Executive Functioning and ADHD 

ADDitude - this website is a comprehensive source of expertise in the identification and treatment of ADHD for adults and children. 

CHADD - this is a non-profit organization that provides information and resources about ADHD. Members get access to the full library of resources and a magazine subscription. However, non-members can still access many useful articles, referral information, and webcasts. 


Kids in the House - they have an extensive library of videos from experts on issues facing parents and kids ranging from pregnancy to getting into college. This resource contains over 8,000 videos from 450 leading parenting experts, including doctors, pediatricians, psychologists, educators, best-selling authors, celebrities, and parents themselves. The library is fairly easy to navigate, so you can find the topic you are looking for. 

Aha! Parenting.com - a site created by Dr. Laura Markham for parents of children infancy through the teen years. She has created a large collection of articles and tips for parents based on her 3 foundations of parenting: 1) Regulating our emotions as parents; 2) Connecting with your child, and 3) Coaching instead of controlling your child. 


Mindful.org - a leading voice in the mindfulness community. They are an excellent resource for both those interested in starting a mindfulness practice and those who have a well established practice.  

Greater Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life - based with UC Berkley, the GGSC studies the psychology, sociology, and neuroscience of well-being, and teaches skills that foster a thriving, resilient, and compassionate society. Their website includes several articles, video/audio, and presentations on the practice of well-being across the life span.