What Were You Thinking?

Ms. Shara Mitchell, CMHC

How Depression & Anxiety Makes Children Think Differently

Directing and Assisting Children With Depression or Anxiety


ADHD: Just What Do Those Four Letters Mean?

Randy F Hyde, Ph.D.

  • Three Subtypes of ADHD
  • Symptoms of ADHD
  • Underlying causes and contributing factors of ADHD
  • Strategies and accommodations for school and home

This seminar was held on November 19, 2013 at Spanish Fork High School Auditorium.


Right Brain! Left Brain! Hey, What About the Front Brain?

Understanding Executive Functioning Skills and How They Impact Students in the Classroom

Executive Function is a set of mental processes that helps people connect past experiences with present actions. Children use these skills to perform a number of activities such as planning, organization and attention regulation. This presentation will be useful to you if your child has difficulty with:

  • Focus
  • Emotional control
  • Organization
  • Shifting tasks
  • Planning
  • Self awareness
  • Trouble starting or finishing an assignment
  • Turning in completed assignments
  • Losing things easily

This seminar was held on March 28, 2013 at Spanish Fork High School Little Theater