Nov 30, 2023
Historically, parenting leaned heavily on punitive approaches. But, as Caroline Mendel, Psy.D., shares, research indicates that balancing warmth with limit-setting is important to raising well-adjusted children, especially when a child is neurodivergent.
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Nov 22, 2023
James Morton, Ph.D., presents research on the gut-brain axis that's shedding light on the development of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and describes current efforts in developing microbiome-based therapies.
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Nov 21, 2023
ADHD makes it harder to convert intentions into actions. Ari Tuckman, Psy.D., MBA, outlines a more useful way of thinking about executive functions that involves tweaking your environment, choosing the right tools, and other ways to externalize EFs.
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Nov 8, 2023
Caroline Maguire, M.Ed., discusses why neurodivergent adults often have a history of relationship struggles, why it's common to adopt people-pleasing behaviors (and why this ultimately backfires), and how to be more authentic in your friendships.
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Oct 26, 2023
Depression and ADHD frequently co-occur. Learn how to recognize the symptoms of depression and differentiate it from typical sadness, plus current treatments and supportive strategies for caregivers, from Karen L. Swartz, M.D.
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