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Frank Gaskill, Ph.D.

Psychologist

Dr. Frank Gaskill is a licensed psychologist and co-founder of Southeast Psych, Psych Bytes, and Shrink Tank. He works with individuals on the Autism spectrum and consults on the development of Autism programs and private practice development across the country. Dr. Gaskill is the co-author of Max Gamer: Aspie Superhero as well as How We Built Our Dream Practice: Innovative Ideas for Building Yours.

ARTICLES BY FRANK GASKILL

I want to change the way we think about Autism and Asperger’s. And it starts with lemons. Yes. Literally lemons. Autism Spectrum Disorder adds flavor...

Make Lemonade From Those Lemons! How Special Interests Can Drive Skills and Growth

I want to change the way we think about Autism and Asperger’s. And it starts with lemons. Yes. Literally lemons. Lemons add flavor to our food and water.And...
As early as possible, teach children the value of money. I mean this. Here's how to teach your child the value of money, regardless of their age!

How to Teach Your Child the Value of Money, Regardless of Their Age

In this article, Dr. Frank Gaskill shares tips and tricks on how parents can teach children about money, regardless of their age. The article is broken down by age brackets.
The World Health Organization (WHO) is now including Video Game Addiction as a disorder. Many suggestion violent video games and gaming addiction...

Video Game Addiction: Is Excessive Gaming a Mental Health Disorder?

The World Health Organization (WHO) is now including Video Game Addiction as a disorder. The disorder is defined as a “persistent or recurrent” behavior pattern of “sufficient severity to result in significant impairment...
One thing parents find frustrating with their kids and video games is that they lose their temper. They might yell, scream, and argue while playing games.video

Video Games Are Driving Parents Crazy… Here’s One Thing They Can Do

Controllers Down: How Parents Can Teach Frustration Tolerance Through Video GamesOne thing parents find frustrating with their kids and video games is that they can lose their temper.
Living on the Autism spectrum isn't easy, primarily because of our societies high emphasis on social expectations. Self-advocacy and communication...

Life on the Autism Spectrum Starts with Self-Advocacy

Self-Advocacy and the Autism SpectrumI have been serving people on the spectrum for over 20 years. My work started with a small social group to help kids who...