Children and adolescents with ADHD can face a variety of challenges in various aspects of their life including their school performance, social relationships and family life. As children with ADHD become older, the demands on their executive functioning skills increases which impact's their ability to organize themselves around school as well as other daily activities. I work with children and adolescents to develop specific strategies to help them regulate their behavior and improve their executive functioning skills. I also work very closely with school personnel and parents to establish a structured and supportive environment so that these children are able to achieve and improve their self-confidence. This leads also leads to other skill development including their ability to manage their emotions and behavior.