Let’s face it, New Year’s resolutions rarely work. We all set well-intentioned goals about what we can do differently that rarely come to fruition. This year, I’d like to encourage you and your family to try something different. Instead of choosing something that isn’t going … Continue reading ADHD in the New Year: Grow Something Good
What a year this has been! 2020 has redefined what it means to bounce back. Just when you think you’ve set up a routine that works and life seems to be chugging along, something comes and upsets the whole apple cart again. Pivoting to these … Continue reading ADHD and 2020: How to Pivot to Positivity as an Uncertain Year Ends
Parent self-care is essential during these times in a pandemic. Parenting an ADHD child or teen can add even more complexity to this difficult time. Children and teens with ADHD have symptoms that make remote learning more difficult due to executive function challenges, and they … Continue reading 5 Parent Self-Care Ideas: Parenting ADHD in a Pandemic
In October, the American Psychological Association released the results of its latest Stress in America survey. The report concluded that stress about COVID-19, the economy, racism and politics are threatening the mental health of our country, especially young people. In fact, the survey found that … Continue reading ADHD and Motivation: How stress reduces productivity and what you can do about it
Family estrangement refers to the loss of a former relationship between parents and children, siblings or other extended family members. Holidays are times when this estrangement can lead to anxiousness, PTS and other conditions. Estrangement reflects physical or emotional distancing and minimal contact or communication … Continue reading Holidays and Family Estrangement
Those with ADHD often struggle with social anxiety. There is help to those in need. Question is do you need a psychologist, a therapist, or a coach? Or should you will your way through it all or just give up and hide? The options are … Continue reading Attention Talk Radio: ADHD and Social Anxiety: Point/Counterpoint
It’s so easy to get caught up in the rush and stress of the holiday season. But, we’re going to take a few minutes now to refocus and turn our attention to the simple pleasures this time of year. Click logo below to read more.
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Getting treatment for ADHD requires using several strategies while working closely with healthcare providers, therapists, teachers, and family members. It also means adopting approaches such as school interventions, behavioral therapy, psychotherapy, coaching, and possibly medication. Perhaps most importantly, you’ll need to swap any notion of … Continue reading HealthCentral: Let’s Talk About ADHD Treatment
Being a volunteer, making charitable donations, or even something as simple as holding the door for someone has positive health benefits. So, why not improve your well being by giving to others. Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Sharon Saline explains how the act of selflessness can have … Continue reading 22 News Mass Appeal: Improve your health by giving