Partnering with Your Child’s Doctor: ADHD & Behavioral Concerns

Partner with Your Child's Doctor: ADHD & Behavior

I recently connected with Dr. Nerissa Bauer, a wonderful behavioral pediatrician. While pediatricians offer general primary care services to children, behavioral pediatricians assist in specific difficulties, struggles, or deficiencies in the growth and development of a child. I asked her to share how you can work with a behavioral pediatrician when you have concerns about your … Read more

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

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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

Parenting An ADHD Child In The Age of Covid

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I know that for most of you the school year is finally ending.  I hope you are all healthy and safe and have an opportunity to relax a little bit. I have been working with many families on navigating the summer plans given the restrictions and challenges.  Please reach out if you would like some … Read more

What exactly IS a Parent Coach? 

ADHD Parent Coach Cindy Goldrich

For over ten years, I have been working with parents of children who have ADHD, executive function challenges, learning challenges, and behavioral challenges. When parents initially contact me, they are often seeking support to help their children directly.  Our skilled Coaches do provide direct support to teens and college students. But, parents sometimes become disappointed … Read more

What Makes Waking Up So Difficult for People with ADHD

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In a previous article, What makes sleep so difficult for kids with ADHD, We explored the difficulties that children and adolescents may have with falling asleep.  As we have mentioned in many sessions with parents and professionals, research shows that between 25 and 50% of people with ADHD have clinically reported sleep difficulties. These can be … Read more

Parent the child You have! An Approach to Positive Parenting with Cindy Goldrich

September 28, 2018 No Two Parent Experiences Are The Same When It Comes to ADHD Every person is born with a unique chemistry, physique and temperament – and no operator’s manual!  This understanding is why the guiding principle of “parenting the child you have” is a pillar of PTS Coaching’s positive parenting mantra.  Whether we … Read more