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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How to Teach Executive Functions

Every year, my month of August is all about coaching my clients through the Seeing My Time program – intensely. I usually teach the curriculum to each individual or family once a week for nine weeks.

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Free Presentation from Marydee Sklar: 50 Tips to Help Your Student Succeed

Learn from Marydee Sklar, the creator of the Seeing My Time program, as she teaches practical tips and strategies for supporting students with their executive functions. In this presentation, you will

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How to Stop Getting Lost in Perfectionism

I had never thought about the link between executive functions and perfectionism until I watched a client – a medical professional, circle around and around and around her desire to craft beautiful

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How to Make a Plan

Of all the executive functions, planning can be the most challenging for kids. That’s because their brains have often not yet developed the ability to manage future thinking. Teachers and parents

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