ADHD Online Presents: ADHD And Autism

Last night, I did a lecture on ADHD and Autism, the overlap between these two diagnoses, and what assessments look like. The talk also included an extensive Q&A with participants discussing how to handle different problem behaviors, how to decide whether medication is the right choice for you, and knowing when you want to getContinue reading “ADHD Online Presents: ADHD And Autism”

Thoughts On Self-Diagnosing

Many people struggle to acknowledge when they are having trouble with their mental health, and this happens for a few reasons. First, stigma about what it means to have mental illness can put people in denial about their symptoms. They don’t want to be labeled “crazy” or “unstable.” Second, mental health is health that relatesContinue reading “Thoughts On Self-Diagnosing”

Coming Soon: I Don’t Want to be Bad

I am excited to announce that I’ve decided to self-publish my manuscript! I’ve been compiling worksheets and interventions that I use with kids and parents when the child has behavioral problems. I Don’t Want to be Bad helps parents understand their role in the child’s behavior and help the child learn to express and copeContinue reading “Coming Soon: I Don’t Want to be Bad”