By Kirsten Milliken, Ph.D., PCC Have you ever avoided getting organized by Googling “fun ways to get organized”? I have. I found a lot of fun products — from colored tote containers and eye-catching labels to cool furniture. I also stumbled on a way to get my house “fake clean” in 15 minutes a day. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
So here we are – another new year and another resolution to get organized. But where to start? For best results, the experts at Smead recommend starting small. You will be more likely to achieve your organizing goals if you break them down into bite-sized tasks that can be completed quickly. Take a tip from […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. Associate Editor, PsychCentral As someone with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you probably know all too well the difficulty of accomplishing your goals. It can seem utterly daunting. That’s because realizing goals taxes the executive functions in your brain, said Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D, a clinical psychologist and clinical instructor in the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Meeting Your Goals When You Have ADHD
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHD: An Interview With Mary Solanto, Ph.D. Posted: 10/12/2012 1:30 pm – Huff Post Healthy Living Mary V. Solanto, Ph.D., is associate professor of psychiatry and director of the ADHD Center in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. Dr. Solanto […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHD
Science Daily (Apr. 1, 2010) — Mount Sinai researchers have learned that meta-cognitive therapy (MCT), a method of skills teaching by use of cognitive-behavioral principles, yielded significantly greater improvements in symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adults than those that participate in supportive therapy. The study is now published in the American Journal […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, are hardwired for hyperactivity, distraction and impulsivity. These individuals struggle with organization, prioritization and time management. They overlook details, need extra motivational nudges and may not socialize well with the rest of the staff. Perhaps the biggest difference of all, however, is that people with ADHD have difficulty transitioning […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Adults with ADHD often share common symptoms, characteristics and traits. Can you relate to these real-life experiences of the ADHD Center for Success blogsite readers and my coaching clients? Can you relate to these experiences?? <<<<<< >>>>>> “I loved your postings on your website. I am really trying to keep my emails more concise and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.