Our mission is to help children, teens, adults, and families struggling with ADHD, anxiety, depression, and related executive functioning challenges make the most of their lives through cognitive behavioral therapy. Continue reading to learn more about how our mission and vision developed.
Student Success! is a structured cognitive-behavioral approach designed to help students of all ages “learn how to learn” and ultimately learn how to solve everyday challenges. More than “study skills training,” Student Success! teaches your student five structured sequential steps to solving specific challenges related to his or her weak […]
The first step in managing your money is to know where your money goes. Use this calculator from VISA’s Practical Money Skills website to help. For more calculators, visit http://www.practicalmoneyskills.com/calculators/.
The journal article review form is designed for master’s level and Ph.D. level students to use to quickly review and maintain important information from journal articles assigned in class or used as part of your research. Call 817.421.8780 if you have not received instructions about how to use this form.
The Daily Report Card (DRC) can be a helpful tool to address the classroom behavior problems of children and teens. The DRC helps parents and educators collaborate to identify, monitor, and improve a student’s classroom behavior.
Essay questions require a clear and complete answer followed by concise supporting statements. Some students struggle to provide a clear answer while others fail to give enough support for their answer. To avoid these pitfalls, try these suggestions. Understand the Question. It is important to know exactly what the […]
On multiple choice questions, you are supposed to select the “best” choice among a set of four or more options – not always an easy choice! There can be multiple distracters within the multiple choices: qualifiers, off-subject items, look-alike items, and more can easily get you off track. Try these […]
These five tips for answering true-false questions are easy to learn and implement. (1) Understand True-False Questions A true-false question is a statement that states some facts about a person, place, or thing. Few true-false questions are written simply: they often include “traps” so read carefully! (2) Watch out for Qualifiers […]
After spending all that time preparing for your exams, its important to take tests actively so you can show what you know. Try these active test taking strategies on the day of your exam.
Active test preparation is important to help not only raise your grades but also raise your confidence and help you not panic or worry when test day arrives. As the test date approaches, use this timeline to help you make sure you are using your time wisely and have put […]
Coping Skills for Anxiety, Depression, OCD, & Mood Disorders
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Research-proven individualized parenting for improving child/teen behavior & compliance.
Parents often need help understanding how to negotiate the systems and processes necessary for obtaining appropriate services for their struggling children and teens. Because attention, anxiety, mood, and executive functioning difficulties can hamper major life activities including learning, many children with these challenges can benefit from additional assistance and/or accommodations at school. We […]
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