Seeing My Time
Learn Effective Strategies for Time Management and Organization
“Seeing My Time” is an eight-week program offered to individuals age 12 and older who are challenged in areas of executive functioning such as time management, organization, planning, etc. High school students and younger are accompanied by a participating parent.
If you or your student struggles with executive functioning deficits, “Seeing My Time” is for you!
Deficits in executive functioning can show up as
- Chronic lateness
- Missed deadlines
- Lost papers
- Perpetual stress
- Conflicts with others
“Seeing My Time” will help you
- Learn skills for planning, time management, and organization
- Use concrete tools to get things done and reach goals
- Develop effective paper management
- Build the metacognition or self-reflection needed to change behavior
- Increase motivation to manage time
- Improve family communication
The “Seeing My Time” program draws upon neuroscience and educational principles to create time-management strategies that actually work.
One parent who recently completed the course with her child wrote:
This time management class provided us with practical tools that we were able to use right away! Each week we learned something new, and were excited to put our new strategies in place. Working together as a parent-child team was an added bonus! I recommend this course to all those who are time challenged as well as those who are not.
SA, Warrenton, VA
The program is offered in person in Warrenton, Virginia. There are usually eight sessions of an hour-and-a-half each, though the program can be presented in twelve, one-hour sessions if that is preferred. Each attendee receives a workbook and “starter kit” of supplies for implementing some of the strategies introduced in the class.
If you would like more information or to schedule your first session, please use the contact link below.
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