About the Book
Help your child feel confident and capable!
If your child has been given a diagnosis of executive functioning disorder, you may be feeling overwhelmed and unsure of what to do next. You want your child to be able to master certain basic skills, such as being organized, staying focused, and controlling impulses and emotions. But what if your child is having trouble with one or all of these skills? With The Conscious Parent's Guide to Executive Functioning Disorder, you'll learn how to take a relationship-centered approach to parenting as you help improve your child's executive functioning skills:
- Task initiation
- Response inhibition
- Time management
- Working memory
- Completing tasks
Conscious parenting is about being present with your children and taking the time to understand how to help them flourish. With the strategies and advice in this guide, you and your child will build sustainable bonds, develop positive behaviors, and improve executive functioning skills for life. And you'll find that conscious parenting helps create a calm and mindful atmosphere for the whole family, while helping your child feel competent, successful, and healthy.
My Take on the Book
This was an amazing book for us as a family. We have thought for some time that our oldest has been dealing with ussues surround executive functioning disorder. This causes a lot of stress in our home, but this book really makes you look at this disorder in a whole new way, or at least it did for us. The book goes beyond just describing, but it also gives great resources, hints, tips and strategies that will help you to better be able to parent and better support your child that is struggling with managing executive functioning skills within thei life. While I know that we are not completely there yet, I am excited to see that there is a light at the end of the tunnel and that along the way we will be able to support our daughter and help her to thrive!
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