Parent Workshop: Executive Function; You Are Your Child’s Frontal Lobe

Presented by Crista Hopp, M.A.

Do you feel like you spend a great deal of time keeping track of their to dos, reminding them of deadlines and worrying about how they will manage into adulthood?

Does your child struggle at home and at school with things like:

  • Never being able to leave on time
  • Misplacing shoes/backpacks/sports equipment
  • Completing homework, but leaving it at home or forgetting to turn it in
  • Losing papers and notes
  • Starting projects, but have trouble finishing them

If you identified with these examples, it is likely your child has deficits in the area of executive functioning. Change doesn’t happen over night, but with a foundation of tips and strategies for home and school, you can assist your child in being independent and successful.

Join us for this hour-long workshop with an expert in EF coaching to give you a better understanding of executive function and the role it plays in your child’s life.

Due to demand, we are adding an additional workshop session. This workshop will take place in our Fairfax office on both Saturday 5/21 (now full) and Saturday 6/4 from 10am-11am. Space is limited to 20 attendees and the cost is $15 per person.


Crista Hopp is a graduate of JST Coaching in Coaching Children with ADHD and Coaching Teens and College Students with ADHD. She was the research coordinator for the Prematurity’s Effects on Toddlers, Infants, and Teens Study, known as PETIT. She possesses a diverse background in counseling individuals with and without disabilities, neuropsychological assessment, and coaching.