Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET welcome Rachel’s client, Marshall. He shares his story about what brought him to seek educational therapy and how his executive functioning impacted his relationships and self-esteem. He also shares how accountability, positive social pressure and systems have helped him reach toward his goals. Marshall explains how he uses his systems as a safety net instead of a list of upcoming failures, how self-forgiveness has been a part of his educational therapy journey and how educational therapy has impacted his marriage. They also chat about the benefits of research and how much research is actually helpful versus how much is simply a form of procrastination.
Neuroanatomy of ADHD with Dr. Russell Barkley
Other episodes mentioned:
Ep 166: How Time Perception Impacts Learners with Dr. Ellen Braaten (Author Series)
Ep 214: ADHD Essentials – The Wall of Awful with Brendan Mahan (Executive Functioning Series)
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