Executive Functioning Workbook for Adults
Exercises to Help You Get Organized, Stay Focused, and Achieve Your Goals
by Dr. Blythe Grossberg, Psy.D
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Pub Date 18 Oct 2022 | Archive Date 19 May 2023
Callisto Media, Rockridge Press
Take charge of your future with sharper executive functioning skills
Executive functioning is the ability to get organized, plan ahead, and stay focused. If your executive functioning skills could use a boost, this workbook is the perfect place to start! No matter your job or lifestyle, the simple strategies inside will help you feel more in control so you can thrive.
- Get started right away—Find in-depth information about how executive functioning works, along with self-assessments, advice for breaking bad habits, worksheets to keep you on track, and more.
- Take it one step at a time—This book breaks down each aspect of executive function and offers step-by-step guidance that’s easy to understand and stick with for long-term results.
- Target nine essential skills—Explore exercises designed to improve: attention and focus, organization, task initiation, planning and prioritization, self-monitoring, working memory, flexible thinking, emotional control, and impulse control.
Get the tools you need to feel more productive and achieve your goals with the Executive Functioning Workbook for Adults.
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