Last week, I briefly mentioned getting diagnosed with ADHD at the old, old age of 33. Naturally, this led to some introspection and wondering how someone could get through a doctoral program in clinical psychology (including and internship AND post-doc that included specializing in identifying and diagnosing neurodivergence) with no one realizing they were alsoContinue reading “Call for Interviews: Adults Diagnosed with ADHD and/or Autism”
Fidget spinners and cubes exploded in popularity a few years ago. Initially, this was fantastic because it meant that neuro-divergent children (and adults) could incorporate fidgeting and stimming into their lives in a way that was not ridiculed or mocked by those around them. Of course, like with most fads that kids get into, eventuallyContinue reading “Virtual Fidgets”
Language note: although everyone has individual preferences, the overall consensus at the time that I am writing this post is that people in the Autism community prefer to be referred to as “Autistic people” rather than “people with Autism,” so that is the language I will use in this post. Last week I talked aboutContinue reading “Psychological Evaluation 101: Autism”
Happy Sunday to everyone! I created a video to review and talk about a product to help people with executive dysfunction remember to take their medication. Check it out! Here’s the TimerCap you see in the video, which can be purchased directly from their website!