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How to Develop a Healthy Relationship with Your Child’s Special Education Teacher

For many kids, the start of a new school year can feel daunting. They enter a new classroom filled with unfamiliar faces and have to adjust to different teaching styles and expectations. For students with special needs, overcoming these unnerving fee...
by Empowering Parents on Jan 9, 2015

Neurofeedback for Children

by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Jan 5, 2015

Two Children, One Spectrum: Medication

  This is part 8 in a series about two children on the autism spectrum. You can read the rest of the series by clicking here.  Today Jen, from Anybody Want a Peanut, and I will be talking about the topic of medication.   Moe: About a year...

Two Children, One Spectrum: Medication

  This is part 8 in a series about two children on the autism spectrum. You can read the rest of the series by clicking here.  Today Jen, from Anybody Want a Peanut, and I will be talking about the topic of medication.   Moe: About a year...

Two Children, One Spectrum: Communication

  If you missed my last post, this is a new series about two children on the autism spectrum. Jen, from Anybody Want a Peanut, will be writing about her son, Moe, and I will write about Connor as we explore similarities and differences in severa...

Brain Measures – The New Psychiatric Standard

CorePsych The current labeling system is logical, reasonable and often useful for short periods, however it, more frequently than not, disregards the peer-reviewed perceptions of modern brain science associated with informed self management over time...
by CorePsychBlog on Nov 30, 2014

Brain Measures – The New Psychiatric Standard

CorePsych The current labeling system is logical, reasonable and often useful for short periods, however it, more frequently than not, disregards the peer-reviewed perceptions of modern brain science associated with informed self management over time...
by CorePsychBlog on Nov 30, 2014

Intermittent Explosive Disorder Insights

CorePsych More than simply a mood disorder, Intermittent Explosive Disorder seems so completely atypical and unreasonable. Biomedical, data driven answers appear promising. The post Intermittent Explosive Disorder Insights appeared first on CorePsy...
by CorePsychBlog on Nov 23, 2014

Intermittent Explosive Disorder Insights

CorePsych More than simply a mood disorder, Intermittent Explosive Disorder seems so completely atypical and unreasonable. Biomedical, data driven answers appear promising. The post Intermittent Explosive Disorder Insights appeared first on CorePsy...
by CorePsychBlog on Nov 23, 2014

Room For Such

I've been waking up around 12:30/1:00 in the a.m. the past few nights. And not a groggy waking up. A full on alert, ready to do something waking up. So I've taken an adderall because it calms my mind, and I'll write or play a game on my phone or just...
by kristinlately on Nov 19, 2014

Oppositional Defiant Insights

CorePsych From murderers to ADHD, from Oppositional Defiant to Conduct Disorders, biology - actual biologic markers - can turn the tide of apparently conflict-free behaviors. The post Oppositional Defiant Insights appeared first on CorePsych.
by CorePsychBlog on Nov 16, 2014

Oppositional Defiant Insights

CorePsych From murderers to ADHD, from Oppositional Defiant to Conduct Disorders, biology - actual biologic markers - can turn the tide of apparently conflict-free behaviors. The post Oppositional Defiant Insights appeared first on CorePsych.
by CorePsychBlog on Nov 16, 2014

What Doctors Mean by ADHD

Disease vs. Disorder Because you may at one time or another deal with doctors, it is important to understand some of their jargon. Most important […]...
by How To Learn on Nov 15, 2014

Handwriting Lessons for Visual and Kinesthetic Learners

Handwriting is visual and kinesthetic. (You connect the picture of the word with the movement it takes to create it.) Many kinesthetics couldn’t care less […]...
by How To Learn on Nov 12, 2014

15 ways to improve your attention and stay focused

By David Joel Miller. Here are 15 ways to boost your ability to pay attention and stay focused.   Most of us were never taught how to stay focused and pay attention. We were told to “pay attention” and if … Continue reading →...
by counseolrssoapbox on Nov 12, 2014

Kinesthetic Learners

Kinesthetic learners are a large part of the ADHD population, and the medical literature on ADHD reveals three areas of difficulty for them: school, relationships […]...
by How To Learn on Nov 10, 2014

Breathing dirty air during pregnancy raises odds of childhood ADHD-related behavior problems

Prenatal exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, or PAH, a component of air pollution, raises the odds of behavior problems associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, at age 9, according to researchers at the Columbia...
by PolygenicBlog on Nov 6, 2014

Copper Levels, Mind, Anxiety and Estrogen

CorePsych Free copper levels, measured by using serum copper and ceruloplasmin calculations, will become important in treatment only if measured and identified. Calculations are in order. The post Copper Levels, Mind, Anxiety and Estrogen appeared fi...
by CorePsychBlog on Nov 3, 2014

Copper Levels, Mind, Anxiety and Estrogen

CorePsych Free copper levels, measured by using serum copper and ceruloplasmin calculations, will become important in treatment only if measured and identified. Calculations are in order. The post Copper Levels, Mind, Anxiety and Estrogen appeared fi...
by CorePsychBlog on Nov 3, 2014

Biomedical Testing Additions At CorePsych

CorePsych The Walsh Team takes biomedical testing to a completely new level through the review of volunteer patients eager to review additional options in the face of years of treatment failure. The post Biomedical Testing Additions At CorePsych appe...
by CorePsychBlog on Oct 26, 2014


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