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ADHD & Emotional Development Infographic... And I'd be remiss not to tell you that the medication I was on for 8-9 years DEPRESSED ME and that we're too quick to call ADHD purely a disability as opposed to at least partially being a different way of thinking that simply does not fit into a broken cookie-cutter education system.

ADHD & Emotional Development Infographic - Spectrum Psychological Services - Counseling & Neurofeedback in Virginia Beach

Adhd.  Interesting.

Find your focus! The idea of an ADHD Diet, high in protein and low in carbohydrates, has gained popularity. Problems concerned with eating are indeed common with ADHD. Just eating a balanced meal before you're "crashing" is a challenge.

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Does My Child Have ODD?

73 ADHD-Friendly ways to organzie your life.not that I have ADH. A squirrel!

Attachment theory, first articulated by John Bowlby in the 1940s and expanded on by Mary Ainsworth in the 1960s and 1970s​. Mary developed the "Strange Situation" to assess the relational pattern between toddlers and their mothers.  The SS is increasingly distressing to the child to see how the parent-child dyad responds-- these are the patterns and their names.

Understanding Attachment

ATTACHMENT - The Attachment Parenting is a Style of Parenting that Emphasizes the Importance of a Secure & Close Relationship Between the Parent & Child. There is Value in Understanding the Fundamentals of Attachment Theory.

Everybody needs a little self care!

Self-Care Wheel. Do you care for yourself in all 6 areas of your life? This helpful wheel labels each one and describes how to care for yourself from each domain. Live a balanced and healthy life!

Learn to say STOP

These activities are designed to be used with younger students when helping them to solve problems they may be having with others by using the words "Stop it, I don't like it". Social stories are a fantastic way to teach appropriate behaviours to your

Use this fun illustration to teach kids to be flexible instead of rigid! - nice illustration for the classroom!

PipeCleaner - Use this fun illustration to teach kids to be flexible instead of rigid! - nice illustration for the classroom!

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