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Resources and Materials for ADHD Professionals, ADHD Coaches

Resources and Materials for ADHD Professionals, ADHD Coaches

ADHD Coaches: Resources to Use with Your Clients

As an ADHD Coach, you provide your clients with valuable services and support that greatly enhance their lives.  As a supplement, complement, and/or extension of your services, I offer high-quality, research-based materials and resources that you can instantly use.

These materials are ready-to-use with clients, and include workbooks, worksheets, educational and informational materials, tips, suggestions, checklists, planning pages, and more.  The entire package is a digital download/printable.

These resources help you in your mission to:

  • Educate your clients about ADHD
  • Help them to clarify, set, and work toward goals
  • Discover and hone talents and strengths so they can create the lives that fit them best
  • Help them manage their lives
  • Help them get and stay organized
  • Help them discover their ideal career niche and to find and work toward their ideal career
  • Support them
  • Collaborate with them
  • Build skills and healthy habits
  • Provide then with tools and techniques
  • And so much more

I have created a package that’s really easy get started with and you can immediately start using with your clients.  It includes resources for adults, teens, and kids.

ADHD Coaches / ADHD Professionals Materials and Limited Commercial Use License Bundle

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With this bundle, you get:

200 Commercial Uses for Each Item/Page Included

The package includes the following resources (click on the links to see each packet):

Adult ADHD Life Planner and Organizer:


Adult ADHD Success Bundle:


Adulting with ADHD:


Parent Child ADHD Guide:


ADHD Information Pack and Planner and Organizer Bundle:


Organize It! Organization Game:


This incredible package is for professionals who work with clients with ADHD, including ADHD coaches, therapists, clinicians, and more! It includes: a bundle of digital downloadable, printable, workbooks, worksheets, tip sheets, planners, fact sheets, checklists, and more, that you can use instantly in your practice or business. 

Just download the package, save it, and print out what you need when you need it.

Resources are research-based, and created by a school psychologist, writer, ADHD specialist.  Again, these materials supplement your services with exercises, activities, assignments, thought-provoking questions, lots of research-based information, helpful suggestions and recommendations, problem-solving prompts, and more.

Enrichment Source’s resources are all created by Lori Granieri, M.A., a School Psychologist, Writer, Entrepreneur, Learning Designer, and adult with ADHD.  For more information, visit www.EnrichmentSource.com.

If you’re interested in an extended unlimited commercial license, customized options, or content creation services, please contact Lori at lorigranieri@sbcglobal.net.

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Resources and Materials for Mental Health Professionals

Resources and Materials for Mental Health Professionals

Resources to Use with Your Clients and Patients

If you are a mental health professional, practitioner, or provider, you’re likely to need supportive materials and resources to use with your clients and patients. 

Enrichment Source offers useful, high-quality materials and resources that are ready to use in an instant.  Just purchase, download, and print.  Also, purchase one of our commercial use licenses and you will be able to use these resources the number of times allotted (depending on whether you purchase a limited or extended license).

These materials and resources can be a part of, extension of, or adjunct to your treatment and services, and include worksheets, workbooks, suggestion, tip, and fact sheets, checklists, planning pages, informational materials, and more.

It really saves a lot of time and effort to be able to implement materials that are already created for the purpose of improved mental health.  Our materials are researched and well-written, well-designed, accurate, and easy to use. 

Having materials and resources for your clients or patients to use is advantageous in many ways.  It provides them with additional information in tangible form, reiterates concepts you discuss with them, gives them an opportunity to explore their thoughts and feelings, to work out various challenges on paper, serves as questionnaires and intake, can be used as homework assignments, supplements your services, drives your message home, and more.

Using Enrichment Source’s pre-made resources saves you time and money.  You may also opt for semi-customized or fully customized solutions. 

Find many ready-to-use resources for mental health professionals.

Scroll through our Collections: https://enrichmentsource.com/collections

See our ADHD materials: https://enrichmentsource.com/collections/adhd 

See all printables: https://enrichmentsource.com/pages/printables

Enrichment Source’s resources are all created by Lori Granieri, M.A., a School Psychologist, Writer, Entrepreneur, and Learning Designer.  For more information, visit www.EnrichmentSource.com.  For customized content creation, contact Lori Granieri at lorigranieri@sbcglobal.net

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Setting Yourself Up for Success as an Adult with ADHD

Setting Yourself Up for Success as an Adult with ADHD

You can cultivate the success skills and attributes shared by successful adults with ADHD by understanding what they are and how they can lead to increased success.  You can implement opportunities for developing these by learning about them, understanding them, and working to develop and hone them.  Here are some ways the success skills from the previous page can manifest in your life.

Control: The successful adults with ADHD in the research studies took control of their own lives and were proactive, rather than reactive.  You have to be the one in charge of your own life, the one who “designs” your own life.  You can’t just let things happen, or let others decide for you what your life is going to be like.  You have to step up!  You have to choose your path.  You have to take action.  You are your own best activist.

Desire to succeed: The people in the studies knew what they wanted and that they wanted to be successful.  They decided and defined what success was to them and they went after it.  They worked for it (in their best ways).  You have to want it.  You have to know what you want and raise the bar for yourself.  You need to tell yourself that you deserve a successful life.  Figure out what that means for you.  Devise your own definition of success and how you will go about achieving it.

Self-awareness: It all starts with self-awareness.  Everything we do, every change we make, every goal we set, etc., it all begins with self knowledge.  You have to take the time to get to know yourself – your likes, dislikes, wants, desires, strengths, weaknesses, and everything else.  You can’t really embark on life changes without knowing where you are, where you’re starting from, who you are, what you want, and so on.  Embark on an ongoing self-discovery journey.

Reframing the disability: It’s also helpful to really understand what ADHD is, what it is for you, how it affects and impacts you and your life.  You need to understand that ADHD is a part of you, but it’s not all of you.  Make your ADHD work for you.  Work with your ADHD, not against it.  Appreciate the good parts of it.  Everyone learns and thinks differently, and having ADHD can make people more creative, innovative, empathetic, determined, and enterprising.  Look for your special gifts and strengths and put them to use.

Self-acceptance: This is about giving yourself some slack, some credit, some positive regard.  Be kind to yourself, while also setting the bar high.  Accept who you are, love and respect who you are, while also working to improve who you are.  We’re all works in progress.  No one in this world is perfect and without things to improve – no one!

Creativity: People with ADHD tend to be creative, and many successful adults with ADHD have used this creativity to their advantage.  They have found a way to turn their creativity into something useful and from which they could launch successful careers, businesses, and more.  They have embraced, honed and utilized their ADHD to create successful lives that use their talents.  Find ways to leverage your creativity, to develop, hone and use it.  Use this creativity to build a successful life.  Look at the big picture.  Use your capability to look at things in novel ways, to innovate, and invent new things. 

Discovering, developing and using strengths:  Focusing on strengths is the key to a successful and satisfying life as an adult with ADHD.  Focusing on our weaknesses and trying to remediate them is discouraging and ineffective.  Yes, there are some things we have to do that aren’t in our wheelhouse, but there should also be lots of things we do that utilize our strengths. 

Passions and Interests: Along with talents and strengths, successful adults have found subjects about which they are passionate and/or very interested.  That allows them to dive deep into the topics, hyperfocus on them, and become experts on them.  By combining these special interests and passions with their strengths, many have created niches that are perfect for them.

Compensating Productively: As adults with ADHD, we’ve learned to compensate (and often overcompensate), which can be exhausting, but also helped us get to where we are today.  It’s enabled us to get by, get things done, and live (and maybe thrive) in a world that doesn’t always seem designed for us.  Compensating is a must, but there are positive and negative ways to do so.  Successful adults with ADHD have figured out positive and productive ways to compensate. 

Perseverance: Many adults with ADHD have developed the art of perseverance.  They keep going.  They don’t stop.  They learn from their mistakes and find new ways of doing things.  Other words that go along with this are persistence, grit, tenacity, and determination. 

Resilience: This is something adults with ADHD have developed over the years.  Resilience is what makes us carry on and still believe we can do better.  It’s that ability to “bounce back” from setbacks, to get back up again after falling, to learn from mistakes, and to shake it off.  Resilience allows us to grow, and continue to take chances.

Emotional Stability: This involves managing our emotions even in tense, stressful, and frustrating situations.  It’s how we keep our cool and carry on even when we’re disappointed, sad, angry, stressed out, exhausted, or overwhelmed.  It’s remaining calm in stressful situations, being realistic, not overreacting or being hypersensitive.  It involves coping strategies, stress management, anger management, self-control, perspective, and resilience.  We can increase our emotional stability through practice.  It’s important not to suppress our feelings, but rather to express them in healthy ways.  Some ways to do this include writing our emotions down, and then coming back to them later to assess, analyze, and manage them. 

Social Systems and Support and Relationships: Many successful adults with ADHD have become good at creating solid social systems and building relationships with supportive people – in their personal lives, professionally and more.  They might have a partner (such as a spouse or friends) with complimentary skills, strengths, and characteristics, or hire service providers to do tasks that aren’t in their skillset.  In their career or business, they might outsource things they’re not good at, or hire an assistant or employees to take on those things.  They also spend time with people who inspire or motivate them.  These adults have developed self-awareness, and a good understanding of themselves and their strengths and limitations.  This way, they can focus on the things they do well, rather than spending so much extra time trying to do the things they know are weaknesses.

Goodness of Fit and Niche-Picking: Successful adults with ADHD have figured out what their strengths are and how to use them to fit into and/or create environments in which they thrive, rather than choosing a situation that regularly exposes their weaknesses.  Goodness of Fit means the actual fit of a career or job and how well the person’s talents, strengths, and skills work with that job, career or environment.  Niche-picking refers to the adults’ seeking out or creating such opportunities.  Many of them have chosen career paths that involve creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship. 

Get the Adult ADHD Successful Adult workbook and guide here

In upcoming posts, I will talk more in depth about each of these adult ADHD success traits.  Be sure to check back at www.EnrichmentSource.com and join my newsletter for updates.

You can also find helpful ADHD resources here.


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Research On Successful Adults with ADHD: Putting Success Skills to Work

Research On Successful Adults with ADHD: Putting Success Skills to Work

We can learn a lot from other adults with ADHD who have found great success!  There have been many research studies done over time that have found that such adults share several characteristics.  We can learn about these characteristics and then use them in our own lives to achieve our own versions of success. 

A great starting point for creating our own successful lives and fulfilling our potential is to consider potential outcomes, and to learn from the mistakes, and even more importantly, the successes of others.  Adults who have grown up with ADHD are a rich source from which to gather useful information. 

Lots of research has been done on successful adults with ADHD, and it has been found that these adults share many common characteristics.  These characteristics can be developed, learned, practiced, improved, and embraced.  We can work to develop these success skills and attributes and use them in our own lives.

Most adults still have many difficulties due to their ADHD, which further confirms that ADHD is a persistent problem that does not just “go away” with maturity.  However, many adults with ADHD have found tremendous success.  They have found ways to overcome and compensate for issues related to their ADHD, learn to live with it productively, and even in some cases, put it to use.  They demonstrate an assortment of shared qualities and use a variety of similar techniques, tools, and strategies.

While these adults range in age, gender, culture, ethnicity, religion, marital status and geographic location, they are all successful by most people’s standards.  They are happy, independent and thriving.  They have good interpersonal relationships, and work that they find satisfying, meaningful and that utilizes their strengths.  The definition of success varies greatly among individuals.  For many this means having a satisfying career, good, supportive relationships, independence and a sense of well-being.   

What contributes to these adults’ success?  Here are some of the common factors:

  • Control of their own life and being proactive
  • Desire to succeed
  • Self-awareness
  • Reframing the disability
  • Self-acceptance
  • Creativity
  • Discovering, developing and using strengths
  • Compensating productively
  • Perseverance
  • Resilience
  • Acquiring and honing life skills, success skills, tools, and techniques
  • Goal setting
  • Emotional stability
  • Goodness of fit
  • Niche-picking
  • Social systems and support

ADHD is a lifelong condition, or as I like to call it, journey.  Of course, that doesn’t have to be a bad thing.  In fact, it can be a good thing, even a great thing.  Many adults who had, and still have, ADHD are extremely successful.  They have overcome challenges, embraced who they are, found and developed what they’re good at, and created amazing careers and lives for themselves.   On the next several pages, you will find lot of information, tips, suggestions and worksheets for putting some of these characteristics/traits and others into practice.

Get the Adult ADHD Successful Adult workbook and guide here.  This workbook takes a look at the results of these studies and the characteristics shared by successful adults with ADHD, and provides exercises and worksheets to help you use these characteristics. 

Be sure to check back at www.EnrichmentSource.com for numerous posts related to ADHD in adults and kids, and join my newsletter for updates.

You can also find helpful ADHD resources here.


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The Key to Success as an Adult With ADHD: Developing and Using Your Strengths

The Key to Success as an Adult With ADHD: Developing and Using Your Strengths

One of the most crucial ways for people with ADHD to create a successful life is by using their strengths.  While this is true for pretty much everyone; it’s especially important to point out for people with ADHD because they have likely spent so much time being told what’s wrong with them, that they need to fix this or that and to fit into the neurotypical world.  Many people with ADHD have amazing talents and abilities that can be turned into strengths that can be turned into amazingly successful endeavors, careers, businesses, accomplishments, and lives.

Strengths are what you’re good at, they give you energy, and you love doing them.

I truly believe that focusing on strengths and is most important thing we can do!  I’m not the only one who believes this.  The research continually shows us this and lots of experts and professionals as well as successful adults with ADHD emphasize this point! 

We cannot be truly successful by only focusing on trying to improve our weaknesses.  Remediation isn’t fun or inspiring, and it hasn’t proven to be very effective.  It makes no sense to me to spend a lifetime trying to change who we are and be something/someone else.  It’s pointless to keep trying to fit into a box that just doesn’t fit. 

Doesn’t it make much more sense to work from strength, to use and build on our talent, to be ourselves and hone what gifts we have into the best we can be?  To me, success as a person with ADHD is all about strengths – discovering, developing, honing, harnessing, and using them.

So, what are strengths?  They are what we are good at, and get better and better at over time.  Strengths originate with our talents, or innate abilities or aptitudes.

Strengths derive from talents combined with knowledge and practice.  Talents are those things that come naturally to you, that are innate abilities.  You add knowledge to those (learn more and more about topics related to them), and practice them, and you develop strengths.  You continue to develop and hone your strengths over time.

Talent + Knowledge + Practice = Strength

It is important to focus on and build upon our strengths.  Using strengths builds confidence and can helps us overcome challenges created by weaknesses.  Yes, it’s still important to develop and implement strategies to overcome, improve upon, and sometimes, remediate our challenges and weaknesses.  However, I don’t believe that this should be the only or primary focus.  We’ve spent too many years hearing about, focusing on, and dwelling on, and trying to fix, mask, or make up for our weaknesses.  It’s time we start shining the light on our strengths!

Focusing on strengths makes a person feel better about themselves.  It improves self-esteem, self-concept, motivation, and performance.  It sets them up for success!  Strengths can also be used to accommodate or compensate for weaknesses, and can be the basis for a successful career and life. 

We can discover our talents and strengths through self-discovery, self-assessment, and ongoing self-awareness.  Our strengths can be used to reach our potential.

Get this workbook and guide to help you tap and discover talents, develop strengths, and use your strengths to create a successfull life:

ADHD Strengths Workbook

Or, get it with a bundle of ADHD Adult Success Workbooks

See more ADHD resources here.

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Tools for Making Positive Changes in Your Life

Tools for Making Positive Changes in Your Life

Helpful Resources for Adults

If you’re an adult who is thinking about making some kind of important change, a great place to start is to write it out!  Whether you want to make a career change, or some other big life change, or to get your life on track, or get organized, or start a business, or anything really, you need to get clear on what it is you want.  Take some time to explore your thoughts and feelings about it, understand your intentions and desires, and map out your plan.

Enrichment Source has some printable resources to help adults make changes in different areas of life.  These journals, workbooks, and planners were designed to guide you in thinking about and planning the changes you want to make in your life, whatever they might be.

Here is an overview:

Adult Life Change Planner Guide

Order here.

Is there something in your life that you want to change?  Something that’s holding you back?  Are you stuck?  In a rut?  Not sure what to do, or where to start? 

Sometimes, the best place to start is to just write it out.  Writing (journaling) is very helpful, as it gives us a way to organize our thoughts, to get them out of our heads and on paper to be able to see it.  The very act of writing it out can be therapeutic, a release, a relief.  It allows us to see the problems (giving it a new, visual, physical perspective), and an outlet to unburden your mind by getting it out, while also capturing it, so you can then do something with it, about it.

I becomes clearer, more tangible, easier to manipulate (or work with). rather than just ruminating, rehashing, replaying it in your head over and over.  It’s pro-active, a starting point for change, a launching pad for letting it go, and a foundation, on which to build better things.

Included in this packet:

  • Pages with questions for reflecting on your life, what’s right, what you want to change, etc.
  • Exploring problems, challenges, and things you want to change
  • Exploring solutions
  • Setting and achieving goals
  • Yearly and monthly calendar pages
  • Weekly and daily planner pages
  • Self-care
  • Stress tracker
  • Journal page
  • Notes page

Career Change Planner

Order here.

If you’re looking to change jobs or careers, this planner, workbook and guide will help you explore your thoughts and feelings and to develop a plan to move forward.  With targeted thought-provoking questions, it leads you through various aspects of self-awareness and exploration, how your job/career is fulfilling or not, if a big change is what you want, and how to find the right job/career for you!

Business Planning Workbook

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Are you thinking about starting a business, or have you recently started one?  It’s a good idea to really examine your business idea and plan it out as much as possible before launching it.  You need to know who your market is and why they need and want your product or service, how your product or service solves a problem for them, why they will buy it, how your business is different and better than others out there, why you want to start it, how you’re going to structure it, finance it, sustain it, and more.

This is a helpful guide for planning and working out your business idea.  It provides questions and prompts to get you thinking about different aspects of your business.  It helps you to figure out what business you want to start and how to go about it, what you need to do in order to start your business, and more.

Guided Visualization Journal and Planner

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This journal and planner is another helpful tool for guiding you through self-discovery and self-awareness. 

Adult ADHD Life Planner

Order here.

This packet will help you create one big binder that holds all the important information needed for adult life!  When you’re not sure about something, need a reference or reminder, consult your Life Planner Binder!  It will help to keep you on track.  Make sure to take the time to set up your binder, and to update and add to it regularly.

In this packet, I’ve included a list of some of the many tasks that many adults might have (of course, this won’t be the same for everyone; add to and/or delete items as needed).  It includes things many of us don’t really think about, or that we might not think of in time.  I created this list over a long period of time, as a reference for myself.  At lot of it comes from gathering information from some very organized people I know, as well as from extensive research, personal experience, and trying out several strategies to see what’s most effective for me.

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Increase Your Positive Thinking

Increase Your Positive Thinking

Positive thinking is an important ingredient in success for everyone.  It is a building block for achievement, motivation, self-esteem, resilience, social competence, and much more.

One of the American Psychological Association’s “10 Ways to Build Resilience” involves maintaining a hopeful outlook and expecting good things.  A person who thinks positively is more likely to keep trying and to find a way to succeed, despite obstacles, than someone with a negative attitude.  That goes for individuals with and without disabilities.  Like the popular saying goes, “if you believe it, you can achieve it.”  Believing in oneself requires positive thinking.  For many, positive thinking takes practice.

Enrichment Source has several resources that enhance positive thinking.

Positive Thinking Workbook

This packet includes worksheets, activities, flash cards, and other resources that can be used in therapy, individual and group counseling, social skills groups, classrooms, at home, and more.  They can be used with children, adolescents, and adults. 

These resources provide opportunities to start looking at the world from a positive perspective, build hope, foster resilience, see possibilities, find solutions, develop problem-solving skills, deal effectively with challenges and persevere.  They are tools for building positive automatic thought processes that can be built upon well into the future.

 Psychological Foundations

These resources are based on and incorporate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques, including Cognitive Reframing or Restructuring (changing the meaning one has assigned to a circumstance – weaknesses/problems as opportunities; learning how to think differently; changing “faulty thinking” and replacing it with more rational, realistic and more positive thinking; learning to stop negative thought processes and replacing negative thoughts with more positive self-talk).  Aaron Beck’s theory states that depressed people think the way they do because their thinking is biased toward negative interpretations.  These resources aim to challenge and prevent this kind of thinking, and help establish a positive thinking habit that can be built upon for a bright and successful future.

Get the Positive Thinking Workbook and Journal

Other Positive Thinking Resources:

Positive Words Fun Sheet -- FREE

Positive Thinking Flash Cards

Positive Messages Printable Dice/Cubes

Positive Messages Mini Flash Cards

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fun creative helpful adhd resources

ADHD Resources for Kids, Teens and Adults

Enrichment Source offer several ADHD resources, all of which are well researched and are created by a school psychologist and ADHD specialist, who also has ADHD.  Browse Enrichment Source’s to find unique, creative, enriching and empowering ADHD resources, including the ADHD Student Planner, ADHD Information Packet, Adult ADHD Life Planner, and more.

Visit Enrichment Source’s ADHD Center, and shop ADHD Resources

Here’s an overview of Enrichment Source’s ADHD resources so far (there are many more to come):

Student ADHD Planner and Organizer

This 21-page Printable ADHD Planner Organizer is a great resource for students with ADD/ADHD or any student.  It helps kids and teen to focus, organize, plan, and stay on track, and includes yearly, monthly, weekly, daily planner pages, class schedule, project planner and tracker, journal and notes pages, goal setting pages, and more!

Included in this bundle:

  • Year at a Glance Page
  • Monthly Planner Page (write in month and date, print one out for each month)
  • Weekly Planner Page
  • Daily Planner Page
  • Class Schedule
  • Upcoming Projects
  • Project Planner
  • Journal Pages
  • Notes Pages
  • Goal Setting. Planning, Tracking Pages
  • Random Thoughts Pages (to record otherwise distracting thoughts)
  • Self-Awareness “About Me” Page
  • Tips for Tasks, Breaks, Rewards, Learning, and Coping Strategies

Order the digital download, printable Student ADHD Planner and Organizer here.

ADHD Information Packet

This 35-page digital download/printable ADHD Informational Packet includes information for parents, teachers, counselors, and more, tips and suggestions to use with children with ADHD, research on adults with ADHD, tips for developing success skills and characteristics in kids, worksheets, and more. 

This resource and learning tool is based on extensive research and is packed with valuable information about ADHD, useful suggestions and advice on helping kids with ADHD, and beneficial worksheets, exercises and activities. 

Order the digital download, printable ADHD Information Packet here.

ADHD Planner and Information Bundle

Get the above two packages (ADHD Planner and Information Package) together and save!

Order the digital download, printable ADHD Planner and Information Packet Complete Bundle here.

ADHD Reminder and Encouragement Cards

The packet of ADHD on-task reminder and encouragement cards package consists of 60 digital downloadable, printable flash cards with reminders to stay focused and on-task.  These are perfect for kids, teens and adults with ADHD or who might struggle to stay on task. These helpful reminder cards are great little incentives to keep going!  They can be used with kids, teens, and even adults. 

They include positive messages, motivation, that little extra push we all need from time to time. 

There are 60 cards, each with its own message.  While these cards are geared toward people with ADHD, they can be used with anyone.

When you, or your child or student, are/is starting to feel restless, distracted, unmotivated, or losing interest, pick a card, or give them a Focus Card as a reminder or incentive to keep going, take a break, and so on!

Print these pages out, cut out the cards, and use them as needed.  You might want to place them in a bowl, jar, box, etc., near the person who is working.  Or, for teachers, you might want to hand them out to students in a classroom setting.

Order the ADHD Reminder and Encouragement Cards here.

Organize It! The Organization Game

Organize It! is a fun printable sorting and categorizing game for children to strengthen executive functioning skills (planning, focus, organization, and more).  It’s also a great social skills, counseling, classroom, or at-home activity, for kids with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or anyone that can use some practice with organization.

The game includes 10 containers to organize: backpack, bathtub, beach bag, closet, fish tank, salad bowl, tool kit, toy box, trash can, and recycling bin.  Five items go into each container (there are a total of 50 items to sort).  Mix all the items up and spread them out on a table.  Then, players must clean up the “messy room” and put things away where they belong.

Order the digital download, printable Organize It! game here.

Fun, Colorful FREE ADHD Sign and Wall Art

Get a Free digital download, printable ADHD colorful sign, wall art, PDF.  Just add it to your card checkout (you won't be charged) and it's yours!  Download it, print it out and use it as you wish.  You might want to frame and display it, use it as a binder cover, etc.  This printable PDF prints out to be 8.5 x 11", with some white space, so you can trim it as needed.  Print it out on cardstock on a color printer (or have it printed at a copy center.

Order the Free digital download, printable ADHD Sign/Wall Art here.

Adult ADHD Life Planner

This complete, thorough, all-inclusive Adult ADHD Life Planner, Organizer Bundle is perfect for keeping track of all the tasks, to-do’s and responsibilities of adult life! 

This 74-page downloadable, printable PDF includes valuable information and resources for adults with ADHD and others who want to be more organized.

It includes:

  • Binder Covers and Spines(3 colors)
  • Year at a Glance Page
  • Monthly Planner Pages
  • Weekly Planner Pages
  • Daily Planner Page
  • Organization Tips
  • Adult Tasks and Activities
  • Checklists
  • Worksheets
  • Planning Prompts
  • Upcoming Projects
  • Project Planner
  • Journal Pages
  • Notes Pages
  • Goal Pages
  • Brain Dump
  • Coping and Rewards
  • Focusing Tips
  • More!

The packet includes complete instructions and suggestions for using it and putting everything together.  Just download the packet, look through it and decide which pages you want to use (you can use all or any that are most helpful to you), and print them out!  While the pages look best printed on a color printer (if you don’t have one, you can have them printed at a copy shop), but they don’t have to be.  Hole punch and keep the pages (in whatever order you want) in a three-ring binder.  Use tabbed dividers to separate sections.  Plastic sleeves are also helpful for holding other related materials.

Order the digital download, printable Adult ADHD Life Planner here.

Here are a few things in the works and that will be released soon:

  • Adult ADHD Success Guide and Workbook
  • Customized ADHD Action Plans
  • ADHD Coaching Packages
  • More!

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Helping Kids with Anxiety

Helping Kids with Anxiety

Anxiety is a natural feeling or response that most people experience sometimes.  We might become anxious (or have anxiety) before a big test, performance, or presentation.  In fact, a little bit of anxiety in these kinds of situations can actually help us out, kind of “waking us up,” making us more alert and focused.  Then we can take on that test or other challenge.  Afterwards, the anxiety usually goes away.

However, sometimes we can have anxiety when we really don’t need to, or when there’s no real threat.  There are also times when someone’s anxiety is too intense and overbearing.  They have “too much” anxiety, and it’s not helpful.  It can get in the way of doing what they want or need to do. 

Instead of helping us focus on doing well on a test, anxiety can cause someone so not be able to concentrate, therefore it might make them do poorly on the test.  In situations like this, anxiety is problematic and counterproductive and overwhelming.  With anxiety, a little bit goes a long way!  It’s helpful to learn how to manage anxiety so it doesn’t take over. 

What Is Anxiety?

Anxiety is defined as the mind and body’s natural reaction/response to stressful, dangerous, or unfamiliar situations.  It is an emotion, feeling, or bodily response, that most people might experience from time to time.  It becomes a problem, or a disorder, when it takes over and is experienced regularly to a very high degree.  The American Psychological Association (APA) defines anxiety as “an emotion characterized by feelings of tension, worried thoughts and physical changes.”  Excessive anxiety can lead to many other problems. 

What Anxiety Can Feel Like:

Anxiety can include feelings of fear, uneasiness, distress, discomfort, dread, excessive worry, nervousness, or restlessness.  You might be tense, shaky, jittery, unfocused, or have sweaty palms, or feel like your heart is racing.  You may feel threatened.  You may feel apprehension about what’s to come.  Many people experience anxiety in different ways.

When Anxiety Can Be a Problem

Ordinary anxiety is a feeling that comes and goes here and there, but doesn’t take over.  It doesn’t get in the way of everyday life.  With problematic anxiety, the fear can take over and make you afraid to do everyday things, even things you usually enjoy. 

Here are Some Ways to Deal with Anxiety

When anxiety becomes much too intense and frequent than ordinary anxiety for a very long time (6 months or more) it can become an Anxiety Disorder.  In these cases, feelings of anxiety are extreme, affect emotions and behavior, interfere with life, and can lead to avoiding various situations.  In these cases, it is important to seek help.  Encourage kids to talk to their parents, and see a medical professional.  In fact, it’s a good idea to talk to someone any time you have more than just the regular “a little nervous before a test” anxiety.

The first step in managing anxiety is recognizing it.  Next, there are several strategies for dealing with anxiety and worries.  Here are some suggestions to share with kids and teens.

  • Get support. Talk to someone you can trust.  This might be your parent/s, another supportive relative, a teacher, counselor or other school personnel, or a therapist.
  • Get Help. If anxiety is a big problem for you, seek therapy.
  • Learn about anxiety. Learn as much about anxiety as you can.  Also, learn about your own anxiety, how if affects you, your triggers, symptoms, etc.
  • Increase Self-Awareness. Work on becoming more self-aware.  The more you know about yourself, your thoughts, feelings, likes, dislikes, strengths, weaknesses, and so on, the better.
  • Journal. Journaling is a great way to explore, express, and understand your thoughts and feelings, to become more self-aware, and to make positive changes.  Keep a journal, or a few journals focused on different purposes (such as, a worry journal, a positivity journal, a gratitude journal, a general journal, and so on). 
  • Develop Problem-Solving Skills.
  • Develop Coping Skills.
  • Be Proactive.
  • Others: be positive; practice gratitude; do something you enjoy; do something kind for someone else; continue to work on anxiety management.

In addition to being aware of and understanding your anxiety, and once you recognize what’s causing or triggering your anxiety, work to minimize, resolve, reduce, manage, and lesson it.  Is what’s causing your anxiety or worry a problem that can be solved?  If so, brainstorm some ways you can solve it.  Is what’s causing your anxiety something you cannot solve, something out of your control?  If so, come up with ways you can cope with it.

Problem Solving

Sometimes our anxiety and worries come from problems that can be solved.  When analyzing your anxiety/worry causes and triggers, determine if they are problems that you can solve (either on your own or with some help), and come up with a plan to solve them.  The problem might have a simple solution or it might involve some or several steps.  In any case, devise a plan, set goals, and work toward them.  It may take a long time to solve, but just knowing that you’re taking action is a great step in the right direction.

Coping Skills

Sometimes, anxiety and worry come from things we can’t solve or change (at least not at that moment).  They might be things not in our control.  In these cases, using good coping skills or strategies is very effective.  What does cope mean?  To deal with something.  Change your reaction or response to it.  On the following page, you will find several suggestions for coping skills/strategies. 


Keep a worry journal.  Give yourself 10 minutes to “dump” all your worries and problems into the journal.  When the 10 minutes is up, switch your focus to being proactive.  Brainstorm ways you can solve and/or cope with each problem.  See the worry journal page in this packet.

The Anxiety and Worry Workbook is a helpful resource to help kids deal with anxiety and worries. 

This workbook, journal, planner is intended to help kids, teens, and young adults recognize, learn about, understand, and manage anxiety and worries.  It includes information, tips and suggestions, worksheets, and strategies that can be used at home, school, or in therapeutic settings.  It can be used on its own by anyone who has worries or anxiety, and also makes a useful tool or supplement for therapy, counseling, and mental health treatments and programs.

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Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Resources for Educators

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is a hot topic in education right now.  It is said that SEL needs to come first – before academics.  Here are some worksheets to help students learn about and practice the concepts of SEL. 

What is SEL?

 Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is an important aspect of education, and needs to take place with or before other types of learning.  Students learn best when they are in a safe, supportive environment …

SEL has been defined as an ongoing process of gaining self-awareness, connecting and getting along with others, developing self-control, emotional control, communication skills, problem-solving skills, making good decision, and setting and achieving goals.  All of these skills contribute to school, work, and life success, and they make learning more meaningful and engaging.  SEL benefits students academically and socially.

The benefits of SEL include the following:

  • Increases prosocial behaviors
  • Enhances relationships
  • Improves social skills
  • Improves conflict resolution
  • Improves communication
  • Increase feelings of connection to school
  • Reduces depression
  • Reduces stress
  • Improves self-esteem
  • Improves decision-making
  • Helps with managing daily challenges
  • Improves anger management
  • Improves coping skills
  • Helps to regulate emotions
  • Increases empathy
  • And more

Components of SEL

  • Self-Awareness
  • Self-Management
  • Relationship Skills
  • Social Awareness
  • Responsible Decision-Making


Self-awareness is the ability to notice your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.  It’s about being honest with yourself.  It is seeking to understand all aspects of yourself.  It involves looking at connections and patterns in your own thoughts and behaviors over time.  It can include looking at what situations tend to make us react in certain ways.  With that, we can begin to understand why we might do certain things, which sets us on a better path to healing.  It lets us change what we want to change, improve upon other things, and develop strengths and skills out of talents, attributes, and interests.


This involves regulating your behavior and your thoughts and emotions.  It includes impulse-control, self-control, anger management, taking responsibility for your actions, managing stress, and using coping skills.  It can also include goal-setting and achieving, behavior monitoring, and self-reinforcement. 

Relationship Skills

This involves how we get along with other people.  It is connecting with and cooperating with others, working together, and supporting each other.  It involves communication, conflict resolution, social skills, listening, respecting others, and being a good friend.

Social Awareness

This is about being aware of your surroundings and social circumstances and being mindful of the perspectives of others.  It involves understanding others’ point of view, being understanding, and having empathy.  It includes seeing how our actions impact others, respecting cultural differences, and being ethical.

Responsible Decision Making

This involves making good choices, doing the right thing, and being responsible.  It includes problem-solving, weighing the options, thinking about consequences, planning and looking ahead, and setting and achieving goals.

Get the Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Worksheet packet here! 

Also, get the Mental Health Check-in Packet here!

It includes worksheets related to each of the SEL Components.  These worksheets help students learn about and practice using  SEL concepts.  They can be a helpful and useful addition to SEL programs and practices.

These worksheets make a great addition to any SEL program, lesson, discussion, session, or activity.  They can be used by teachers in the classroom, to supplement lessons and to facilitate conversations and practice of pro-social skills, by counselors, psychologists, and other mental health specialists with students or clients, individually or in groups, or by anyone who works with children and is interested in promoting SEL concepts.


Lori Granieri is a School Psychologist, Writer, and Owner of Enrichment Source: Creative Resources for Life Improvement.  Find out more at www.enrichmentsource.com and follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok @enrichmentsource

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Why You Should Buy Digital Downloads and Printables

Why You Should Buy Digital Downloads and Printables

Digital downloads and printables have many advantages and benefits.  They can be valuable sources of information and education, as well as tools for change, productivity, self-improvement, learning, skill building, organization, and more.

The value of digital downloads and printables comes from the experience, knowledge, training, background, perspective and expertise of the person or people that create them, as well as the research, time and creativity put into to making them and the information, skills, and other assets you will gain from them.

Plus, digital downloads and printables are easy-to-use, instant and convenient.  You can get them and use them right away, right when you need them.  They’re evergreen.  You can use them again and again.  They’re easy to find.  You can do a quick search and find exactly what you’re looking for.  They’re more affordable to use than buying pre-printed materials.  Using digital downloads and printables saves you time and money.

Types of Digital Downlands and Printables

There are many types of digital downloads and printables available, and can serve so many purposes.  They can come in the form of any of the following: planners, worksheets, workbooks, flash cards, info sheets, ebooks, lesson plans, templates, graphics, photos, wall art, greeting cards, invitations, stationery, party supplies, business plans, checklists, trackers, to-do lists, and so many more!

How Digital Downloads and Printables Help You

Depending on the types digital downloads and printables you purchase, you can use them for so many things.  Some of their uses include: to supplement your lesson plan, curriculum, business offerings, or your practice; or, to enhance your teachings, clinic, company, life, education, entertainment, etc.  You can use them to learn something new, to teach something to someone, to engage your students, clients, customers, or audience, to gather information, to give information, to get organized, to plan something, to engage someone, to communicate, and many, many more.

Enrichment Source Digital Downloads and Printables

The digital downloads and printables at Enrichment Source are all created by School Psychologist and Writer Lori Granieri, and are based on research, experience, and passion for life betterment topics, infused with creativity, and a unique perspective,.

Lori has a uniquely combined background makes for richly valuable content and resources.  In addition to being a School Psychologist, she has been a writer for decades, and previously worked as a journalist, staff writer, copywriter, freelance writer, PR and marketing writer and consultant, and business owner.  She is a published author and children’s game creator, and a mom.  Lori is passionate about studying, researching, learning about, and helping those with ADHD (having it herself) and learning disabilities, and about writing, learning, researching, and creating. 

Whether you are a teacher, school counselor, school psychologist or other educator, or a therapist, clinician or mental health professional, a business owner, a parent, or an individual interested in self-improvement, you’ll find numerous valuable digital downloads and printables here.  Feel free to browse Enrichment Source’s collection. 

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Self-Awareness is So Important for Everything We Do

Self-Awareness is So Important for Everything We Do

Whenever we decide to make a change, engage in self-improvement, break a bad habit and adopt a new healthy habit, set a goal, strive for success, make something better, learn, grow, be a good leader, or do so many things in life, the best place to start is with self-awareness.


I’m sure you’ve heard the term.  But what is it exactly? 

Self + awareness = knowing yourself

Self-awareness is the ability to notice your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, to really see yourself clearly and objectively, to really really look at yourself.  It’s about being honest with yourself.  It is seeking to understand all aspects of yourself.

Self-awareness involves looking at connections and patterns in your own thoughts and behaviors over time, and what things may lead to other things.  It can include looking at what situations tend to make us react in certain ways.  With that, we can begin to understand why we might do certain things, which sets us on a better path to healing.  It lets us change what we want to change, improve upon other things, and develop strengths and skills out of talents, attributes, and interests.

Self-Awareness Defined:

Self-awareness can be defined as the ability to monitor our inner and external world; having a deep understanding of yourself, your values, strengths, weaknesses, habits, why you do the things you do, think the things you think, feel the way you feel.

It is an ongoing process.  It’s a journey of self-discovery, introspection and reflection that leads to better insight (which is a deeper level of self-awareness, knowledge and understanding), and self-acceptance.

Being self-aware allows us to be honest with ourselves and others, to be our authentic selves, to change, learn, and grow and to become and achieve what we want.

Self-awareness is an essential component of therapy and counseling, and any program or pursuit that involves improving ourselves and our lives.  Without self-awareness, how can we change and grow?  If we aren’t aware of our current situation, how can we change it?  How can we make it better?  If we don’t know where we are now and where we’ve been, how can we know where we’re going?  We need to know our starting point.  We need to know what we’re working with. 

Self-Awareness Outcomes:

  • Self-improvement, growth, and change for the better
  • Self-acceptance
  • Authenticity
  • Comfort in our own skin
  • Tendency to find meaning in things
  • Ability to approach obstacles and problems differently than previously
  • Ability to learn from mistakes and not keep making the same ones
  • Finding meaningfulness
  • Breaking bag habits and developing healthy ones
  • Greater confidence and self-efficacy
  • Creativity
  • Better communication and relationships with others
  • Increased productivity and effectiveness
  • Greater success

How do we become more self-aware?  There are several ways. 

These include activities that prompt and encourage us to reflect on our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, and may involve journaling, meditation, and taking quizzes and tests on our personality, aptitudes, interests and so on.

Download this FREE page with self-awareness suggestions here.

For a complete, amazingly valuable 42-page printable Self-Awareness Workbook for kids, teens, and adults, Shop Here.  It’s perfect for use in the therapeutic setting, such as in counseling and other programs, as well as in the classroom, at-home, and so on. 

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