Your Greatest Legacy [Poem]

If you want your children to succeed, show them how to fail. If you want them to be happy, show them how to be sad. If you want them to be healthy, show them how to be sick. If you want them to have much, show them how to enjoy little. Parents who hide failure, deny loss, and berate themselves for weakness, have nothing to teach their children. But parents who reveal themselves, in all of their humanness, become heroes. For children look to these parents and learn to love themselves. Parenting need not be a burden, one more thing you have to do and don't do well enough. Instead consider your failures, your sorrows, your illnesses, and your difficulties as your primary teaching opportunities.

Advocate, Advocate, Advocate! [Vlog]

In this Vlog I answer two questions I received from our CHADD Parent group: 1. How should I support my daughter in a school setting with dealing w/ teachers who don't understand her? 2. How would you engage with teachers or staff at school to work with your kid? If your child has ever said, "That teacher hates me," or "She's super strict and not fair," or, "I swear I turned in those missing assignments," then this video is full of tips that will help you, your child, and their teacher to get on the same page. VLOG NOTES: One of the main skills I work with my students on is self-advocacy. Developing skill and the habit of asking for what they need, and asking the adults around them for help i

Hi! I'm Yulia,


Executive Function Coach for individuals and families based in Los Angeles, CA. 

I am  a passionate advocate for misunderstood kids, because I was one too! 


Having grown up with undiagnosed ADHD & Anxiety, I can relate deeply to the children and families I serve. 

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