MEREDITH ELLIOTT POWELL — APRIL 14, 2015 I was asked the other day to be the keynote speaker for a Women’s Professional Conference in late June, not unusual as I speak at Women’s Conferences all the time. However, the meeting planner said the client requested me, because the topic was work-life balance, and the client said of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
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
Eliminate Time-Draining E-mail Habits If you are feeling overburdened and stressed at work, your online habits may be partly to blame. Poor e-mail management often is a sign—or the cause—of other time management woes. A top culprit: mismanaging incoming messages. Marsha Egan, president of The Egan Group, a success-coaching firm, offers a self-management program that […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
There are many possible reasons for putting off until tomorrow what you intended to do today. It is only once you know why you are doing it that you can figure out what to do about it. Reason Solution You need more information to do the job right. Replace what’s currently on […]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.
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.
Many of us are using email and texting as a tool for social and work related communication. While these tools can be very effective they also require some level of personal management. Remember, ‘stimulation is my friend’. Email and texting can be effective, quick, entertaining AND it can be a major distraction from other, potentially […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Have you ever heard yourself or others remark, “There’s not enough time”? If you have, you’re certainly in good company. It’s not uncommon for ADHD adults to experience a shortage of both time and money in their lives. While it is true that most ADHD adults struggle with management of time and money, it’s also […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Why ADHD Coaching? ADHD adults are all unique, each having an array of personal strengths personal challenges. Unfortunately, it’s our ADHD specific behavioral challenges and weaknesses that often prevent us from fulfilling our full life potential. ADHD can have significant impact on aspects of your personal life, your career and your relationships. Yet, ADHD adults […]Continue Reading... No Comments.