Kevin J. Roberts

My name is Kevin J. Roberts, and I've made it my focus to transform lives for the better. Whether it's through ADHD or academic support, cyber addiction coaching, public speaking engagements and seminars, or my numerous books and articles, I help my clients unlock their inherent potential to change the world.

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Violent Video Games: Not The Problem

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See Kevin interviewed by Teen TV News:  Videogame Addiction interview We live in a world where information, especially of a highly negative and disturbing variety, inundates and overwhelms us every day.  Most of us struggle to integrate the information, let alone have time to understand and fully process it.  I remember during the Sandy Hook… Read more

I Know What To Do, But I Don’t Do It

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This post is inspired by Russell Barkley’s contention that the problem with ADHD is not one of information.  ADHD people know what to do, Barkley has so often contended, but they don’t do what they know.  This certainly rings true in my life.  After all, I am a published author and speak about ADHD all… Read more

11 Tornadoes in One Month!

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“Phil, he had 11 tornadoes for the month of April,” Becca told her husband.  Phil had no idea what she was talking about.  “What, are they studying the weather?” Phil asked.  “No,” Becca fired back, her face snarled.  “The teacher has a chart at the front of the room with every child’s name on it.  They get a daily… Read more

Training Your Dragons

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We have just finished Day 1 of our Training Your Dragons Camp for ADHD boys (7-11).  The camp is rooted in scientific data that suggest that frequent rewarding of target behaviors in ADHD children produces significant, behavior-changing outcomes.  There is one staff member for every two campers.  Each staff member monitors the two boys under… Read more

ADHD, Substance Abuse, and Impulsivity

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A  recent study from the journal Nature Neuroscience suggests that teens who struggle with substance abuse and those with ADHD have somewhat different cerebral profiles, specifically in terms of impulsivity, a feature of both conditions. Both groups exhibit impulsivity, but that trait appears to derive from different areas of the brain. Among the teens who had tried… Read more