“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” ~ Albert Einstein Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD) is fairly common across the … Read More
Learning Challenges are Over-represented in the Juvenile Justice System According to the National Center on Education, Disability and Juvenile Justice, more than 125,000 youth are in custody in nearly 3,500 public and private juvenile correctional facilities in the United States. … Read More
Coaching young adults with executive-function challenges is about allowing the brain and the body’s nervous system to work together to for best results. There are several ways of looking at coaching. One is coaching for compliance and the other is coaching for growth. By helping those with ADHD find new ways to think in a positive framework, coaches can help improve brain function, reduce anxiety, increase executive function and certainly reduce stress.
Many people want to meditate to reduce stress and anxiety in their lives. Frequently they will say ‘I want to do a mindfulness practice. People tell me it will be good for me, but I just can’t do it. I can’t sit on that darn cushion. I can’t focus.’ We can all meditate, but most of us for not very long. A technique called NANO MINDFULNESS can help achieve the benefits of meditation without the distractions.
In the July 7th issue of the Wall Street Journal, L. Gordon Crovitz wrote about the formation of the Internet Overload Research Group (Unloading Information Overload). Apparently the internet is so distracting to the average technology employee that Microsoft, Google, … Read More
To much of the ADHD community, Michael Phelps’s phenomenal swimming at the Bejing Summer Olympics is a beacon of pride and hope. For all the advances in diagnosing and treating ADHD, it remains greatly stigmatized. In chat rooms and bulletin … Read More