Dr. Monica Blied is a clinical psychologist, adjunct professor of psychology at Pepperdine, and the founder of Faces of Health in Claremont, California. In her private practice, Dr. Blied provides psychological assessments for adults and children who suspect they have Autism, ADHD, and/or learning differences. With a special interest in supporting adults who are living with chronic medical and mental illnesses, Dr. Blied has also developed expertise in the mind-body health connection. She currently serves as the Chair-Elect (and former Treasurer) of the California Psychological Association's Division of Education and Training, where she has been a member of the Executive Board for over 10 years. Since 2020, she has also served as a Medical Advisory Board member with Lupus LA, a role which allows her to continue giving back to her fellow Lupus Warriors. In 2022, Dr. Blied developed the Faces of Health app, which teaches mental health and stress management skills via brief, educational videos, all taught by women of color. In 2024, she added to her online educational suite a course on Adult ADHD and Autism, and another on Stress Management using Neuroscience. Learn more at and  


Empowerment Through Understanding: Adult ADHD and Autism Level 1 Definitions and Self-Management Strategies
Friday | May 3, 2024
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm 
(1 CE)

Workshop Description:

This presentation aims to enhance understanding and empowerment regarding Adult ADHD and Autism Level 1. It covers key definitions, explores self-management strategies, and delves into the impact on daily life. Participants will gain insights into evidence-based practices for effective support. 

Learning Objectives:

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Explain at least two defining characteristics of Adult ADHD and Autism Level 1
  • Identify at least two effective self-management strategies for individuals with these conditions.  
  • Distinguish one way how ADHD and Autism Level 1 impacts daily life and functioning.  
  • List at least two  evidence-based practices source materials for supporting individuals with these conditions.  

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