We’re pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Arjun Bansal to our growing team. He is a board-certified psychiatrist with a range of experience working with children and teens. Find out more about Arjun in this Q&A.
What do we do when the way we express love doesn’t feel like it’s enough? When the Golden Rule doesn’t work for you, the first thing to recognize is that it just means the other person is an individual with their own needs and desires.
Our Intern Kelsey explains how exercise benefits not just the body, but also the brain. She describes how this is particularly true for adults and children with ADHD. Read about the science and get inspired!
We parents MUST remember to care for ourselves in order to best care for our children. Practicing self-nurture regularly is our best defense against common parenting crises, and it builds up reserves for the bigger parenting emergencies.
The holidays can feel chaotic, claustrophobic, and just downright crazy. Here are some of our favorite articles and videos from around the web offering tips and tricks for staying happy and healthy during the holidays.
This month, we’re featuring Therapist Jovana Radovic Wood as part of our ‘Meet Our Team’ series. Learn more about Jovana’s background, what inspired her to become a therapist, and what she enjoys doing in her free time.
The SAT and ACT are an unavoidable step along the path to college. Andy Williamson, founder of Hampton Tutors, discusses how those with ADHD and other special educational needs should approach these tests by drawing on their strengths.
Parent Coach Sally Kidder Davis discusses how family meetings satisfy our hardwired drive to connect with one another and help strengthen family bonds. Read how family meetings worked in her family and get inspired!
This month, we’re featuring Parent Coach Peggy Gomula as part of our ‘Meet Our Team’ series. Learn more about Peggy’s background, what inspired her to become a parent coach, and what she enjoys doing in her free time.
Parent Coach Peggy Gomula shares her experience living in a family affected by ADHD. Discover why, in her family, ADHD has never been considered a disability, but rather an often positive source of energy and creativity.
In honor of #ADHDAwarenessMonth, we’re exploring a topic that is often overlooked when it comes to ADHD support: the perspective of non-ADHD siblings. In this blog post, Clinical Director Lesley Todaro shares what works and what doesn’t.
This month, we’re featuring Coach/Therapist Aimee Horn as part of our ‘Meet Our Team’ series. Learn more about Aimee’s background, her philosophy toward coaching and therapy, and what she does in her free time.
Having routines for your family doesn’t mean you can’t be spontaneous! Read Parent Coach Lauren’s insight into the benefits of routines for children and adults, and how to apply them to your family life while remaining flexible.
As parents, we’re tasked with juggling a million things at once. But there’s value in experiencing the present moment. In this blog post, Parent Coach Sally Kidder Davis discusses the pitfalls of multi-tasking and how she reminds herself to be present for children (and herself!).
The transition from summer to the start of the school year does not have to be stressful, anxiety filled or chaotic. In fact it can be enjoyable. Read Coach/Therapist Kathryn’s tips to help with the transition back to school.