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Medicating a Child for ADHD: A Parent Dilemma

By Michael Banov

Choosing to put your child on medication for ADHD is often a difficult and emotionally challenging decision. Parents are reluctant…

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Success with ADD/ADHD: A Strength Based Approach

By David Giwerc

We live in a performance-oriented world.  It’s a world where too much emphasis is placed on identifying a person’s weaknesses…

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Play Your Way to a Higher IQ

By Beth Ardell

Once believed to be static, plenty of evidence now supports the idea that IQ scores are, in fact, influenced by many factors. Genetics play a significant role, of course, but so do physical, socio-economic and educational environments.

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Keeping It Simple

By Alexis Davis

Throughout sessions with parents of children diagnosed with ADHD one of the most common problems is motivating children to change…

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College Readiness: What Does That Mean for Kids with ADHD?

By Jodie Dawson

By Featured Experts, Dr. Jodie Dawson and Jane Benson, MA, CPCC Coach: “What would happen if you didn’t remind your…

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How to Motivate Your Child to Become a Life-Long Learner

By Jed Applerouth

It’s rare to find a student who consistently exhibits strong motivation towards all academic subjects. Jennifer may race towards math,…

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Seeing Good Intentions Even When Kids Are Acting “Bad”

By Dr. Kirsten Milliken

“A good intention, with a bad approach, often leads to a poor result.” ― Thomas Edison Someone once told me…

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Growth vs. Fixed Mindset in Kids and Adults

Interview with Maggie Wray | PhD & Diane Dempster | MHSA, CPC, PCC

One of the most basic beliefs we carry about ourselves has to do with how we view our personality. You…

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The Link Between Brain Maturity & Academic Success with ADHD

By Chris Dendy

For years, clinicians in the ADHD community debated if a link existed between a child’s brain development and performance in…

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