What is Seeing My Time?

Seeing My Time
The Seeing My Time program (also known as the Sklar Process®) takes an innovative, brain-based approach to teaching time management and other executive function skills. As participants are led through the Seeing My Time® workbook, they learn about their brain, and observe how visual tools can effectively support their brain with planning and organizing. This reflective, hands-on process lays the foundation for sustaining long-term change.

Who Needs Seeing My Time?

The Seeing My Time program was designed for individuals who:

  • Miss deadlines
  • Are chronically late
  • Struggle to meet others’ expectations
  • Feel stressed and overwhelmed

Seeing My Time is especially valuable for individuals with:

  • Executive Function Deficits or Delays
  • Dyslexia or other Learning Differences
  • A Talented and Gifted Designation
  • Minimal Traumatic Brain Injury

The program is designed for individuals as young as fifth grade through adulthood. When we work with children and adolescents, at least one parent participates as well. Big changes require strong family support.

What does Seeing My Time Teach?

Seeing My Time provides concrete, visual strategies to:

  • Visualize time and plan the day, week and month
  • Map out complex projects and break them into steps
  • Make sure important papers make it home – and back to school or work again
  • Set long term goals and reach them

How Can I take Seeing My Time?

If you would like to take the Seeing My Time course directly from Marydee, you can sign up for private sessions, both at our office in Portland, Oregon or online. We offer private sessions to families and individual adults.

If you are interested in taking Seeing My Time as a professional, and would like to teach the course to others, we recommend taking the Teaching Seeing My Time course, a 9-week online course.


The Seeing My Time workbook is a key component of the Seeing My Time course. Each participant receives their own workbook, which will guide them as they develop their executive function skills.