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Attention Magazine June 2024


Mark Katz, PhD


How to Shift Black-and-White Thinking

Caroline Maguire, MEd, ACCG, PCC


ADHD and College: Experiences and Supports

Yuanyuan Jiang, PhD, CPsych


Putting the Skids on Summer Slide

Shari Gent, MS, NCED

Be sure to listen carefully to your child when making decisions about the best summertime activities.

School’s Out: Give Summer Some Structure

Carey Heller, PsyD

To thrive during the vacation, kids with ADHD need just-enough structure and routines that allow for maximum enjoyment but minimal long-term disruption.

Apps Can Help Girls Manage When Hormones Affect ADHD Symptoms

Jami Demuth

Digital tools allow young women to track monthly cycles and plan for the days when hormones rise and executive functioning dips.

Uniting in Understanding: The Role of Peer Support in ADHD Management

Suzanne Sophos, CMPSS

A journey through ADHD and peer support teaches the undeniable truth: Together we are stronger.

ADHD in Adults at Midlife

Kathleen Nadeau, PhD, interviewed by Susan Buningh, MRE

A conversation on ADHD in older adults, especially women, highlights the need for a lot more age- and gender-sensitive research and understanding.

The ADHD Dream to Dream

Jeff Copper, MBA, PCC, PCAC, ACG, CPCC

Are you on a quest for rest? An ADHD coach explains your need to mindfully manage what your brain entertains itself with in the evening.