ADHD Parenting Evolves
Cindy Goldrich, Roslyn Hts., NY – provides ADHD Parenting skills as a Coach and Teacher Trainer. She creates a calm, more compliant environment, establishes realistic rules and expectations, reduces homework stress, and improves problem-solving, and self-advocacy skills.
She also provides education and support so kids can Thrive, not just Survive. Listen in to her comments on parenting and on her opinions and experiences with training teachers for classroom understanding and strategies.
“Your children don’t mean to frustrate you. They don’t want to make life so challenging and arduous for you – or themselves! Having a child with ADHD can bring chaos and stress into any home. Although children with ADHD can often appear lazy, unmotivated or manipulative, when you dig deeper you will find this is often not the case.”
The Truth About ADHD/Executive Function
“Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD or ADD) is a neurobiological condition that brings with it many challenges beyond the simplistic diagnosis of Hyperactivity, Impulsivity, and Inattentiveness. Just as some children have trouble learning how to read, children with ADHD often have trouble tolerating frustration, being flexible, and solving their problems independently. Like learning to read, these are skills your child needs to learn and develop from the outset.”
Cindy Reports: Solutions Here at CBJ/106
- After parents, the teachers themselves need to know
- The teachers welcome our constructive insights
- Specifics of how I help teachers
- My approach includes both individual and pattern recognition
- Learning the basics
- A coaching example: Henry hit the wall
- Denial creeps in if you can’t “see” the problem
- We’re treating the invisible
Book, Website, and References
- 8 Keys to Parenting Children with ADHD by Cindy Goldrich – Global Amazon Link
- Website: http://www.PTScoaching.com – Multiple links for parents & teachers
- Procrastination and Self-Regulatory Failure: An Introduction to the Special Issue, Pychyl, T.A. & Flett, G.L. J Rat-Emo Cognitive-Behav Ther (2012) 30: 203-212
- The Survival Guide for Kids with ADHD by John F. Taylor Ph.D. – Global Amazon Link
- My FaceBook Live Presentation: The Adolescent Impulsive Brain ~ 1 hr
- At ADDitude Magazine: Ready, Set, Work: Help Students Fight Procrastination and Get to Work
- At ADDitude Magazine: How Mindset Impacts Learning
- Podcast: Faster Than Normal: FTN 044: Pills Don’t Teach Skills, with Cindy Goldrich
Cindy’s Book Giveaway Drawing: Closes 4-26-17
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Previous Relevant CBJ Biomedical ADHD Programs
- CBJ/179 ADHD Diagnosis Evolves – Dr. Ned Hallowell
- CBJ/105 Biomedical ADHD – Dr. Greenblatt
- CBJ/102 Addiction, Recovery, and Stimulant Meds – Dr. Bright
- CBJ/025 Methylation Insights – Dr. Walsh
- CBJ/034 Copper & Kryptopyrrole – Dr. Walsh
- CBJ/084 Neurohacker Insights – Daniel Schmachtenberger
- CBJ/097 Candida & Biofilm – Cognitive Function
- CBJ/teen CBJ Resource Page for ADHD/Parenting issues
- Parker ADHD Tutorial Videos on YouTube: http://corepsych.com/youtube
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What an interesting discussion this is – and with such a timely, practical significance. Special thanks, Cindy for insights that work both at home and in the classroom.
Next CoreBrain Journal Guest
107 Dr. Michelle Braun is a Yale and Harvard-trained board-certified neuropsychologist and brain health expert from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She is passionate about empowering individuals to boost brain health and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and has been featured on PBS, Fox TV, radio, and in print media. Dr. Braun previously served as the Assistant Director of Inpatient Mental Health at the Boston VA Hospital and Instructor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. She is here to share inspiring information about how to improve memory and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s by creating a High Octane Brain.
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