Posts Tagged ‘ADHD’

The Center for NeuroPotential’s blog posts contain information about the ADHD.  Read our blogs and learn about brain-based strategies to improve ADHD!

The Center for NeuroPotential offers several clinical services.  We provide counseling, also known as psychotherapy, to children and adults.  Neurofeedback, which is brain wave training, is also provided for both children and adults.  Neuropsychological evaluations are available for individuals 18 and over.

For more information, contact us at 475-221-8142.  We are located at 173 Montowese Street in Branford, CT.

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Is it ADD or ADHD

Is it ADHD or ADD?

  The story Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder “I don’t have ADHD, I have ADD” As a neuropsychologist, I have heard this statement many times from patients coming in for an evaluation.  There is a lot of confusion out there about the terms “ADHD and “ADD”.   The confusion is completely understandable.  That’s because the Diagnostic and…

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Screentime

ScreenTime and Kids: iPads, Computers, Phones – Oh My!

By Andrea Granath, LCSW Screens.  The world we live in today is swamped with these magical machines and we now measure screentime as part of daily living. As adults, we often have no choice but to be a part of the tech world.  We need them for work, for family scheduling, for communicating and of…

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If you have a teenager with ADHD the Center for NeuroPotential in Branford, Connecticut can help

Are you the Parent of a Teenager with ADHD?

If you are the parent of a teenager with ADHD, then you probably see some weaknesses, as well as some strengths, in the area of executive skills. What are executive skills? They are the skills that your teen needs to be able to manage different tasks, problems and emotions that he/she will confront on a…

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Executive Skills

ADHD and Executive Skills

Are you the parent of a teenager with ADHD? If so, then you probably see some weaknesses, as well as some strengths, in the area of executive skills.  What are executive skills?  They are the skills that your teen needs to be able to manage different tasks, problems and emotions that he/she will confront on…

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Woman with ADHD struggling to focus at work.

Three Ways to Manage Symptoms of ADHD at Work

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (often called ADHD or ADD) can have a huge impact on a person’s ability to remain productive at work.  At the Center for NeuroPotential, we encourage people to use behavioral strategies in addition to neurofeedback and counseling.  Here are just a few tips that can help you manage symptoms of ADHD…

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