Today we are joined by Dr. Sharon Saline, PsyD to talk about individuals living with ADHD at school, at work and at home. Grab her book here: https://amzn.to/3ftWiu6 It may surprise you to learn that adults can be diagnosed with ADHD (which can present itself … Continue reading Bare Slate: Living With ADHD At School, At Work & At Home with Dr. Sharon Saline PsyD
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22 News Mass Appeal: Clever ways to pack in more fun with the kids before summer ends
(Mass Appeal) – Are you disappointed that the pandemic has hampered some fun summer plans with the family? Clinical Psychologist Dr. Sharon Saline of DrSharonSaline.com joins us with some creative ways to enjoy time with the family while staying safe. Click logo below to watch.
CHADD Webinar: “Off You Go!” Helping Your Teen Navigate The Transition From High School To The Next Chapter
Many families struggle with the pressure and anxiety related to launching teens with ADHD to life after high school. It’s hard to know when to support them and when to let go. How can you teach them the life skills they’ll need to thrive independently? … Continue reading CHADD Webinar: “Off You Go!” Helping Your Teen Navigate The Transition From High School To The Next Chapter
22 News Mass Appeal: Understanding and managing the anxiety of returning to school
(Mass Appeal) – These are anxious times for kids and adults as the school year restarts. But it’s important to remember that children absorb how adults act in different situations and feed off those emotions and actions. Dr. Sharon Saline is here today with some … Continue reading 22 News Mass Appeal: Understanding and managing the anxiety of returning to school
Additude Mag: Distance Learning Meets ADHD (Again): Smooth the Transition Back to Remote Schooling
Distance learning is not ideal for all students with ADHD. Surviving the coming school year will mean reducing anxiety and tension at home while also maintaining realistic expectations, providing appropriate supports, and advocating for our children with eyes wide open. Click logo below to read … Continue reading Additude Mag: Distance Learning Meets ADHD (Again): Smooth the Transition Back to Remote Schooling
22 News Mass Appeal: Back to School Week: Start The New School Year With The Right Study Habits
(Mass Appeal) – Did your kids struggle in the spring with remote learning? It’s important to start the new school year off on the right foot. Here with some study tips for hybrid and remote learning is clinical psychologist Dr. Sharon Saline Click logo below … Continue reading 22 News Mass Appeal: Back to School Week: Start The New School Year With The Right Study Habits
The Enrollment Management Association: The Big Pivot: Preparing Your Community for an Unusual Back-to-School Transition
This has certainly been the strangest of times. The combination of changes wrought by COVID-19 and socio-political protests have disrupted life for students, families, and school communities across the world. Canceled summer programs, internships, jobs, and vacations intensified everybody’s disappointment, frustration, and worry. It’s tough … Continue reading The Enrollment Management Association: The Big Pivot: Preparing Your Community for an Unusual Back-to-School Transition
22 News Mass Appeal: Reducing Anxiety by Shifting From Worry to Wonder
(Mass Appeal) – Look at how much worrying you’ve done over the past few months. Imagine in the future you took all the time you would’ve spent worrying and shifted that to be more inquisitive by wondering in a positive way? Dr. Sharon Saline explains … Continue reading 22 News Mass Appeal: Reducing Anxiety by Shifting From Worry to Wonder
Additude Mag: From Screen Time to Safe Socializing: The Summer 2020 Guide for ADHD Families
Summer safety during a pandemic means activities that are socially distant yet still fun and collaborative for kids with ADHD. Use these strategies to better communicate with your child, devise activities for the whole family, and make the most of this weird summer. Click the … Continue reading Additude Mag: From Screen Time to Safe Socializing: The Summer 2020 Guide for ADHD Families
Additude Mag: Q: Why Is My Child with ADHD So Angry and Violent Now?
Some children with ADHD are prone to emotional outbursts of anger, violence, and abusive language. Here, learn how parents can anticipate and prevent this extreme emotional dysregulation, and respond calmly and productively when it happens. Click logo below to read more.