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Jessica Koehler Ph.D.
How can we drive our creative processes?
Can you unlock your creativity by relaxing?
Can you alter your perception to encourage creative thought?
What should learning look like to prepare our children for the future world? Should creativity be the sole focus?
Is your child's lack of motivation worrying you?
Thinking about the diagnosis of a psychological disorder as a dichotomy—that is, the presence or absence of disorder—seems logical. But is it accurate?
Should I be worried if my child has an imaginary friend?
Are you struggling to understand your highly sensitive child?
Why do I always think I am right?
Do family vacations cause family stress?
What choice do you have if traditional school isn't the right fit for your child?
Do you struggle to understand how your kids have such different personalities?
Will coffee really make me live longer?
Does helping your homeschooler learn challenging material stress you out?
Jessica Koehler has a Ph.D. in school psychology from the University of Maryland, where her research focused on school-based prevention, collaborative school teams, and teacher efficacy.