New Resource: 10 Simple Solutions to Adult ADD

We recently reviewed the book 10 Simple Solutions to Adult ADD: How to overcome Chronic Distraction & Accomplish Your Goals on our Podcast. I discussed how I have personally used this book and how I use it in our practice. As a DBT therapist I use the skills in my daily life and I teach them. Yet as I use the skills I find ways to expand the skills and interweave books that help a person become an overall Skillful Person.

The book primarily focus on ADD ( ADHD – Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ) we know that ADHD and Anxiety often mimic each other. Therefore, if you have ADHD or Anxiety you can use these tips/tricks to help regulate and get to your goals.

Just a few Common Symptoms of ADHD (from the book):

-Having mood swings
-Abusing Substances
-Chronically Procrastinating
-Having a Quick Temper
-Changing jobs frequently
-Lacking friends
-Having Low Self Esteem
-Impulsively taking risk

Check out the book on Amazon and let us know if this is a good resource for you.

**If you are interested in knowing your diagnosis you might benefit from Psychological Testing – Email for more info.

Interview with Amber Seater Finding Middle Path Podcast

Meet Amber Seater, LPC. She has a heart to work with those who are struggling with trauma and sexual assaults. She uses a wholistic approach and integrates yoga with various types of therapies. Listen as Amber talks about validation and how she uses it in her counseling.
  1. Interview with Amber Seater
  2. A Moment of Vulnerability ( from a therapist )
  3. Know the Warning Sings of Suicide 1-800-273-8255
  4. Applying Dialectics
  5. Understanding Dialectics

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