In this video, you’re going to learn the number one physical exercise that you can do to jar you into focus. In fact, I’m going to be demonstrating the exercise myself and since I don’t have any sneakers at my office I’m going to be in socks 😉 So you’re in for a treat 😉 Don’t judge me! Katya Seberson […]
Speaker 1: (singing) “I’m every woman, It’s all in me. Do you have ADHD?” I am not a singer, but I love to sing. So… Hello. Welcome visionaries back to my channel. If you are new here, please remember to subscribe to my channel and click the little gray bell down there to be notified the moment I upload another […]
Symptoms of ADHD typically arise or become apparent when the child enters into a more structured educational setting. The first sign is often times hyperactivity. That is particularly true for children who are showing more of the hyperactive and impulsive subtypes. So they are just going to show a lot of behavior. They simply behave too much. A lot of […]
If you could know what’s on his mind. If your heart could feel the way her heart feels. But kids don’t wear their thoughts on their sleeves. So it’s time to give them a voice. It’s time to give hope to every child living with mental illness. Together we can transform children’s mental health. Join the movement at OnOurSleeves.org.
When you think about all the things humans have put their mind to, it’s impressive: we built and landed robots on Mars to learn more about space. We conjured up theories about how the universe works — and then proved them right. We sequenced the human genome to paint a complete picture of our dna. but as for the minds […]
So today’s topic is something many of us struggle with and that is the anxiety around potentially stopping therapy. What do we do? So stay tuned. So, like I said today’s topic is how to deal with the anxiety of potentially terminating therapy. Or at the very least, giving more time in between sessions. Now, in the therapy world we […]
What most people know—or think they know—about attention deficit disorder, or ADD, is that it’s used to describe somebody who can’t stay focused…and when they REALLY can’t focus, they have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. This continuum from one to the next isn’t quite how it works, though. ADD and ADHD are actually synonymous, as in, they’re the same. […]