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Spring 2019 Newsletter

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Brunner article in internationally syndicated website RealClearMarkets John Tamny sees the prophetic writing on the wall with his new book: “The End of Work: Why Your Passion can Become Your Job”. Growing co-parenting therapy service: Ensures divorcing parents forge a … Continue reading

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What to do if you or your child has been diagnosed with ADHD

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When you receive an ADHD diagnosis, it is important that you immediately formulate a roadmap of steps in order to minimize the impact of the condition on you or your child’s functioning. Truth be told, diagnoses like ADHD – by … Continue reading

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Spring 2018 Newsletter

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Smart parents can use summer to help their child grow… -Figure out their career (See our process in this 3-minute movie) -Correct focusing problems and minimize use of medication (Use Cogmed)* *Cogmed is the most evidence based non-medication  method.  Medication … Continue reading

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Fall/Winter 2017 Newsletter

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Protecting Children:  Dr. Brunner’s Presentation at the State Bar of Arizona 2017 Annual Convention at the Westin La Paloma In Tucson, AZ: June 2017  Dr. Brunner co-presented with DR. Jamie Picus on Safe Haven Therapy for children as part of … Continue reading

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Popular Oldies but Goodies to Prepare your child for the Summer

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Summer is a great time to analyze where your child is with their education and where they will be going.  There are also some issues to be aware of before summer begins.  Here are several great blogs that will help … Continue reading

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Spring Newsletter 2017

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Continued working relationship with the University of Arizona Athletics Department…BEAR DOWN!  Dr. Brunner continues to work as a regular external consultant to the UA Athletics Department, providing careful assessments of their NCAA Division I student athletes from a wide array … Continue reading

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What is the most powerful non-medication based way to improve ADHD and/or focusing problems?

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A multitude of parents, teachers, and pediatricians continually ask me this:  “What is the most powerful non-medication based way to improve ADHD and/or focusing  problems? Hands down, the answer is Cogmed (cogmed.com)!  But what I tell people to do is … Continue reading

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The top reasons you or your child might be misdiagnosed with ADHD

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Value of this blog: learn the warning signs of misdiagnosed ADHD to protect yourself, your family and or your child My professional experience base: Over 10 years of work as a behavioral scientist, published researcher, child counselor, and healthcare advocate … Continue reading

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NYT’s Magazine article asks “Can we make ourselves smarter?”

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This week’s New York Times Magazine featured an article discussing this question” “Can we make ourselves smarter?” A thoroughly researched and empirically supported method known as Cogmed is discussed in this article. Go to this link for the full-length version: … Continue reading

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