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Let’s Stop Timed Tests

Stop Timed Tests

Adam Grant, a well-known Organizational Psychologist and Psychology Professor at the Warton School of Business, recently wrote an excellent opinion piece in the NY Times titled: The SATs Will Be Different Next Year, and That Could Be a Game-Changer (NY Times, Sept. 20, 2023). Please read this article by Adam Grant and his take on timed … Read more

Train All Teachers About ADHD Challenges

Train All Teachers About ADHD Challenges blog 8.17.23

It is time to train ALL teachers on how to Understand and Support Students with ADHD, Executive Dysfunction, and Behavioral Challenges. Teachers and their students deserve it. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 9.8% of school-age children have been diagnosed with ADHD.  Most of these children are educated in the general education classroom, … Read more

Becoming a Parent Coach

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A while back, I was a guest on Sean McCormick’s, Earn More Tutoring podcast, where we discussed my coaching model and how I began training others to be ADHD Parent Coaches.

We also discuss the progression of how PTS Coaching began and grew. There are many good takeaways if you have a coaching or tutoring business that you are getting off the ground.

LISTEN HERE

I have had so many participants of my Calm and Connected© parent workshop want to take their passion and train to support other parents.  Through my ADHD Parent Coach Academy, I train therapists, educators, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, and parents whose children have now launched into adulthood.

If you have any questions about becoming an ADHD Parent Coach, please get in touch with me:
You can call me at 516.398.9934.

Or, if you prefer, please use this link to set up a good time for us to speak: http://bit.ly/PTScalendar

I’m looking forward to talking with you.

Best,
Cindy

“Why Don’t You Listen?” How to Stop Nagging and Start Communicating

ADHD ODD

I recently wrote this article for ADDitude Magazine online. I hope you find it helpful. Your child or teen may be ignoring your requests for very good reasons. Instead of insisting on compliance and obedience, we can find out the source of their resistance by engaging in teachable moments. “My son just doesn’t listen to … Read more

Struggle to Success: The Power of ADHD Coaching

Struggle to Success ADHD Coaching

ADHD Coaching can make such a positive difference for high school and college students, helping them go from struggling to success. We have seen it time and time again. Samantha was a high school student struggling to keep up with her classes. She felt that she was always behind, and her grades were suffering. She … Read more

Six Benefits of Parent-Centered Coaching

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Parenting is hard. Parenting neurodiverse children is even harder. I have helped thousands of parents turn their chaotic, stressful homes into ones where love, connection, and compassion have helped their children thrive and the whole family enjoy happiness and peaceful times. When children are struggling with the very real challenges that accompany ADHD, it is … Read more

Alternative Treatments for ADHD

Lions mane ADDitude article 6.2.23

Parents often ask me about alternative treatments for ADHD. I am sharing this article from my colleagues and highly respected practitioners Dr. Ari Tuckman and Dr. Stephanie Sarkis.  It speaks to both the science and the research of these often-used alternatives. The Truth About Lion’s Mane, Psychedelics & Caffeine People with ADHD increasingly consider unconventional … Read more