About: Debra Burdick
Debra Burdick, LCSW, BCN, also known as ‘The Brain Lady’, is an international expert on ADHD and Mindfulness. She is an award-winning, #1 best-selling author of: Mindfulness Skills Workbook, Mindfulness Skills for Kids and Teens, ADHD: Non-Medication Treatments and Skills for Children and Teens and Mindfulness for Teens with ADHD. She is an international speaker and retired psychotherapist and neurotherapist, who has been helping all ages thrive for over 30 years.
Recent Posts by Debra Burdick
Do you experience performance anxiety? Does your anxiety increase when you are on the spot such as when you are speaking, taking a test, or giving a presentation or a performance? Do you sweat, tremble, get a dry mouth, or feel nauseas? Does your heart race? Then you may have performance anxiety. Use the checklist(read more)
Written on July 10, 2017 at 12:06 pm
Categories: Anxiety, Business/Workplace, Fear, Mindfulness, Peak Performance, Stress, Success
Tags: anxiety, fear of public speaking, Mindfulness, Performance anxiety, stress, stress at work, success at work, test anxiety
Get focused, the mindful way! In Mindfulness for Teens with ADHD, Debra Burdick, an award-winning, #1 best-selling author and clinical social worker offers powerful skills based in mindfulness and neuroscience to help teens succeed in all areas of life—at home, in school, with friends, and beyond! As if being a teen wasn’t tough enough, attention(read more)
I am sooo excited and delighted that my book, ADHD: Non-medication Treatments & Skills for Children and Teens won the GOLD award in psychology in the 29th annual Benjamin Franklin awards. Over 150 librarians, booksellers, and design and editorial experts – most of whom have decades of book industry experience – judge the books submitted(read more)
Written on April 17, 2017 at 2:47 pm
Categories: ADHD, Articles, Mindfulness, Neurofeedback, Parenting, Products, Psychotherapy, Self Regulation, Sleep
Tags: ADHD, ADHD and sleep, adhd treatment, concentration, How to fall asleep, Mindfulness, neurofeedback, Sleep
As I have been studying and practicing mindfulness over the past 30 years I have learned to ask myself this one important question: What am I practicing? Am I practicing feeling stressed-out, anxious, depressed, overwhelmed, discouraged or perhaps something more pleasant? More often than I would like to admit, the answer is yes, I am(read more)
Written on March 20, 2017 at 8:00 am
Everywhere you look today you see evidence of rapidly advancing technology. This, the digital era, has seen an explosion of smartphones, tablets, wearable monitoring devices and on-going research into numerous ways to enhance our capability as humans. As I’ve discussed in previous blog posts, many if not most of us and our children have unwittingly(read more)
Recent Comments by Debra Burdick
- July 27, 2017 on ADHD Mom: I Am Embarrassed to Admit That I Yelled at My Daughter.
- July 18, 2017 on How I Stayed Calm at the Dentist – Mindfulness Works
- July 18, 2017 on How I averted claustrophobia during an MRI exam. Mindfulness skills saved the day!
- January 23, 2017 on Is Your Child or Teen Addicted to “Screens”?
- January 3, 2017 on ADHD, Depression, Anxiety? Or Is It Lyme Disease?