Have you ever heard of executive functioning? This term may be used at school or at therapy when talking about students’ basic skills. Each of us needs to be the CEO, the executive, or the person in charge of how we function. This is particularly important for kids and teens, who are developing these skills as they mature. Students improve their executive functioning skills in order to reach their personal maximum level of achievement. Essentially, they are the skills that we need in order to organize, prioritize, and complete tasks. Executive functioning skills are vital to a person’s success. Learn more about executive functioning, and why an academic success coach may be just what your child needs…Read More
Entering into therapy can be a daunting and sometimes even scary process. Finding a therapist that you believe can understand and help you is essential to the success of the process.
Read on for three ways to know if a therapist is a good fit for you..Read More
A self-fulfilling prophecy = a prediction bound to become true as a result of behavior caused by its being expressed. Read on to see if your thinking could be causing your own negative outcomes....Read More
The transition to college can be stressful and overwhelming. Here are some helpful tips for your or a college student you know to make the process more manageable...Read More