Nia was so excited to go to college. She’d been diagnosed with inattentive attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in eighth grade and received accommodations, such as extra time on tests, preferential classroom seating, and getting copies of teachers’ notes. An executive functioning coach helped her … Continue reading IECA Insights: Female Students With ADHD: How IECs Can Help
It’s just not the senior spring semester you pictured. No in-person ceremonies, no senior week festivities and no special celebrations. For many seniors, school is (almost) over. Instead of participating in typical end-of-the-year traditions, having meaningful goodbyes with friends, you’re closing your computers and sitting … Continue reading Psychology Today: Graduating Seniors with ADHD
Dr. Sharon Saline speaks about her book, What Kids With ADHD Wish You Knew and How You Can Help, as part of the Unleash Your Kid’s Genius Summit: Raise Self-Esteem in Kids Who Learn & Think Differently Watch the video at the link below!
If you’re an ADHD parent, you can probably use all of the ADHD parenting tips that you can get. This includes ADHD parenting tips for those with ADHD kids, but also those parents who have ADHD themselves (or both!). Click logo below to read more.
ealousy is a natural emotion, but it’s also an unhealthy one. According to therapists at Psych Central, insecurity leads to envy, which then turns into jealousy, and may end in shame. In fact, these four primal emotions often overlap. Sometimes a fifth emotion is involved: … Continue reading Parentology: Teaching Your Child Not To Be Jealous
It’s 15 minutes until the start of your first class and you can’t find your keys—again. You’re frantically searching through piles of clothes, empty bags of chips and piles of papers. You know you put them down, but where? Finally, at the last possible moment, you find … Continue reading Psychology Today: Are You Tired of Losing Things?
You’re tired. Tired of studying, tired of papers, presentations, tests and projects. But, sadly, you’re not done yet. The pressure is on to finish the semester strong. How can you muster the persistence and organization you need to get everything done while staying as sane … Continue reading Psychology Today: Finishing Your Semester Strong
When you’ve landed a steady job, whether it’s full or part-time, it’s very exciting to make and have your own money. Managing that money, though, can often be challenging. Learn how to manage your money effectively. Click logo below to read more.
Social anxiety is a common problem. As parents, it can be difficult to know when to rush in to help and when to let your child figure it out themselves. Here with advice is Dr. Sharon Saline. Click logo below to read more.
Many kids, especially those with learning challenges, may need extra support navigating the shift back to school. Dr. Sharon Saline offers four tips to help get kids off on the right foot. Click logo below to read more.
If you have ADHD, you may sense your partner is sometimes frustrated by your behavior, but you might not know exactly what’s bothering her — or what to do about it. Everyone’s different, but there are some common things like disorganization, forgetfulness, or blurting out your … Continue reading WebMD: What Is Your Non-ADHD Partner Thinking?
In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, ADHD coach Jeff Copper (www.digcoaching.com) interviews Dr. Sharon Saline (www.drsharonsaline.com) on the topic of shame and negative self-talk, what is obvious about its negative implications, and the truth about it. She also shares a trick to move past … Continue reading Blog Talk Radio: ADHD Shame and Negative Self-Talk
School-based interventions improve academic performance and social relationships. For high school students with ADHD who already run a higher risk for underachievement and dropping out than neurotypical kids, having support services can make all the difference. Click logo below to read more.
[Dr. Sharon Saline’s] unique perspective – as a sibling in an ADHD home, combined with decades of experience as a clinical psychologist and educator/clinician consultant – assists her in guiding families and adults towards effective communication and closer connections.
When tangling with teen moods and defiance, it’s easy to forget you’re on the same team! Both you and your teen want him to succeed. Use these five strategies to avoid the dynamics that pit kids against their parents, and help no one.
Tune in to #Nonfiction4Life episode 59! In this podcast, Janet speaks with Dr. Sharon Saline about her new book “WHAT YOUR ADHD CHILD WISHES YOU KNEW: WORKING TOGETHER TO EMPOWER KIDS FOR SUCCESS IN SCHOOL AND LIFE.” In her #book, psychologist Saline shares the thoughts of kids & teenagers with #ADD and #ADHDand … Continue reading NONFICTION4LIFE: What Your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, Penny talks with Dr. Sharon Saline (August 2018) about what your child with ADHD wishes you knew, in conjunction with the release of Dr. Saline’s new book. We’re talking about how most kids feel like parents aren’t hearing … Continue reading Parenting ADHD Podcast: with Dr. Sharon Saline
In this webinar recording (April 2018) from ADDA, Dr. Saline will teach you how to decide if you need a therapist and easy ways to find one who fits you best. With the many options of coaching, counseling, therapy and online support groups, it can … Continue reading ADDA: Do You Need A Therapist For ADHD
This month’s blog is actually an interview that I had with the team at ImpactADHD. com. It focuses on building resilience and competency as a way to help ADHD kids manage their anxiety. Check it out! http://impactadhd.com/manage-emotions-and-impulses/kids-with-anxiety/
Despite our best intentions, it seems like most families are frequently more stressed by the holiday season that they would like. Between our regular responsibilities of work, parenting and other life tasks, we now add shopping for gifts, planning family celebrations, attending holiday parties and … Continue reading Reduce Holiday Overwhelm–Simplify!
Creating Incentives that Work: How to do you get your child or teen to do things around the house? Do you ask your daughter nicely to set the table at first but then resort to yelling when she won’t get off her phone? Do you calmly … Continue reading Creating incentives that work
Watch Dr. Saline discuss ADHD parenting with Annie Fox, on Annie’s podcast “Family Confidential – Secrets of Successful Parenting.” What do you do if your child has ADHD? Is your child hyperactive, or just energetic? Dr. Saline offers thoughtful advice and parenting tips.