It may only be early November, but now is a great time to start thinking about and planning for the upcoming holiday season! There’s only so much time in every day, and everyone wants to enjoy family fun while making all the necessary plans and preparations.
Most often when people hear about ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), they think of children or adolescents. That’s likely because overall awareness of ADHD diagnoses and intervention strategies in schools have increased significantly in the last few decades. Children with ADHD often have difficulty in
Procrastination. Distraction. Frustration. They’re all familiar for kids and adults with ADHD when attempting to get stuff done. Whether you’re trying to help your third-grader tackle her homework or make a dent in your own tax return, it can be
If you’re a parent of a child with ADHD, you know how difficult simple areas of the day can often be. Getting out of the house for school on time? Chaotic. Having your child sit down after school to finish their
October 15 is Global Handwashing Day. Established in 2008, Global Handwashing Day is a global advocacy day dedicated to increasing awareness and understanding of the importance of handwashing as an effective and affordable way to prevent diseases and save lives. The Global
Posted by Christen Barbercheck Seven years ago I was sitting in a psychologist’s office and feeling pretty astounded. How could my parents, grandparents, teachers, camp counselors, friends’ parents, employers, etc. have missed this? How did I? How was I thirty years old and just
I think my child has ADHD… Now what? You’ve had questions about your child’s development for a while. Maybe you’ve shared these concerns with others and you’ve been met with a listening ear. Or, maybe you’ve been met with comments that are
By: Corabeth King, Second Year College Student College has been a huge learning curve, especially with my first year being all online. It was hard to get my feet going when school started, after moving to a new place and
Today we have a blog post written by Clinical Rehabilitation Counselor, Daniel J. Gilbride MRC/LPC. Daniel shares how those who struggle with anxiety can have an especially difficult time with time management. Time management can be a trigger for many with anxiety. Daniel
If you or a family member is living with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), you likely understand the exhausting impact it can have on your everyday life. For many living with OCD, it may seem to exert complete control over your mind and actions throughout the day.