Tampa, FL, May 24, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- DIG Coaching Practice presents "ADHD: Transitioning for School to Summer Break" on Attention Talk Radio. Host Jeff Copper and Keath Low discuss the challenges associated with the arrival of summer when children are out of school, which can be a stressful time for children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Keath shares her insight and helpful tips for those searching for guidance.
Keath Low is the ADHD guide for the New York Times' About.com Website. She is a contributing writer and expert panelist for iParenting.com, part of the Disney Family Internet Group, and has a clinical scientist appointment with the Center for Development and Learning at the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill. She is currently a full-time writing professional.
She is also a psychotherapist with a background in child and adolescent psychology and is experienced in working with children diagnosed with ADHD and their families, as well as families dealing with the disruptive behaviors that accompany oppositional defiance and conduct disorders. In addition to individual and family therapy, child and family assessments, treatment planning, behavior modifications, and social skills training, she has led parenting groups and provided clinical supervision to other therapists and social workers. She has worked with preschool and school systems, classroom teachers, psychiatrists, pediatricians, and other professionals who interact with children and families dealing with ADHD. Keath is on the Web at add.about.com.
The program will be aired on Wednesday, June 1, 2011, 8 pm ET, on Attention Talk Radio (ATR), a live, interactive, Internet talk-radio show hosted each week by Jeff Copper. The public is encouraged to listen online at www.attentiontalkradio.com or by calling (646) 652-4409.
Attention Talk Radio focuses on insight and insightful thinking, preparing the mind to solve problems through insight, or the sudden comprehension after viewing something in a different light. The show is hosted on a web-based platform that allows anyone with a phone or a computer to listen, participate, or interact with the show host and guest. Listeners can call into the show by phone or listen via computer. Immediately following the program, the show schedule, stream, and archives are available at www.attentiontalkradio.com. Listeners can also subscribe to the archives via the RSS feed located on the host page or on iTunes.