Friday, April 20, 2018

Craig Pohlman, Ph.D.

Craig Pohlman leads Mind Matters, Southeast Psych’s learning success program. Over his career, Craig has helped thousands of struggling learners through assessment, consultation, therapy, and advocacy.

He believes in describing learners in terms of strengths and weaknesses, not just with labels and diagnoses. He also strives to communicate findings and strategy ideas as clearly as possible, sometimes using visuals and metaphors.

ARTICLES BY CRAIG POHLMAN

Skiing is different from many sports, such as basketball and rowing, because mistakes are often physically painful. Resilience is the most important reason I want my sons to be skiers/snowboarders. It’s literally about how to get back up after falling.

How to Downhill Ski: Things My Three Sons Better Know Before Moving Out

As a father to three sons, I have embarked on a mission to impart in them life lessons of the utmost importance. These are my stories. Life Lesson #44- How to Downhill Ski The Southern Comfort...
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Giving Instructions to Kids with ADHD | Psych in 60

Giving Instructions to Kids with ADHD Keisha has a 10-year-old daughter with ADHD who is driving her crazy because she doesn't pay attention to instructions at home. Here are some tips!First, ask her for some...
The American-style grilled cheese emerged during WWII when Navy cooks churned them out to feed sailors. Mass production was possible because of other 20th century inventions- the automated bread-slicer and processed cheese. Ingredients have come a long way since the top piece of bread was added during the 1960’s.

Making a Kick-Butt Grilled Cheese: Things My Three Sons Better Know Before Moving Out

As a father to three sons, I have embarked on a mission to impart in them life lessons of the utmost importance. These are my stories. Life Lesson #72- Making a Kick-Butt Grilled Cheese What a...
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Helping ADHD Students Listen Actively | Psych in 60

Helping ADHD Students Listen Actively During a lecture or presentation students with ADHD are at risk for zoning out and missing information. The key is being an active listener and there are a few ways...
the ultimate lesson for my sons here is that deeper appreciation, of anything, comes from seeing nuance. Beauty is enhanced and amplified by blemishes.

The Lewis and Clark Expedition: Things My Three Sons Better Know Before Moving Out

As a father to three sons, I have embarked on a mission to impart in them life lessons of the utmost importance. These are my stories. Life Lesson #41- The Lewis and Clark Expedition On August...