Special Announcement! Join Our New Executive Function Challenge, Seeing My Time in Action

I’d like to ask a quick question. Can you name some nagging thing that you want or need to get done but you just can’t start it? I think the real question is who can’t name such a task? For

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Getting Past Fear

I just returned from presenting at the LDA national conference. Dr. Jerome Schultz, a clinical neuropsychologist at Harvard, gave a keynote with the title: Conquering the Fear Factor: Helping Kids with

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The Danger of Labels

People often find me and my work because of a label they have been given. Typically it is “executive function deficits.” Testing or evaluations were sought out to explain “why” a certain

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How to Embrace the Future: Creating a Yearly Plan

Ready for my toast to 2018? Raise a glass, or a cup of tea, and say with me: To planning! The ability to plan for the future, and then take the actions required to accomplish those plans, requires the

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Winter Courses Are Open!

Have you been interested in taking a course from us in the past? Winter is a great time to do this. Our professional courses are hosted online, and our family group course is held in Portland, Oregon.

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Two Tips to Lower Holiday Stress

Have you been feeling stressed with the holiday season approaching? I have just returned from Texas and the conference for the Association of Educational Service Agencies. The keynote speaker was Eric

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In celebration the release of our upcoming Seeing My Time® planner this Sunday, November 12th, I created a free webinar called How to Choose the Right Planner for You. The goal of this webinar is to help

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How Does Your Brain See Time?

One of my newest clients seeking help for executive function deficits is a delightful gentleman somewhere in his 60’s. He specifically wanted help with planning. He shared that his wife of many years

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Adults Need Help Too | Some Big News!

I got into this whole world of executive functions because of my own brain’s challenges. The origins of Seeing My Time started with developing a different way to think about the relationship between

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Practice Your Executive Functions – With Exercise

At first glance, you might not realize that an exercise habit is directly linked to your brain’s executive functioning. I was considering this fact last week as I did my three-mile Sunday jog around

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