Do you frequently start and abandon projects? Does your ability to concentrate flip-flop between The Laser Beam and The Disco Ball? Sometimes ADHD is obvious, but sometimes it can fly under the radar. The Savvy Psychologist explains the common, and not so common, signs of this disorder. Plus, learn about medication-free tips to manage ADHD […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
“How to Pick and ADHD Therapist Who’s Right for You” By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. Associate Editor, Psych Central.com Medication is highly effective for treating ADHD. But it can’t teach you skills for living successfully with the disorder. And it can’t help you overcome common co-occurring concerns such as low self-esteem. That’s where psychotherapy comes in. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on How to Pick and ADHD Therapist…
Published: Monday, Oct. 15, 2012 – 6:09 am PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 15, 2012 — /PRNewswire/ — Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a genetic, neurobiological disorder that results in challenges with attention, hyperactivity and impulsivity that affects more than 13 million Americans, along with their families, friends and colleagues. The ADHD Awareness Coalition partnered with TotallyADD.com to conduct […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Nationwide Video Contest Highlights the Broad Spectrum of those Affected by ADHD
ADHD continues to be a much misunderstood disorder that can add significant academic and behavioral challenges to children and adults. This article by the Child Mind Institute summarizes the dilemma that many parents face when faced with when exploring the possibility of ADHD in their child. The article presents some very informative and resourceful information […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on What is ADHD, and Why do People Say It Doesn’t Exist?
Have you noticed that, like other ADD adults, you are routinely 5-10 minutes late for work, appointments, and most other scheduled events? It’s not that you intend to be late. You just simply got lost and distracted in time. Let’s face it — ADD Adults generally have a poor concept of time. We understand time […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Here is a nice television news discussion about adult ADHD. Phoenix Arizona News reporter, Kaley O’Kelley, interviews local physician, Dr. Art Mollen about adult ADHD. See the video: Adult ADHD – 10 signs you might have itContinue Reading... No Comments.
I am always thankful when clients, friend and colleagues send articles, studies and resources pertaining to ADHD. Thank you Susanna for sending this news article. <<<<<<>>>>>> Here’s a new and interesting news article that speaks to the value of behavioral therapy and/or the ADHD coaching which I provide. “Not-So-Quick Fix: ADHD Behavioral Therapy May Be […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Article by Eileen Baily, ADHD Central.com What did you forget today? Over the years I have received emails from many adults with ADHD. One recurring theme in these emails is how difficult the symptom of forgetfulness is. Of all the different ADHD symptoms, this, according to one woman, is the worst. Her forgetfulness has labeled […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Adults with ADHD Lose Over 3 Weeks of Work Annually Free Seminar Helps Improve Workplace Performance ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Can ADD and ADHD in adults affect workplace wellness, attendance and overall job performance? Absolutely. According to a recent report in HealthDay News, adults with ADD/ADHD lose more than 3 weeks of work annually. The report […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
While coaching an adolescent client, he informed me that, “I don’t really have problems with organization. I have trouble with memory, remembering to do things”. Memory problems for the ADHD individual may be linked to deficiencies in our brain. It may also be attributed to simple boredom, lack of interest and/or distractions that prevent us […]Continue Reading... No Comments.