I Can Turn It Off Anytime I Want: Is Tech Addiction Real?
Based off of recent studies, Dr. Allison Kawa reveals the scary truths about technology addiction.
The Ins and Outs of the Gifted Mind: Part 2
Dr. Allison Kawa defines “Overexcitabilities” (OE’s) and elaborates on how they affect gifted people. “Recognizing OEs is vital for a whole-child approach to parenting, educating, and individualizing programming for gifted students.” Click below to learn more.
The Ins and Outs of the Gifted Mind: Part 1
In this 2 part series Dr. Allison Kawa explains common Neurodivergent issues that come with having a gifted brain. She provides an overview on how the unique mind functions, and explains why it is imperative to provide the right action plan for gifted children. If this
Girls and ADHD: We Do it Backwards and in High Heels
Dr. Julie Caplan shares her first hand experience as a female with ADHD, and goes in depth about the gender bias in diagnosing girls with ADHD. From sharing statistics to giving advice on ways to manage one’s ADHD, Dr Julie. Caplan brings awareness to the issues that surround gender and ADHD.
Living in the Danger Zone: How Trauma Can Reorganize Your Brain
Dr. Allison Kawa shares her insight on trauma and explains the complexities about how trauma can affect us all. From little “t” trauma to big “T” trauma, Dr. Allison Kawa provides important tips on ways we can cope and find safety from within.
How to Have an Attitude of Gratitude
During the holiday season it can be hard to stay grateful. Dr. Julie Caplan shares her tips on ways to stay positive and maintain that attitude of gratitude even when life gets rough. Click below to read more.
Stunted Social Skills: The Sneaky Secondary Symptom of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Dr. Julie Caplan reveals how COVID-19 has impacted children, adolescents, and teenagers, along with sharing tips on ways to tackle the post COVID-19 side effects. Click below to read more.