Split Families: Strategies and Tips to Support Executive Functioning and Lower Conflict

Lately I’ve been impressed by some split families who’ve come to my table to rally around their struggling child. It is inspiring to have these parents set aside their differences for the

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Exhausted? A Tech Tool for Sleep Hygiene

The other day at about 2:15 in the afternoon, my twenty-year-old client’s head was drooping lower and lower to the table. He yawned and apologized, saying “I’m just so tired.”  Our session turned

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The Launch Pod

When dedicated professionals dream big, even the sky can’t slow us down. Professionals in the education field are already propelling Seeing My Time in a multitude of directions – thriving private

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Seeing My Time Group Course

Do your students struggle to keep track of their assignments? Is your house a maze of piles? Do you hustle and hustle and always end up late? During the Seeing My Time Group Course, Marydee Sklar will

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Executive Functioning Tip #9: Tickler Files

I had never heard of a tickler file until my son introduced me to Getting Things Done by David Allen. Apparently the idea has been around a long time.  But for me, the tickler file was a revelation and

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Upcoming Presentation

Teacher in-service for staff K-12. Title: Introduction to Executive Functioning Skills Time: 2 hours Goal: To develop an understanding of the executive functioning skills of the brain and connect these

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Executive Functioning Tip #8: Paper Piles

(Tip #8 of the series 15 Tips to Support Your Brain for Good Time Management) Piles of paper haunt many people who have issues with executive functioning. For me, paper management was the last piece of

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Executive Functioning Tip # 7: The Digital Timer – One of My Best Buddies

(Tip #7 of the series 15 Tips to Support Your Brain for Good Time Management) While I’m not a fan of digital clocks, I’m a HUGE fan of digital timers. Since time-challenged folks, like those with ADHD,

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Executive Funtioning Tip #6: View the Future, a Month at a Time

(Tip #6 of the series 15 Tips to Support Your Brain for Good Time Management) Just like we need an analog clock to see the future space of time, we need to be able to look ahead to see our days. The simplest

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Executive Functioning Tip #5: Digital Clocks versus Analog Clocks

(Tip #5 of the series 15 Tips to Support Your Brain for Good Time Management) Today it is hard to imagine that way back around 1982, when the digital clock was hot new technology, people were willing to

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