Katherine Ellison is an award-winning veteran investigative reporter, and the author of Buzz: A Year of Paying Attention (Voices; 2010).
Your ADHD Brain -- Only Stronger
The proponents of Cogmed's working memory training gush about the improved focus and organizational skills... more »
Double Whammy: Mothers and Children with ADHD
Moms and kids who share a diagnosis of attention deficit can be, in some ways,... The double-diagnosis dilemma »
A Game-Changing Treatment for ADHD
Evidence suggests that old-fashioned childhood games — simple family play — can improve executive function,... More fun, more focus »
When it comes to discipline and better behavior, relationships matter. These family training programs focus... Whole-family solutions »
Is Neurofeedback for You?
Proponents say neurofeedback promotes dramatic improvements in attention and self-regulation — but some experts are... more »
An ADHD Mom, Her ADHD Son, and Learning Not to Fight (as Much)
Author, mom, and adult with ADHD, Katherine Ellison touches upon many themes important to multi-generational... ADHD fighting»
ADHD in Women and Girls: The Importance of Early ADHD Diagnosis
Women and girls with ADD are not only less frequently diagnosed than their male counterparts... ADD/ADHD in women and girls»
The Affordable Care Act: Good for ADHDers
This law means we can breathe a sigh of relief (and not go bankrupt) treating... Yes, we can (get treatment) »
Let Your Son Stand on His Own Two (ADHD) Feet
There comes a time to stop nagging your ADHD child to do stuff and to... A helicopter parent lands »
The Scandal of ADHD Diagnosis in the U.S.
The majority of ADHD diagnoses are made with the kind of attention you wouldn’t accept... more »