ADHD — Strength in the Checklists: The Foundation of Consistency
As seen in Psychology Today. Routine as a Tool to Manage ADHD Patients with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) typically fall into one of three subtypes: predominately inattentive, predominately hyperactive/impulsive, or combined. These symptoms can interfere with academic, social, or occupational functioning. Though ADHD has long been thought of as a condition that only affects children […]
Rediscovering Hope Amidst Chaos: How collective action can give us purpose.
As seen in Psychology Today. Accurately quantifying the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic defies just counting the dead and hospitalized to put the tragedy in perspective. These astronomical numbers fail to capture the impact of individual lives lost and families deprived of loved ones and exceeds the limits of human imagination. Similarly, the countless number […]
How Constant Noise Keeps Us Chronically Stressed: Noise pollution and the brain.
As seen in Psychology Today. When we think of pollution, we often think of things like litter, smog, and toxic waste. We also tend to think of certain types of pollution as affecting certain organs. As a very clear example, we recognize that poor air quality can impact lung health, or that contaminated water and […]