Executive functioning skills are daily requirements for everyone, especially for school-age children who are required to be organized, pay attention, plan, and manage their time. Children with attention-deficit/hyperactive disorder (ADHD) often struggle with executive functioning tasks that can negatively impact their attitude towards school, academic achievement and performance, and overall emotional well-being. Common experiences of […]
About Terry Ann Adjmul
Terry-Ann is an experienced neuropsychology technician and is passionate about working with the pediatric population. She has a Master’s degree in Child and Adolescent Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology; and is currently a Doctoral Student of Ph.D. in International Psychology.
Terry-Ann has been trained in a wide variety of psychological disciplines and has studied mental illnesses and developmental disorders across cultures and internationally. Terry-Ann worked previously as a neuropsychological technician and psychotherapy clinician at a private practice.
She also has work experience in different mental health settings including, hospitals and community mental health centers. Terry-Ann has research experience in autism, assessment, trauma, and cultural migration. Terry-Ann is a member of the American Psychological Association. She is passionate about helping children blossom!
Entries by Terry Ann Adjmul
In the United States, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has become a very common childhood diagnosis (NIMH, 2015). Parents and teachers may often wonder if their child or student fits the criteria for this diagnosis. There are several common indicative signs and symptoms of ADHD; however, the best way to be sure is to get a proper […]