Educating, Especially for ADHD

Focusing in Education

All teachers can benefit from knowing Focused Listening and Intuitive Focusing  skills, both for helping children through difficult emotional experiences and for helping children with creative thinking and problem solving.

Children can also explicitly be taught the Listening/Focusing skills themselves as “emotional intelligence”: essential communication, conflict resolution, and creative problem solving skills.

Peer counselors can be taught the Listening/Focusing skills to use for interpersonal conflict resolution and to help students with emotional difficulties. They could also help to run support groups around issues common to the school population, such as divorce, grieving, addiction.

Teachers and staff can use the listening/focusing support group model among themselves for personal growth and burn out prevention.

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These materials are offered purely as self-help skills. In providing them, Dr. McGuire is not engaged in rendering psychological, financial, legal, or other professional services. If expert assistance or counseling is needed, the services of a competent professional should be sought.