with Seth Perler, M.Ed. & Maggie Wray, Ph.D.
We all know that being organized, motivated and smart can help a child do well in school. But what about smart kids who aren’t so well-organized, or don’t seem like they’re motivated?
Liking the teacher? Or being interested in the subject? Or maybe a teacher or parent expressing compassion for a kid who’s struggling to perform well in school?
Seth Perler: Executive Function, ADHD & 2e Speaker & Coach Seth Perler is a well-known Executive Function Coach, educator, vlogger, and guy who cares about seeing outside-the-box kids succeed. This means that he helps struggling, neurodiverse learners turn it around in a baffling system so they can launch a successful future. His weekly vlog, SethPerler.com gives parents and teachers game-changing answers in a sea of misguided educational fluff.
Dr. Maggie Wray is the founder of Creating Positive Futures, an Academic & ADHD Coaching company that specializes in helping students with executive functioning challenges earn better grades with less stress. Maggie has a Ph.D. in Neurobiology and Behavior from Cornell, a Bachelor’s degree from Princeton, and is an ICF-certified Life Coach with specialized training in both Academic Life Coaching and ADHD coaching. She and her team of dedicated coaches are on a mission to empower students with executive functioning challenges to develop the mindset, habits, and skills they need to achieve their goals in school and life. You can learn more about Dr. Wray, her team, and their personalized coaching services at http://CreatingPositiveFutures.com.