STUCK in a Vicious Cycle of FAILURE?? [VLOG]

Parents, Is your child is stuck in a vicious cycle of failure? Are they failing a class, several classes? Failing to keep their backpack organized? Failing to turn in their work? Failing to brush their teeth most nights? Failing to "launch" in general? In this week's Vlog, I summarize three of the most powerful take-aways that I got from Michael Delman M Ed. in his workshop where he shares the stories and tools from his new book - Your Kid's Gonna Be OK: A Guide to Raising a Competent and Confident Child. Michael is a seasoned Executive Function coach, Author, and CEO of Beyond BookSmart, an executive skills coaching company that's based on the Transtheoretical Model (TTM), also known as t

UTLA Teachers on Strike Share their Stories [Vlog]

INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPTS #1 Elementary School Teacher | Dolores Huerta Elementary ME: I just thought for the longest time that education was broken. And I grew up in the city and I grew up gong to public schools and I'm so excited that for the first time in my lifetime - in 30 years, that's how old I am - there's a huge strike and there's action. You're wearing a Superman cape, and I'm looking for people to talk to TEACHER: That's right, well, first of all let me clarify that. Education is not broken. What is broken is the systemic practices of LAUSD. In education we are doing everything that is in our hands to move forward our children, our students. We’re trying to set an equal platform so t

Reclaim your brain to STOP YELLING [VLOG]

Elaine Taylor-Klaus is a certified coach, author, and co-Founder of Impact ADHD, and co-creator of Sanity School. This week she hosted a workshop called "Why are you yelling? Taming the Triggers and Turning the Family Volume Way Down." In this Vlog, I walk you through her four step process for taming your triggers and explain why and how it works to radically shift the energy in your home. Here are the four steps: 1. Recognize the threat 2. Reclaim your brain 3. Choose a perspective 4. Re-direct your action This process is sure to give you at least one 'AHA' moment! PS. One of the tips Elaine shared really stuck with me, it was so fascinating, so simple, and SO so powerful. Check out the

Parents, how to REFLECT at the end of the year [VLOG]

Parents, It's the last day of the year and the perfect time to reflect back on 2018 before you sweep it (and the confetti) under the rug. I highly encourage you to take 20-30 minutes in the next couple of days (and throughout the year!) to practice this super-critical skill of reflection. When you can reflect on the past and develop your self-awareness, you can recognize your patterns and navigate the complexities of parenting a child with ADHD or Executive Functioning challenges more mindfully every single day. Grab your journal, your co-parent, or a good friend and follow along with the notes below as I guide you through two different year-end reflections. How to REFLECT using a 1-5 point

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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