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I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, in private practice in Hood River, OR, at Turtle Dove Counseling, also Hood River Hypnosis & DBT.  I am a Certified Hypnotist and Certified Past Life Regression Facilitator. I am also an astrologer and Reiki Master.  I'm a graduate of Reed College (BA Psychology '87) and Portland State University (MSW '90). I work with children, teens, adults, parents, groups.  I am also the author of several blogs on personality/temperament, fashion and color. I'm certified in Color Me A Season color analysis and create custom fabric Color Profiles fans.
Thursday, October 23, 2014




















Survival Tips for Women with ADHD: Beyond Piles, Palms and Post-its
Terry Matlen
Terry Matlen brings readers many tips by and for women with attention deficit disorder. The book offers practical solutions to everyday problems, including tips from ADHD coaches and inspirational stories from the experts. She shares how women with ADHD have managed to take control of their live and manage overload. Adults with ADHD struggling with daily chores and decisions needed to survive in a world of linear thinking will find support in this self-help guide. Her practical tips provide help in dealing with organizational tasks, including paperwork in the home and office, preparing meals, social situations, paying bills on time, household chores, shopping, and personal and family health.
Women with Attention Deficit Disorder: Embrace Your Differences and Transform Your Life
Sari Solden
Worldwide millions of children and adults remain undiagnosed with ADD. Hyperactive boys are the most recognised segment of ADD. All adults and girls and Inattentive boys are far less recognised. In this book Sari Solden focuses on the millions of withdrawn girls and overwhelmed women who go undiagnosed with ADD because they are not fast-talking or hyperactive. Her study reveals that ADD affects as many women as men. The resulting depression, disorganization, problems with friendship, anxiety, and underachievement are all symptoms of ADD. The book explores treatment and counselling options and uses real-life case histories to examine the special challenges women with ADHD face. Solden gives 3 empowering steps: restructuring one's life, renegotiating relationships, and redefining self-image to help women take control of their lives and enjoy success on their own terms.

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