Facing Your Future- How Self Authoring Helps the ADHD Brain (& other brains as well)

As a parent or educator, you’re likely familiar with the challenges children with ADHD and unique learning profiles face in navigating their educational journey, particularly those with co-morbid executive functioning difficulties. Drawing from my experience as an educator and Education Therapist, I’ve witnessed how self-discovery can be a game-changer for individuals that find themselves in […]

Strategies for Success: Tutoring vs. Education Therapy Explored

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The Learning Revolution: Dr. Christine Powell’s Approach to Education Therapy Join host Jawaria Suhail on The Non Clinical MD as we dive deep into the transformative world of education therapy with our distinguished guest, Dr. Christine Powell. From her initial journey in sports medicine to her expansive experience in special education and dealing with ADHD, […]

🌐💡 The Power of Executive Functioning for Busy Professionals By Dr. Christine Powell

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  By Dr. Chrisitne Powell, Ed.D Have you ever taken the Stroop test? It’s not just a fun brain activity; it’s a glimpse into the intricate world of attention and cognitive flexibility—a small snapshot of the executive functions involved in our daily lives. Let’s demystify executive functioning for the on-the-go professional. Picture it as a team of skills, including initiation, […]

Part 4: Empowering Students with Learning Disabilities w/ Dr. Christine Powell

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Part 4: Empowering Students with Learning Disabilities This blog will provide tips and resources for teachers and parents to empower students with learning disabilities. Discuss the importance of a supportive and inclusive classroom environment. Share success stories and testimonials from educators, parents, and students who have overcome learning disabilities, including ADHD, to thrive in school. […]

Part 3: Spotting Learning Challenges Early w/ Dr. Christine Powell

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Part 3: Spotting Learning Challenges Early The Importance of Early Detection: Learn why early detection and intervention are crucial for students with learning disabilities, including ADHD. The Assessment Process: Discover how educators, specialists, and parents play essential roles in identifying and assessing learning challenges. Case Studies: Dr. Powell will share real-life cases where early intervention […]

Part 2: ADHD Unwrapped: Your Child’s Classroom Journey w/ Dr. Christine Powell

Part 2: ADHD Unwrapped: Your Child’s Classroom Journey The ABCs of ADHD: In this post, we’ll take a deep dive into ADHD. We’ll explain the different types, common symptoms, and how they manifest in the classroom. Teacher-Tested Tips: Dr. Powell will share practical strategies and classroom accommodations that can make a significant difference for students […]

Why Don’t They Teach Kids These Skills In School? A Parent’s Guide to the Skills All Kids Need to Know.

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Psychologist Michael Posner first used the term “executive functioning†in the late 1960s. He used the term to describe a set of cognitive processes that are involved in goal-directed behavior, such as planning, problem-solving, and working memory. It is studied and taught in various fields, including psychology, neuroscience, and education.  Today, executive functioning is recognized as […]

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You’ll have a 20-minute session with Dr. Christine Powell. During this session, she will address your inquiries about ADHD, unique learning profiles, and Ed Therapy, offering valuable insights and answers tailored to your questions.