A Psychologist’s Guide To ADHD Organization: Part 2

A Psychologist’s Guide To ADHD Organization: Part 2

Last week, we introduced you to one of our fantastic providers, Dr. Ann Marie. This week, she lays out the specific steps on how to get your family back on track… just in time for the start of the school year!

A Psychologist’s Guide To ADHD Organization: Part 1

A Psychologist’s Guide To ADHD Organization Part 1

Children with ADHD struggle with organizing tasks, staying focused, and following through on projects. So what can you, as a caregiver of a child with ADHD, do to set your child up for success this year? In this week’s blog, one of our providers, Dr. Ann Marie, shares her amazing strategies for helping your child stay organized and thrive!

What You Must Know Before Hiring a Sleep Consultant

What You Must Know Before Hiring a Sleep Consultant

Before we get to the juicy stuff, let’s answer a question that may be entering your brain right about now: “What is a sleep consultant?” A sleep consultant helps you sleep better… that’s pretty obvious. But what wasn’t clear to me until I got into the wellness world was the fact that sleep specialists are […]

Drive Away Your Nail Biting

How To Find A Psychologist To Drive Away Your Nail Biting

Do you hide your hands when meeting someone new? Do you find yourself mindlessly biting your nails or picking your cuticles while watching TV or when particularly stressed? Do you see this behavior in your child? We unpack nail biting/picking, explain why people do it, and share some of the best treatments for this habit.

Teen Obesity: How Involved Should I Get In Tackling My Child’s Weight?

Teen Obesity: How Involved Should I Get In Tackling My Child’s Weight?

As an eating disorder therapist and as a parent, I know how difficult it is to support a teenager who is struggling with weight. There’s a fine line between teaching your child to love their body while also emphasizing the importance of healthy eating habits. In the past 30 years, teen obesity has quadrupled in the U.S., so how do we help our kids?