Do you answer "yes" to any of the following questions? Are you curious what hidden gifts or talents you possess, but don’t use? Do you sense that you learn or perceive the world differently from others? Does it feel like you could conquer the world – if only you didn’t have so much anxiety and self-doubt? Do you have big wishes/goals, but feel like you’re not educated (or smart) enough to attain them? Ever wonder why you experience relationships and social gatherings differently from your family and friends? Is school or work a struggle? Boring? Simply a poor “fit”? Are you an entrepreneur who wants to fine-tune your role in your business? Are you an employee who secretly wants to be an entrepreneur? As a mom, do you sense that your child is not performing at their best? Or as happy as they should be? Is it hard for you to pay attention, remember things, organize and manage your busy life? Do you feel like you’re a smart, creative person who is drowning in a world of checklists, to-dos, and non-stop life maintenance? Maybe these questions seem like an advertisement for a motivational class or success seminar.
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So your school has recommended you get a "learning assessment" for your child… What does this mean? Perhaps your child’s teacher or counselor has concerns about learning, behavioral, or attention problems.
A Look at the Different Types of Learning Evaluations There are many different types of testing available for learning-related issues.
Perspectives of a Clinical Psychologist Although Attention-Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) is a household word, there are a lot of misunderstandings and misconceptions about the disorder.
Behavioral Checklists Are Just the First Step Towards Accurate Diagnosis Attention-Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) is an incredibly complex neurodevelopmental disorder.
How to Pay for Learning Assessments? To use insurance or to private-pay? That is the question, right? Perhaps you’ve already decided to
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“I prefer to distinguish ADD as attention abundance disorder.