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Executive Function Training

How to Get Going When You Lack Motivation

This morning, I’ve found endless amusement in the fact that I set out to write a blog post about motivation… three hours ago. Of course, …

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Executive Function Training

Gratitude and Executive Functioning

This week, I find myself pondering the concept of gratitude. Of course, this is the perfect time of year to give thanks, regardless of how …

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Executive Function Training

Parenting through Failures, An Executive Function Lens (Part 1)

Your child is at risk of failing their least favorite class. You want to prevent that from happening, but struggle with accountability and consequences. Maybe …

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Executive Function Training

Helping Your Family Stick to New Routines

It is now a couple of weeks into the new school year! It may be that those new routines that you set for yourself and …

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Parent Coaching

Three Ways to End this School Year with Intentionality

The end of the school year is upon us! Sweet pictures of kindergarten graduations are filling my scrolls through social media, and sentimental, reflective posts …

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Executive Function Training

Finding Goal-Oriented Solutions that Don’t Short-Circuit Your Brain

Have you ever labeled yourself or someone else in a negative way? This is more of a rhetorical question, not one to make you feel …

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Academic Coaching

Motivation: How to Work With Your Brain to Get Things Done

Have you ever wondered where motivation comes from and how to have more of it? Perhaps you wonder about motivation when you are staring at …

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Executive Function Training

Interoception: What Our Body Tells Us About Executive Functioning

As a nine year old, I waited backstage before stepping out to play the piano.  My hands were sweaty and cold. I hated clammy hands, …

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Academic Coaching

Small Ways to Keep Your Kids On Track This Year

This school year has, undoubtedly, been unlike any you have experienced before. Regardless of whether your kids are in-person, hybrid, or remote, there is a …

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