(Mass Appeal) – Life is filled with changes, some of them positive and some of them challenging. In this year of COVID, there have been more changes than many of us can count. Adapting to them has been really tough for some folks, whether you … Continue reading 22 News Mass Appeal: Adapting to change: Tips for making effective adjustments
Tag: General Psychology
Overcoming Distractions Podcast: EP 107: Ditch negative thinking and develop a positive mindset with your ADHD
How can I have a positive mindset when I have ADHD? That is a question we hear all the time, and we are going to do our best to answer it and offer some expert advice on the subject in this episode. Some people call … Continue reading Overcoming Distractions Podcast: EP 107: Ditch negative thinking and develop a positive mindset with your ADHD
RE-Focus Podcast EP 39: Managing your child’s risky behaviors
Angela Stephens, host of the RE-Focus podcast, is joined by Sharon Saline, Psy.D., a licensed clinical psychologist, who is an expert in how ADHD, learning disabilities and mental health issues affect children, teens and families. They discuss improving memory and focus, taking on your child’s … Continue reading RE-Focus Podcast EP 39: Managing your child’s risky behaviors
22 News Mass Appeal: Managing stress for a better night’s sleep
(Mass Appeal) – The past year has been nothing short of stressful and the simple fact is that stress can adversely affect your sleep quality. Joining us with four tips on managing your stress – and getting a better night’s sleep – is clinical psychologist … Continue reading 22 News Mass Appeal: Managing stress for a better night’s sleep
Psychotherapy Networker | Relearning Parenthood: When Children Reach Adulthood, What Then?
“I live in an open nest. It’s not an empty one, but some days it sure feels that way. The rooms are tidy and still. Things stay just where I place them: the dirty glass in the sink, the jeans drying over the bannister, the … Continue reading Psychotherapy Networker | Relearning Parenthood: When Children Reach Adulthood, What Then?
Overcoming Distractions EP 122: Managing burnout and overwhelm when you have ADHD
“If you have ADHD and you feel you are suffering from overwhelm or even burnout, you want to take the time to listen to this new podcast episode. We discuss one of the silent conditions of mental health and that is burnout. Back on Overcoming … Continue reading Overcoming Distractions EP 122: Managing burnout and overwhelm when you have ADHD
TDAH Descomplicado Interview with Dr. Sharon Saline
The best way to help your child with ADHD ADHD Coach Yuri Maia, TDAH descomplicado (Brazil), and Clinical Psychologist Dr. Sharon Saline (U.S.) discuss Dr. Saline’s experience with ADHD, helpful tips for families, and her book, What Your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew, that is … Continue reading TDAH Descomplicado Interview with Dr. Sharon Saline
Relationship: How to Let Someone Go- 3 Most Important Things You Must Do
“Ending a relationship can be hard, extremely hard. Human beings are relational. The majority of us thrive when we are in relationships that are healthy and mutually satisfying. Sometimes, however, ending relationships and letting someone go is a necessary and difficult part of one’s life … Continue reading Relationship: How to Let Someone Go- 3 Most Important Things You Must Do
COCORO MEDIA: The ADHD-Anger Connection (Japanese Translation)
COCORO MEDIA has translated Dr. Sharon Saline’s Psychology Today article “The ADHD-Anger Connection: How to rein in your temper, reduce frustration, and give a genuine apology” from English to Japanese! Click here to read the COCORO MEDIA article (Japanese). Click here the original article on … Continue reading COCORO MEDIA: The ADHD-Anger Connection (Japanese Translation)
Women & ADHD Podcast: How do we know if it’s ADHD?
The ADHD & Women Podcast features Dr. Sharon Saline “Dr. Saline and I talk about how her interest in ADHD as a psychologist was sparked by her own neurodivergent family. We also talk about inattentive type ADHD in childhood and why so many kids — … Continue reading Women & ADHD Podcast: How do we know if it’s ADHD?